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Braer
post Jul 13 2009, 08:40 PM
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Hey, i have been practicing 3 licks from kris`s speed picking lesson:(https://www.guitarmasterclass.net/ls/kris-ug-lessons/)

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5-8------

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5-8-------------

but how do i improvise with these licks?

could you post tab how i extend this lick so i get some ideas?
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Jose Mena
post Jul 13 2009, 09:21 PM
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This is a tough question, improvising is doing stuff that comes right out without too much thinking really, or maybe it is like someone said, you have a bag of licks and you piece them together.

But I guess I could tell you that you could play this stuff over an A minor progression, and play 16th notes, you could do al sort of combinations here, something like



----------------------------------------------5-8-10-8-------8-5--------------------------
-----------------------------------------5-8------------10-8------8-5----------------8b-----
--------------------------5-7------5-7---------------------------------7-5-----------------
---------------------5-7------5-7-------------------------------------------7-5------------
------5-7------5-7---------------------------------------------------------------7-5-------
-5-8------5-8-------------------------------------------------------------------------------



Played fast it could sound like a cool Eric Johnson type pentatonic run, played slow maybe it isn't very interesting as it is all 16th notes without much phrasing involved.

This is 2 bars worth of notes, the last note is simply a bend on what would be the beginning of the third bar.

I hope this helps, or at least gives you more questions so that we can help you more

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post Jul 14 2009, 12:18 AM
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Thanks jose! helped alooot!
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