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Beyond the Licks (20 Guitar Licks that take you to the next-level)

Jorge Salas, I teach and play guitar

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24 Lessons (1h 44m) View My Notes
    • 1. Intro Main

    • 2. Materials

    • 3. Review Basics

    • 4. Lick 1

    • 5. Lick 2

    • 6. Lick 3

    • 7. Lick 4

    • 8. Lick 5

    • 9. Lick 6

    • 10. Lick 7

    • 11. Lick 8

    • 12. Lick 9

    • 13. Lick 10

    • 14. Lick 11

    • 15. Lick 12

    • 16. Lick 13

    • 17. Lick 14

    • 18. Lick 15

    • 19. Lick 16

    • 20. Lick 17

    • 21. Lick 18

    • 22. Lick 19

    • 23. Lick 20

    • 24. Conclusion


About This Class

Are you just noodling around on the guitar without any real goals?

Do you feel like you haven't progressed in a while or have a lack of motivation?

Perhaps you're bored with the same licks you play over and over...


Hello and Welcome to Beyond the Licks!

In this course, not only do we dissect 20 diverse licks, but we also

  • Learn Proper Technique

  • Approach the Fretboard differently

  • Understand the Music Theory BEHIND each Lick

  • Learn how to APPLY these licks in the REAL WORLD


So why learn from ME?

I started playing the guitar almost 20 years ago. I went to university and got my Bachelor's Degree in Commercial Music with an emphasis in Classical Guitar. Right after graduating, I was offered a full-time teaching position in the local public schools where I have built the BEST guitar programs in my city. I currently hold two teaching certifications with over 500 Professional Development hours. While teaching High School, I focused on expanding my musical career. I have worked with many artists such as:

  • Khalid (Artist)

  • John Karpowich (5-Time Grammy Producer/Engineer - Santana, Ricky Martin, Ana Gabriel)

  • Jaime Merrill (Artist)

  • Enrique Ponce (Film and Video Game Composer)

  • Erick Boseman (Rhianna, Whitney Houston)

  • And many more

Aside from teaching and being a session musician, I have authored two books and release my own music available on Amazon, iTunes, & all major streaming websites respectively.


So all that being said,

I look forward to our first lesson! Let's plug in and get ready to have an enjoyable course where you LEARN in-depth TECHNIQUE and THEORY and we go...


Jorge "George" Salas Jr.



