#1
Post your most common lead licks that you find yourself doing most often


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Last edited by Fretbuzzer at Mar 29, 2009,
#2
I find myself repeating Bach's 4th invention a whole lotta times.
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#5
well it is a minute long and a very good warmup...

A lick then... would be a diminished arpeggio. I find myself playing it in my Jazz improvs.

C diminished7th

E-8-5--------
B-----7------
G-------8-5--
D-----------7


Stolen from Paul Gilbert (Technical Difficulties) and an extended version from Yngwie Malmsteen (Far Beyond The Sun)
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Last edited by SilverDark at Mar 29, 2009,
#6
Quote by SilverDark
well it is a minute long and a very good warmup...

A lick then... would be a diminished arpeggio. I find myself playing it in my Jazz improvs.

C diminished7th

E-8-5--------
B-----7------
G-------8-5--
D-----------7


Stolen from Paul Gilbert (Technical Difficulties) and an extended version from Yngwie Malmsteen (Far Beyond The Sun)


thats a good one thanks. how would you finger that...barre on 5 pinkie barre ring pinkie
#7
Here's a legato lick I use quite a bit, it's based off the natural minor scale beginning on the sixth degree. This would be in C minor:


e-----4h6p4\3h4h6p4p3h4p3h4----3------------------------------------------------
B--------------------------------------6----6p4p3h4h6p4p3h4p3---------------------
G--------------------------------------------------------------------5-8-5-------------
D------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
E-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


That opening legato pattern is grouped as eleven.

PS: The spacing with the code tags is odd, it's all just one quick run.
#8
Quote by Fretbuzzer
thats a good one thanks. how would you finger that...barre on 5 pinkie barre ring pinkie

No barre, pinky on 8 index on 5, root note is both on E-8 and G-5 (C). Play it in odd rhythmic groupings, it sounds cool!
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#9
Quote by SilverDark
No barre, pinky on 8 index on 5, root note is both on E-8 and G-5 (C). Play it in odd rhythmic groupings, it sounds cool!



i find i get open d strings on d string hence the 1/2 barre