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Velvet Roger
post Jan 6 2009, 08:11 PM
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Cool use of Wah there, get's right into the selected licks smile.gif


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post Jan 8 2009, 10:55 PM
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Just noticed something tongue.gif It's January 09, not 08! tongue.gif


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post Jan 8 2009, 11:23 PM
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Gmaj7 and B minor arpeggio w/ tapping




This is a fairly simple lick including a Gmaj7 arpeggio and a Bmin arpeggio. You will see the first one being a 5-string arppegio, starting on F#-note on 9th fret of the A string, but due to its notes, which are B, D, F#, G, it actually spells out an Gmaj7 chord and arpeggio - it resembles the Gmaj7/B. The 7th being the F#, though we are actually starting on this note. The root of the Gmaj7 arpeggio doesn't come in before we start to descend with the arpeggio - it is at the very top tapped on the 15th fret on the E string, which is the G note in the arpeggiated chord.

Following this we have a slide from the 12th fret on the B string, which is the note B, to the 15th fret, note D. From the slide we start to spell out the Bmin arpeggio. First note in this new bar is the B note, next D and then F#, which is the three notes give you the B minor chord. After these three notes we have some string skipping from the E string to the G string, where we once again state the B minor arpeggio by playing the notes B (16th fret, G string), D (15th fret, B string) and F# (14th fret, E string). From here on we have the same tapping sequence as with the first arpeggio. It may look intimidating, but it's an easy way to incorporate tapping into your arpeggio playing. Here's a small explanation:

Notice how I make a hammer on, pull off, then hammer on and THEN tap. This allows me to get my hand to the fret I want to tap without having to move my picking hand there lightning fast. Before going back to the sweep of the arpeggio I have a pull off, hammer on and pull off on the E string again. This allows me time enough to get my picking hand back at its proper place.

The rest of the lick is fairly easy, and you should be able to get it by following the tabs:



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post Jan 8 2009, 11:28 PM
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GMC

Here is my lick of 09jan

It is a melody a made a long time aga but now am able to tab it which makes it easer to use.

I think is called pavoting this technique.

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Velvet Roger
post Jan 8 2009, 11:29 PM
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Thanks Cael and Playaxeman smile.gif


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post Jan 8 2009, 11:35 PM
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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jan 8 2009, 11:23 PM) *


Gmaj7 and B minor arpeggio w/ tapping

This is a fairly simple lick including a Gmaj7 arpeggio and a Bmin arpeggio. You will see the first one being a 5-string arppegio, starting on F#-note on 9th fret of the A string, but due to its notes, which are B, D, F#, G, it actually spells out an Gmaj7 arpeggio. The 7th being the F#, though we are actually starting on this note. The root of the Gmaj7 arpeggio doesn't come in before we start to descend with the arpeggio - it is at the very top tapped on the 15th fret on the E string, which is the G note in the arpeggiated chord.

Following this we have a slide from the 12th fret on the B string, which is the note B, to the 15th fret, note D. From the slide we start to spell out the Bmin arpeggio. First note in this new bar is the B note, next D and then F#, which is the three notes give you the B minor chord. After these three notes we have some string skipping from the E string to the G string, where we once again state the B minor arpeggio by playing the notes B (16th fret, G string), D (15th fret, B string) and F# (14th fret, E string). From here on we have the same tapping sequence as with the first arpeggio. It may look intimidating, but it's an easy way to incorporate tapping into your arpeggio playing. Here's a small explanation:

Notice how I make a hammer on, pull off, then hammer on and THEN tap. This allows me to get my hand to the fret I want to tap without having to move my picking hand there lightning fast. Before going back to the sweep of the arpeggio I have a pull off, hammer on and pull off on the E string again. This allows me time enough to get my picking hand back at its proper place.

The rest of the lick is fairly easy, and you should be able to get it by following the tabs:



Yeah Caelumamittendum

well done, good technique you use there


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post Jan 8 2009, 11:38 PM
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It's the 9th now tongue.gif can I post another one? tongue.gif


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Velvet Roger
post Jan 8 2009, 11:39 PM
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Carlos Carrillo
post Jan 8 2009, 11:47 PM
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I do not stop surprising me friends! Excellent work! wink.gif


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post Jan 8 2009, 11:54 PM
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Cmin descending legato lick



This lick is fairly simple once you get the hang of it, but the picking pattern between the legato-ing might be a bit tricky untill you get it. You will notice that it is fairly sequenced (except for the first three notes), so once you get the hand of the sequence, you should have no problem at all.

