Lick of the week no. 27 - Robben Ford Style Blues in C

Hi everyone.

It's been a while I haven't done a lick of the week. Here we have a nice blues Robben Ford Style lick in the key of C which you can use in any 12 bar blues.

Have fun.

Lick of the week no. 26 - Dorian Outside Funk

Go outside the pentatonic box and create your own landscape. Just dont be gone too long! This lick starts with a taste of B Dorian mode, then employs some chromaticisms to liven up some minor pentatonics in the upper register. It concludes with an outside sounding arpeggio sequence that lands on the root note.

Lick of the week no. 25 - Ride 'n' Run

Hi and welcome to my 1st Lick of the Week. This lick is taken from the song called “Ride 'n Run”, from the album “Unconditioned” by Pavic. The full song is also available for free download. For this track tune down 1/2 step and tune down another whole step the low E string. From low to high strings you have: Db, Ab, Db, Gb, Bb, Eb (you won't use the low 6th string for the lead part, only for the rhythm). The solo is played over 2 chords, E and F major chords. The scale used for the solo is the E phrygian dominant (the 5th mode of the A harmonic minor scale) and the notes are: E, F, G#, A, B, C, D

Lick of the week no. 24 - Paul Gilbert Style Pentatonic

Hello and welcome to my first free lick of the week, taken from my complete lesson “Extended pentatonic licks”. This one is in the key of Em pentatonic and is in the style of Paul Gilbert, featuring combined picking and legato and using extended pentatonic shapes. Remember to warm up properly, as this will require stretch fingerings on your left hand.


Lick of the week no. 23 - String Skipping/Tapping
The 'Lick of the Week' string skipping/tapping lick is taken from Phil Braithwaite's 'Outside Lines' guitar lesson. This lick is inspired by guitarists such as Nuno Bettencourt and Tony Macalpine. The idea behind this lick is that it progressively becomes more 'out' as it goes on. The reason for this is that it is played in a cycle of fourths.
Lick of the week no. 22 - Emil Werstler Style Lick

This lesson will teach you a lick in the style of Emil Werstler. It will help you improve your sweep picking, alternate picking and your general arpeggio knowledge.

Happy holidays.

Lick of the week no. 21 - Country in A

Hi everyone!

This is a country lick by Brant Mason in the key of A.

Download all Licks of the Week 11-20 for Free

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Lick of the week no. 20 - Kotzen Style Pentatonics
Hi everybody - I'm back with another legato/tapping lick, this time using A minor pentatonic. Although quite a 'vanilla' sounding scale, the idea is to create an interesting effect using the legato/tapping technique.
Lick of the week no. 19 - Boogie in A

Hi everybody. This time we have something cool derived out of the position 2 in A blues scale. We're playing over a blues boogie in A, so this lick would fit perfectly in something like Joe Satriani's "Satch Boogie"

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Lick of the week no. 36 - Country lick A7 by Hamo Salihbegovic
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