Are you a fan of playing blues
In his course, 30 Cutting Edge Blues Licks You MUST Know, Jan-Peter Beijersbergen, or Jay-P for short, helps you expand on your licks arsenal.
Here are 6 blues licks
Lick #13: Chroma Jazz
This lick is a jazzy/country lick in A, which starts with a chromatic line and a slide.
Lick #15: Koch Diminished
This lick is a typical Greg Koch lick and fits nicely in the country/jazz and blues/rock style. It’s a great example of playing chromatic notes in the blues, and it gives the lick almost a diminished character.
Lick #17: A Blue Country
This country/blues lick is a nice one in the key of A, which can also be used as an exercise.
Lick #18: Bonna Massa
Lick 18 is a Joe Bonamassa type of blues lick with a Stevie Ray Vaughan vibe. We’re in the key of G.
Lick #19: Fabulous Dave
This complete solo is sort of a Fabulous Thunderbirds style solo, inspired by Dave Gonzalez of the band the Paladins.
Lick #26: Horn Part
This example is in the second position of the blues scale of G and sounds almost like a horn part.
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