1. Intro Main: course, this is gonna be 20 awesome guitar licks. I'm gonna go through them each with detail, A couple things for this course. Don't forget to make all the downloads that we have down here. It will include the book, which will have their recordings, MP three recordings on each of the lessons of each of the lectures and as well as the guitar profiles. So if you have a guitar pro already, you can plug those in and easily play along to it Changed the speed, whatever it may be. Okay, so, again, I thank you so much. Check out my YouTube. I've written another book and some of my solo music, so I hope you enjoy this journey. This should be a very inexpensive course I've tried to make. Make it that way and, uh, enjoy. Please shoot any questions. Feel free to email me and I'll get back to you guys as well as I can. Sit back, enjoy and grab a guitar. We'll see you 2. Materials: Hey, guys. So this is a section where you download everything that we're gonna need for this course, there will be a pdf file of the whole book. Okay, Right now, I just have them printed out just like this. But go ahead and download this. You're gonna be able to see everything that you need to on here If you have a guitar. If you have a guitar pro the application, then all the guitar profiles will be there so you can go ahead and play back. You can go ahead and download everything. The MP three files will be on each lecture. Okay, so I'm trying to give you guys all this access to all of this. All this stuff, whatever could help you best. So you know, you'll have the the tab and standard notation. As you download in this lecture, you'll also have What did I say? The guitar profiles and then on each other, lecture on each. Uh, let's say we're on, like, one. You'll get the MP three right there. You'll be able to download MP three there. Okay. So any other questions, guys? Just shoot him over to me. I really look forward. to you and join this course. Um you know, like I said, I did my best for you guys, and I hope you enjoy. I see it. 3. Review Basics: Alright, guys. So again, thanks for joining this course. I'm gonna go for a couple of basic gear that we might need for this course. Okay. Obviously, we're gonna need a guitar. I'm using my fender strapped for most of it. You can use pretty much any guitar you want. Have a Les Paul over there steel string, nylon stream, which I will use a nylon string in what, Uh, two of the licks? I believe so. Of course, the guitar. You might want to look into talk a bit here if you're kind of new to everything. Uh, guitar cable. Okay, this one plugs my guitar into the EMP, but in my case, I'm plugging into a pedal. Okay, these air guitar pedals, I use this one pretty much exclusively. This is a boost pedal. And Ivan is tube screamer. Uh, really great. Cleans up the overdrive. Um, of course. An EMP. I've got a little app here. This isn't the amp I'll be using, but the last. It's an EMP. Usually amps have two channels, at least two channels. There's the clean channel, which that was just like a normal guitar. And the dirty channel, which sounds like an over driven guitar has some distortion. Okay for this. We want to turn down the distortion a bit. When you're practicing, you want it to be pretty clean. Can't get this guy down. It's pretty heavy. This is a tube AMP two vamps. There's solid state abs and hybrids nowadays. Lots to go over. Um, let's see what else? Okay, we want to talk about some proper posture. Okay, there's There's a lot of different questions I get, and this is so important. It's very overlooked. So I'm gonna try to let you see, you know, home sitting. I am using a footstool. You get one very cheap on Amazon guitar center dot com lots of different places, so I use it on my right foot. Put it here. There's different settings or crime. There's very high setting. There's the medium, and then the short. I just keep it on medium predictably right leg, and then the curve of the guitar goes on my thigh, okay, And the guitar should be around the middle between your knee and your hip home, and then it just leans back comfortably shining, kind of in an upward direction. Okay, now, when I play. You want to play very relaxed. OK? We don't want this this kind of thing. I see a lot of beginners raising their out, their elbows, their shoulders. So we want to make sure we really relax the shoulders. Okay, A little tip. Go ahead and raise your shoulders up. Rays of all the way up. Push him as far back as you can and then relax him down. This is how our shoulders should be. We would play guitar Another. Another general rule of the left hand is it should always be parallel to the fretboard. Okay. We don't want to really twist twist it like this when it parallel as such. Okay. And last but not least, my right hand gonna show you pretty interesting way on how to hold the guitar pick or not. An interestingly. Actually, this is the most relaxed away. What we're gonna do is gonna make my arm my arm, my hand dead. Okay. So I could hit it can move. I'm not forcing. I'm not. There's no tension in my head. And right now it is just hanging like that. Now what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take my first finger my next finger on my left hand. Find the center of my palm of my right hand. I'm gonna push up until my hand is straight with my arm. Like this. See that? Want to try that one more time? I know it's silly, but trust me, okay? Once we do that, our index finger and thumb should naturally meet together. Okay? If they're still out like this, you have tension in your hand. There should be no tension. Naturally, our hand should close just like that. Okay, Now our index finger and her thumb are touching. The pick will go right in between that, and that is the shape of which is the most relaxed way to hold the pick. Okay, you'll see some guys with their with their hands out. This is tense. Okay. Where were tensing up? This part of the muscle are that this muscle right here on our arm came on the forum, Okay. Should just be relaxed. Awesome. So we've got that covered. We're gonna look at some basic