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Hardtail
post Jun 5 2007, 12:53 AM
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I have yet to peruse every single lesson on GMC but I came across the lesson of the day a couple days ago that had a fun blues lick. I was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of more blues stuff around that difficulty level.

BTW it went something like:


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Forgive my poor tabbing but I've been having alot of fun with it and I find im developing Control, picking, bending, and speed all with that little fella. So finding more like it would be awesome!

Thanks in advance!


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post Jun 5 2007, 01:13 AM
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OOOh! I just found one I think I can work on! biggrin.gif

It's Gabriel's "BLUES - GET THAT SHUFFLE" Lesson. Sounds great! Can't wait to start working on it later. Still post any other ideas you guys have please wink.gif

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post Jun 5 2007, 04:55 AM
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hey y dont you try making up yoru own blues licks biggrin.gif, it helps make the time go by..and when the next blues lick comes out..you will be more prepared tongue.gif


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post Jun 5 2007, 04:34 PM
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Indeed, create as many licks you possibly can, its really fun smile.gif though, I must say the GMC blues lessons really made me get many new ideas. I also use licks that I learn and do variations of them, you can do a million variations of one simple thing. I think gabriel got a couple of blues lessons in the "in the style of:" section.

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Hardtail
post Jun 5 2007, 06:20 PM
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Cool! Thanks for the advice.

Although, I think I am not quite ready to write any of my own blues stuff yet. With the limited amount of time I have each night I'd rather work on things that are already written so I can continue improving my core skills.

I will check out some of the "In the style of" stuff you mentioned once I get thru my current lesson of gabriel's.

Cheers! cool.gif

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