Being an instrumental player in a blues, jazz, or rock band is no easy job. It requires you to have a set of skills and knowledge, but also to be able to think on your feet. So, as a
In his course, Creative Lick Phrasing Guidebook, Richard Hallebeek guides you in mastering concepts and approaches you’ll need to be adaptable when playing your favorite licks at the gig.
Here are 6 free creative lick phrasing
Creative Lick Phrasing – Rolling Fingers
For this one, we are using two fingers on the left hand in a pentatonic scale. Rolling them gets you some great licks!
Creative Lick Phrasing – Timing Variations
The lines in this course are all mostly notated in 16ths. Use these licks as a source and create your own by making timing variations.
Creative Lick Phrasing – Dominant 7 Melodic Minor
This lick uses the melodic minor scale on top of a dominant 7th chord.
Creative Lick Phrasing – 7 Alt Pentatonic
This is a II-V-I progression and we’re using the minor pentatonic scale exclusively.
Creative Lick Phrasing – Q.E.D. Performance
Here’s a track called “Q.E.D.” We’re going to be playing a few of the major 7th lines I showed you earlier, also using some of our free timing concepts.
Creative Lick Phrasing – Q.E.D. Breakdown
Now, let’s break this track down step by step!
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