The lick utilizises all notes of the C minor scale, which are: C, D Eb, F, G, Ab, and Bb. The lick starts on G on the 8th fret of the B string and ends on the root note C on the 8th fret of the low E string.



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I do not stop surprising me friends! Excellent work! wink.gif


It's good that you do not stop surprising yourself wink.gif


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Velvet Roger
post Jan 12 2009, 01:39 PM
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Guys, we need more licks in order for me to actually being able to select licks each day! wink.gif. The stock supplies are now more or less empty again smile.gif

Come on and lets work on this cool database of member licks!

Thanks!
Roger

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post Jan 12 2009, 03:08 PM
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I'll do a few licks tonight then. I might just make a bunch and save them in my SI Lotd archive and upload one each day tongue.gif


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QUOTE (Caelumamittendum @ Jan 12 2009, 03:08 PM) *
I'll do a few licks tonight then. I might just make a bunch and save them in my SI Lotd archive and upload one each day tongue.gif



I'll Do the same. I will start doing one or two a day and try to have a little stock built up. Hopefully we can more then just us four doing them. biggrin.gif
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Velvet Roger
post Jan 12 2009, 05:15 PM
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Thanks guys, it's absolutely awesome that you are going to supply more licks, but I was indeed hoping to have a bit more contributions from other members on this forum.

I am 100% convinced that everybody has at least a couple of licks what he or she could share trough this initiative smile.gif


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post Jan 12 2009, 11:28 PM
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A complex yet simple tapping lick



This is a fairly simple tapping lick once you get the hang of it. I must admit this is a fairly old tapping lick that I came up with years ago, so I had some difficulties myself. When coming up with this, I remember thinking I wanted to apply a melody in both hands, which ending up giving me a left hand going between notes C, D and Eb on the g-string, while the right hand taps the notes F, G, Ab and Bb higher up the neck on the G-string.

You could potentially develop this lick to have other numbers of tapped notes by your right hand or hammered on notes in your left hand. You could try having 7 notes by your right hand (instead of 10 as by me) and still keep playing the C, D and Eb notes in your left hand. You will notice something interesting in your left hand then, when your tapped melody starts over.



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Thanks Ben! smile.gif


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post Jan 15 2009, 11:58 AM
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Sorry about yesterday, I was unavailable to post a lick as me and my girlfriend were out celebrating our 2 year anniversary.


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post Jan 15 2009, 10:12 PM
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Hi GMC

Here is my lick of the day.

Attached File  Playaxeman_lick_of_day_15_jan.MP3 ( 644.53K ) Number of downloads: 111


Here is the GP file Attached File  Rock_In_AM_15_jan.gp5 ( 3.3K ) Number of downloads: 47


It in Am

-It got some classic blues type lick

- a double stop lick

- fast Palm muted sequence lick


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post Jan 15 2009, 10:26 PM
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1-bar lick in G lydian (correct me if I'm wrong wink.gif)



This is a simple run going from the 10th fret on the A string, note G to the 15th fret of of the B string, note D. It doesn't just go straight through the scale, but utilizes some different patterns to spice it up a bit. Notice how I don't use alternate picking, but ecomony picking for this.


S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S W
E||--------------------------------------------------|--------------------||
B||--------------------------------------------------|--15----------------||
G||--------------------------11-14-12-11----------11-|--------------------||
D||--------------11-14-12-14-------------14-12-14----|--------------------||
A||--10-14-12-14-------------------------------------|--------------------||
E||--------------------------------------------------|--------------------||




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W - whole
H - half
Q - quarter
E - 8th
S - 16th
T - 32nd
X - 64th
. - note dotted
|-n-| - n-tuplets


Just out of curiosity, as I've been thinking about this these last couple of days. What is the definition of a lick? Length-wise etc?

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post Jan 15 2009, 10:36 PM
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Great, thanks guys smile.gif


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