This one is using string skipping to make a 3-note-per-string pattern sound more interesti This week we have yet another A7 lick - it's chord specific so if you are going to use it in a blues - then play it over the A7 and when the chord moves to D7 - move This rock-styled riff uses the blues scale in E and a shuffle feel. Learn this fun rock solo with licks that use staccato, slides, and bends. Try and mix them in with licks you already know so they blend in a bit, you need to work on linking them, it's often getting into and out of a new lick that is the most difficult, so work on it!
Play it in other keys, different strings or whatever else you can think of to get all the musical use you can out of it.
Licks, Riffs, and Tricks
Minor 9 I do like a nice minor 9 lick me. This rock riff starts with a slow bend that catches your attention followed by a droning droning open E with a melody played over top. This rock-styled riff uses the blues scale in E and a shuffle feel. I've used it as an examples of a Learn a pentatonic lick that uses a prebend then shift it down by a fifth.