I've been watching Paul Gilbert lessons on youtube for a while now and I think he's great, but I don't want to get too caught up in his playing style and end up sounding like a PG rip off. The thing that I like about his lessons is that it's all practical. Every single part of it he's either showing a lick note by note or explaining something that you can change immediately like the way you hold a pick.

No other guitar gurus do this though. Kristopher Dahl does, but I've seen all of his as well. I just watched one by Eric Johnson, and while it's all good advice, there aren't any specific licks that he shows.

I'm wondering if there are any other guitar players who break their licks down, note for note, for me to learn.
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John Petrucci's video isn't bad.

I haven't seen any with specific licks or techniques. Link?