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Chuck Berry Inspired Blues Rock Licks

I this blues tutorial you will learn licks in style of Chuck Berry. These licks are played with two different endings. Great little traditional blues things you can use.

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Licks 1-20
are basic blues licks to get you started.
Licks 21-40
are classic blues licks every serious guitarist needs to know.
Licks 41-50
are Texas licks in the style of Stevie Ray Vaughan and Johnny Winter.
Licks 51-60
are blues-rock licks in the style of Clapton and Duane Allman.
Licks 61-70
are progressive blues licks used by Jimmy Page (Led Zeppelin) and Hendrix.
Licks 71-80
are funk-blues licks made famous by Freddie King, Albert Collins and Buddy Guy.
Licks 81-85
are rapid-fire blues licks that you can throw in to add that extra kick to any solo.
Licks 86-92
are old-school, pre WWII, acoustic blues licks in the style of players like Big Bill Broonzy, Blind Lemon Jefferson and the Rev. Gary Davis.
Licks 93-96
are the must-know turnarounds you’ll find in all style of blues

And as you learn each lick, Steve will show you which scale it comes from, and how to transpose it so you can solo over any jam track, in any key.


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