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Alexiaden93
post May 16 2009, 02:32 PM
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Hey there,

I've come up with some aeolian licks that you can play to build up speed, accuracy, strength and stamina, or integrate in your own compositions. I tried to make them as original as possible... I wrote them in A Aeolian (minor), just to keep the numbers mono-digited ; you may transpose it to the 12th fret E Aeolian if you wish to sound more like bands such as Iron Maiden ! smile.gif


You may play these licks with a metronome, but make sure you can play it several times to perfection before increasing speed (I suggest you increase the speed in intervals of 2 or 5 bpm).


Lick 1 : Position 1

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|-------5-6-5---5-6-8-6-5---5-----|
|-4-5-7-------7-----------7---7-5-|
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Lick 2 : Position 1

|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|------------------------------------|
|-------5-----5-7-----5-7-8-7-5------|
|-5-7-8---7-8-----8--------------8-7-|



Lick 3 : Position 1 (Solo intro, first bar is before the solo actually starts, high speed ~200 bpm)

|-----------------|-----------------|-5---------5--7--|-7b8---------7--5--|-----------------|
|-------5h6p5---5-|-8b10~-----------|-8b10~-----------|-------------------|-8~--------------|
|-4h5h7-------7---|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|
|-----------------|-----------------|-----------------|-------------------|-----------------|



KEY :
b = Bend
~ = Vibrato (wide is best, although it's up to you)
h = hammer-on
p = pull-off


Anybody who uses GuitarPro may download this file in case you're having trouble with the written ones.

NOTE : This topic will be updated once in a while, so be sure to come back for more licks ! biggrin.gif I suggest subscribing to this topic if you are between levels 3-5 and need some new licks to add to your metal-soloing vocabulary ! smile.gif The more subscriptions I receive, the more active I'll probably be ! biggrin.gif


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EDIT: Added "Lick 3" - 2.7.2009
GuitarPro file coming soon smile.gif

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post May 16 2009, 06:58 PM
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Thanks for making these! Maybe you should check out the student instructor board - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...hp?showforum=22 if you are planning to do some lessons! smile.gif


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post May 16 2009, 07:04 PM
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QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ May 16 2009, 07:58 PM) *
Thanks for making these! Maybe you should check out the student instructor board - https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/guitar_fo...hp?showforum=22 if you are planning to do some lessons! smile.gif


Awesome suggestion Bogdan.

There are some nice neoclassic licks here. If the first one was in E minor it would sound like a real iron maiden breakdown... played fast I mean rolleyes.gif


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post May 16 2009, 07:05 PM
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cool licks man. I agree with Bogdan, you should definitely check student instructor board


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Cool lick, I would also suggest to practice them in various positions to build right hand flexibility.


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post May 16 2009, 10:00 PM
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Nice licks Alexander. You should definitely do a student instructor lesson and do couple of those types of licks in it !


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post May 16 2009, 10:02 PM
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QUOTE (berko @ May 16 2009, 08:04 PM) *
Awesome suggestion Bogdan.

There are some nice neoclassic licks here. If the first one was in E minor it would sound like a real iron maiden breakdown... played fast I mean rolleyes.gif

Thanks, berko ! It was actually originally in E minor, but I decided to move it down to A just to make the hands stretch a bit more. I also found the second lick was a bit annoying to play at the 12th fret, so here's the reason... smile.gif

QUOTE (Vasilije Vukmirovic @ May 16 2009, 08:07 PM) *
Cool lick, I would also suggest to practice them in various positions to build right hand flexibility.

Thanks, Vasilije !

I'm only 15, so I'm not sure I am good enough a guitar player to start teaching others, unless they haven't touched the guitar ! biggrin.gif I'll look into it though, and thank you for your support ! biggrin.gif

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Very cool post man, I'm sure someone will find this useful! Great job! smile.gif


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QUOTE (Ivan Milenkovic @ May 17 2009, 01:34 AM) *
Very cool post man, I'm sure someone will find this useful! Great job! smile.gif


Thanks Ivan, much appreciated ! biggrin.gif


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Hey guys ! Please check out the third lick ! smile.gif You can submit to the forum if you feel like you need some more licks to your vocabulary ! smile.gif


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Hmmphh!

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QUOTE (Toroso @ Jul 2 2009, 07:20 PM) *
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It's never too late to start practising ! biggrin.gif


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Very nice lick man!. You should post some lessons in the student instructors board as everybody said!. You have a very nice way to explain wink.gif


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QUOTE (Santiago Diaz Garces @ Jul 4 2009, 03:42 AM) *
Very nice lick man!. You should post some lessons in the student instructors board as everybody said!. You have a very nice way to explain wink.gif

Wow ! Thank you, Santiago, you can't believe how motivating that comment was ! biggrin.gif I've tried posting some stuff on the SI board, but it doesn't appear biggrin.gif Thank you anyway, I'll keep trying when I'm at home ! smile.gif


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