144 Blues Guitar Licks: Pro

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144 Blues Guitar Licks: Pro


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***** 144 Blues Guitar Licks *****144 smoking blues guitar licks and lessons in the style of players such as BB King, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Albert King, Eric Clapton and more. The guitar licks in this app would be perfect for guitar solos in blues and rock music.
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FEATURES:
● Learn licks in four styles: Classic blues, Texas blues, Chicago blues and Rockabilly blues.
● Each lick has audio played both slow and fast and contains a full transcription in guitar tablature (tab).
● Every lick is available in all 12 keys.
● Track your progress by marking which guitar licks are your favouries.
● Licks are at a range of difficulties; advanced licks for experienced players and easy licks for beginners
● A wide range of scales are used including the minor pentatonic, the blues scale, the major pentatonic and the dorian and mixolydian modes.
● By using this app youll never run out ideas when improvising again!
● By linking together these licks you can teach yourself to play awesome electric guitar solos.
● 144 licks that will sound great the next time you are jamming on stage or with friends.
● No ads or in app purchasing!
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LICK CATEGORIES
● Classic licks. These licks fit perfectly in a range of blues styles. From classic minor pentatonic phrases to slick licks combining major and minor pentatonics.
● Chicago licks. Stinging licks in style of the best Chicago blues players.
● Rockabilly licks. Mix up your blues solos with these rockabilly licks. They fit perfectly in a blues solo and are great if you fancy something out of the ordinary in your playing.
● Texas licks. Blazing, aggressive licks straight from Texas! These are some of the fastest, most technical licks in the app.
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Learning these licks will be a great lesson for all guitarists. Some licks are suitable for beginners, some for intermediate players and some of the licks should teach even advanced guitarists something new.