Here’s a quick breakdown for each of lick:
Lick 41: BB King Style 1
A player like BB King uses bends and vibrato to get the most expre..
This classic (and very challenging) solo is from Deep Purple’s In Rock album. It’s an album full of amazing solos and this solo is the piè..
This week’s video is actually in the style of Alan Jackson. This singer-songwriter of traditional yet modern country is a household name t..
I had a lot of fun playing this so I hope you enjoy as much as I did!
During the solo, the backing chords played are lush and anthemic..
Hey guys, something a bit heavier than usual for this week! Randy Rhoads was Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist back in the early 80’s before his l..
At 200 BPM, these licks are very fast, and so I’ve put them in the Advanced category. It’s easy to imagine SRV playing these licks, just l..
Based on the song Hideaway by Freddie King, this blues workout features both E Major and Minor Pentatonic scales. Rhythmic phrasing plays ..
Howdy folks! This week we’re looking at a very American style of music played in the style of the very English Albert Lee.
Eagle-eyed (and eared!) Led Zeppelin lovers may notice that this version is slightly different from what they are familiar with. That’s be..
These licks are an example of the zany sounds you can get when borrowing techniques from other genres. Hybrid picking is actually a techni..