This Cliché Blues Lick is Amazing... Here's Why

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These bonus lessons have been created to supplement the material covered in the free YouTube lesson linked below. Please watch that first.

Blues is a genre that is riddled with clichés but is that a bad thing? For guitar improvisation I'd say no, it's actually great and for guitar players especially.

Many guitar players struggle with the problem of feeling like they've run out of licks when playing solos and the solution isn't always to just learn more licks...

What you can also do is look at what's currently in your improvisational vocabulary and see how much mileage you can get out of the licks that are already there.

In this blues guitar lesson I show you a prime example of how you can take just one cliché blues guitar lick and literally build an entire guitar solo around it.

Paying members of have access to the bonus content for this free YouTube lesson which includes a transcription of the intro solo with Guitar Pro and PDF TAB files, as well as the blues shuffle backing track.

What's included?

  • Downloadable TAB files for the solo (Guitar Pro & PDF)
  • Downloadable backing track (& streamable video)
  • 4K 1x angle video of solo with TAB overlaid
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Section 1

Study the solo with TAB files (Guitar Pro & PDF) and practice to the backing track