reading. So in this in this course work, you're gonna be able to see both tab and standard notation. Standard notation is, I guess the classical way of reading music and tablature is the more contemporary modern way. However, I wouldn't just limit your skill just to re Tab gets very, very tempting to do that, but branch out and learn how to read music. In this course. I'm not gonna teach you how to read music. Maybe that's another course down the down the line. But go ahead and do just tabs on this one. Referred to the rhythm. If you're having trouble with rhythm parts, go to standard notation, but the tap should get you through it just fine. It's pretty self explanatory. How to read Tab. You'll see the six lines and then the very, very bottom line is your thickest string. Okay, so I think that's pretty much it for reviewing the basics. Don't forget to tune your guitar. Keeping in tune as much as possible. We're not going to do any weird tunings on these 20 licks. It's gonna be real simple, really awesome licks. All right, guys Will can't wait to see you. I'll see you in the next lecture, which is lik number one. Get ready and tuna 4. Lick 1: Hey, guys, Welcome. We are on lick number one, please, Like, subscribe. All the good stuff. Make sure you download the stuff below. I got the books on sale. Please help out. Without further ado, Let's do this thing. So look, one, We're gonna take it Beat by beat. Kind of kind of a casual learning learning right now. Okay, so we got four beats total. First be we're gonna have to learn how to hybrid Pick. Okay, if you're not aware With hybrid picking, it's when you pluck not only with your guitar pick, but also middle finger and ring finger, known as M or Medio and a lot. Okay, so you'll see. You'll see that those symbols in the music. So we start off with a quick hammer on onto the the hybrid picking there. And what I like to do is I'll keep my right hand here. The pick will be on the third stream or G, middle finger, second stream, and then a finger or ring finger on the stream high eastern. And I just leave it right there, can make sure they're ringing out. It sounds really good once, once we get like that dissonance from that B flat to be OK, so that's our first beat. Really easy. Second be what we do. The tricky part is is moving our right hand. We're gonna move it, uh, closer to our face. Okay, so our pick is going to start on the D stream. Middle finger will be on G, and then ring finger will be on B, and we have this. Okay. Again. Hammer on. Make sure it's all even, though. Okay, so that's that's, like, the tricky part. We don't want my way wanted very even take it solo first, and then we build speed, right? Ah, third beat third beats. Also really easy. We're still gonna use our second finger. We're gonna shift back and our second figure gonna start on the first fret of the A string now safe thing. So our right hand started on the top three strings, then went to strings for NBC, four three and too confusing. And then now I'm gonna move it back to 54 and three. Okay? Almost Sounds like it ends there. So all together, we've got this, and then we just need one more thing. Which here we used our second finger the festering for a reason. So this way our first finger is freed up and we can reach this f sharp. Just slightly. Bend it up to that GTO and nice one more time. Very cool. So, like, I like to use a really clean setting on this. Obviously, I'm using my strap. I believe this is fourth position. Storm is in the neck on the middle pickup. So this this whole thing is is in G, right? We've been We're finishing on it on a G court. You can't really move this anywhere else. This is one of the licks that you gotta doing. G Country is is mostly played in G mostly, actually, bluegrass. I don't know about modern country nowadays, but I know a lot of countries played in G Bluegrass is played in G. So this stems really close to bluegrass. That bluegrass country style. Also another tip tryto keep some nail on your right hand. I do it on my middle finger and ring finger. Okay, so I leave a little bit of nail. I have nail on my index and thumb cause I played classical guitar. But for this hybrid stuff, you're gonna need these two. There's not much pinky playing with hybrid guitar picking, guitar picking. Not a lot of pinky stuff, but, you know, you never know why not break the rules. So I hope you enjoy this lick, and, uh, good luck. 5. Lick 2: What's up, guys? War on like number two now, please, like, subscribe. You know, the usual. Check out some of my books. Some of my music links are all down below, uh, lick number two without, like, a blues rock kind of thing going on here I'm using, of course. My trusty strapped for this course, Um, using the hum bucker here. But, you know, different people, different tastes. So whatever you want to use here, uh, this look is really cool. Really easy to do, but a lot of fun. We're gonna break it down, beat by beat for this one. There's four notes per beat. So let's start this off. This this one is in second position. Okay, so second position is pretty easy to know. All you gotta do is take your first finger is the first position. Second position, right? Second fret. Third fret. Third position, fourth position with position. And so one guy. So second position and we're gonna start off with our pinky UK. Uh, not a lot of people like the pinky, but actually love it. You can do a lot with it, so we're going to start off with a quick pull off. Okay, that's it. So it's all Pinky and next finger action. One more time. Okay. Pretty easy so far. Okay, so then the 2nd 2nd 2nd beat here, we've we introduced like this Blues. No. Okay. The blues note is that See? Natural fifth fret on the G string. We got this. Okay, so we're gonna put thes two beats together now. Pretty cool. Pretty cool. Now, this is the fun part I enjoy beat three a lot because we have that really quick slide. It sounds really cool to me. Okay, so we're still in second position. First finger, clay that first. And then we go third finger, slide it up on waves or second finger on that fourth