#1
Does anyone know any fluid licks that can be repeated over and over very quickly? Examples would be the repeating sequence in Stairway to Heaven or John Mayer's little phrase in the solo of "Wait Till Tomorrow." I'm sure there are tons more, but i would really like to add more of those to my repertoire.
#2
unison bends... try some.. santana does it...
---5------------------repeat..
--b8-----------------
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------------------
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also any of the repetitive blues cliches
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#3
Led Zeppelin - Rock n Roll : In the solo repeating lick for example.

I dont know if you knew this ^^ but basically you can repeat everything
#5
The intro to "Universal Mind"-Liquid Tension Experiment. i love that lick. its really catchy too. you have to give that song a listen.

link to the tab for it: http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/tabs/l/liquid_tension_experiment/universal_mind_tab.htm


edit: ^the intro to this song is about 135bpm (16th notes). its a sweet lick.
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#6
some of those were good, but what i mean by fast is like at 120 bpm, repeating sextupulets fast. It doesn't neccessarily have to be a repeating phrase, it could be like a pentatonic scale run too. One lick i tend to use a lot is:

e|--15p12-------
B|-----------12---
G|-----------------
D|-----------------
A|-----------------
E|-----------------

in triplets, very fast.
Last edited by LostSoundtrack at Jul 7, 2006,
#7
try like one by metallica or fade to black.. its got some cool melodic picking things..
is that what u mean?


or nothing else matters.. metallica's good for cool melodies and stuff
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#8
Paul Gilbert has a great 6/8 pattern he uses in technical difficulties, its:

d----------7-----------------8-----------------9----------------8--------
a-7-8-10---10-8-7-8-10---10-8-7-8-10---10-8-7-8-10---10-8-

just repeat that, Ive got it to around 250 bpm in 16ths,
its easy enough as its played in triplets!
#10
Quote by LostSoundtrack
ah yeah stuff like that..although, what key is that in?

it should be G.
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#11
E|------------8-----
B|---------8------
G|---10b---------
D|-----------------
A|-----------------
E|----------------
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#12
^ Basically pretty much what I already posted except shorter and at the 8th fret

Quote by LostSoundtrack
some of those were good, but what i mean by fast is like at 120 bpm, repeating sextupulets fast. It doesn't neccessarily have to be a repeating phrase, it could be like a pentatonic scale run too. One lick i tend to use a lot is:


Well, I dunno what you're looking for then. The one I posted could certainly be
played that fast.
#13
Quote by edg
^ Basically pretty much what I already posted except shorter and at the 8th fret


Well, I dunno what you're looking for then. The one I posted could certainly be
played that fast.


woops, didn't see that.

Try a triple pull-off

10p13p12p11 (Think that's how you right it.)
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#14
sixes (as he calls them) compliments of Rusty Cooley...on the 3rd string (or any string you prefer), play 12-9-10-12-10-9 in a repeating sequence...the faster you play it, the cooler it sounds
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