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Licks For Rock Soloing Lick 2
This Licks For Rock Soloing a very common minor pentatonic lick that moves down the scale with a triplet rhythmic pattern. Begin by picking the seventh fret on the third string, pull-off to the fifth fret and then move right to the fourth string seventh fret then pick the fifth fret on the third string again, from there pull-off to the fifth fret from the seventh fret on the fourth string.
The challenging part of this phrase is the slide from seventh fret to the fifth fret of the fifth string. It’s important to play this as a “slur.” In other words two notes that re played without separation. The last part of the lick is played on the third fret on the fifth string. Then move to the fifth fret on the sixth string. The final note is the third fret on the fifth string. Add a slight downward bend for a more bluesy quality.
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