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What is a good online resource to learn blues licks? (or other genres too) just lookin to add a few new licks a week to the repertoire.
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There is a book called 2000 blues licks. That ought to keep you busy.
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theres a dvd and a tab available here on UG called "99 secret lead guitar phrases". the dvd was made by marty friedman and shows 99 of the phrases he's use and modify for a guitar solo. many of these licks may sound great in a blues solo.
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Or don't be lazy and come up with your own repertoire
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YouTube, as previously mentioned is chock full of people teaching blues licks. Also, try Stevie Snacks, dude smokes! http://www.steviesnacks.com/about/steviesnacks
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