fret, and we're gonna do just a little stretch here, back down on the final way. Eso altogether we've got. Now, this look is really cool because you can do a lot with it. Okay, We can move it to different keys. So right now we're in a r f sharp, minor. Whatever you wanna call it. Don't work over both. It'll work over over after Forney. Let's see you are in the key of short minor are clear that after a minor or a major. But let's say we're in the key of now. It's another coming key. Maybe like E. Okay, let's say we're in e all we do. E major. Okay, be more specific. So if we're in E major, we go to we put our pinky Where the major kiis. Okay, so the 12th fret on the high E stream, is he? So then you just take that thing. Same thing. Uh, if I wanted it in D, here's he'd moved back. Ah, whole step or two. Frets one to Theo. Okay, so this is a really cool cool of lick that we can We can move around. Unlike quick one. Look, one is pretty much in g linked to. We can play around with it. Another thing, Uh, if you want to do it in minor. Okay, let's say let's say you needed an a minor. Just figure out where your first finger is. Your first finger will tell you where the minor key is. So, um, if I wanted an a minor, I take my first finger. Okay, That's where it starts. There's where my first finger is, but it starts on that pinky is nowhere in a minor. So this is a really fun like to be moving around. Uh, let's see. Try this, like, in many different keys. And also, you could also expand on it. Okay, let's say we owe you know, you could keep going with it. Okay, So, I, uh I challenge you to make this look your own and just keep running with it can move, move it, move in different places and really experiment what you can do to fit further. Finish it off to the lower notes. K. It usually sounds cool, so that is a lick number to help you enjoy. 6. Lick 3: Hey, guys. Welcome to lick number three. This is a neoclassical metal kind of lick going around like inveigh mounts in style around a very diminished sounding real quick. Please hit that, like, button and subscribe. Check out the books that I have written two of, um, and some of my singles. So anyways, let's go through this one. This one's gonna be pretty tough thing. Difficulty level on this one is pretty pretty up there, but it sounds really cool. Okay, I'm gonna take it. So I'm gonna put on a cleaner setting, just, you know, for us working on it right now. Okay, so first off, we are in a minor, but we're going through like this like crazy diminish. Kind of diminished kind of feel here. So diminished is just a minor third stacked on with each other. Okay, Fully diminished. Seven, at least. So let's look at this. We're gonna start on 13 go to 10 12 and nine. So this is all with four and one on. I do a quick shift back. My, my my pinky kind of comes in when I go to that 12 fresh next part, we've got 10 12 9 10 So told just one position. It's not Not too difficult. We were in 1/10 position here. We shift back to nine. Okay, Not too bad. And now we have 12 9 again. We've done that before. 12 9 10 12 Okay, so all together, those three beats total. We've got this, Theo. Last part of the arpeggio. We've got 9 10 12 9 Starting on the B stream. We're last time nine on B 10 12 on the D and the night. And okay, so altogether, that first hole measure we sound like that is gonna be tricky. K you're picking is gonna be tricky. Take this one slow. Okay, take this one slow. Okay? The next part is kind of like just like an a my harmonic minor scale kind of moving around and thirds. You're jumping around. It's It's not too difficult, but it sounds great. Sounds really cool. OK, so we're going to start here with our pinky on the 12th fret of the a string. Um, okay, that's one beat at a time. Keep in mind to alternate. Pitt tried alternate pick as much as you can. OK? Next part, we, uh we'll play the next part adding that part. Okay, Sounds pretty cool So far. Way got 10 9 12. 10 way. Okay. And then we go there. Now we started. Descent came. We have 9 12 10 9 and 12th 11. This will makes a harmonic minor way to kind of a stretch k with our first finger. We're gonna go down to eight, and you can pretty much end there. I usually like ending there. You get thrown that a minor chord for, uh, for that resolution. But that second part one more time we have way Sounds cool. Even just that part by itself sounds really need. Okay, so one more time. Remember that? First, that first bar we've got way we can actually do work over over an E dominant seventh chord K. That could be an implied E dominant seventh chord. Of course, you know there's some passing notes on their that f shar are f natural. Excuse me, but I mean, it still works. Still works. All right, so all together, we're gonna try to slow. You know what gets me, actually, um, on the fourth beat of the first measure, that string skip so from the 12 France to that ninth. Fret if you can see that. So between B three are the very last know of B three and the first note of beat four. That's kind of what really is really tough and what gets me. So, you know, good luck. Make sure your alternate picking this. I think it comes out best. And, you know, again, this was one of the harder ones. So good. Crank up some distortion. Not too much. Give it some reverb. Sounds really cool. And good luck guys stay tuned for, like number four, please. Like and so thanks. 7. Lick 4: What's up, guys? We are back with number four, please, Like sub and you know the usual. Got some books out. Got to music out. Please check it out. Thank you so much. So lick Number four is a kind of country bluegrass lick. I really like it. Obviously. If not, it wouldn't be on here. So we're gonna look at this one. It's similar to like like one so lick one was also in G, and we can't really move that anywhere. Unlike the other two licks that we've done, like two and three. So, like, four is pretty much G. And I talked to you that bluegrass and country were normally in the key of G. That's a big key to play in in country and bluegrass. Okay, so let's try this thing we've got, um it looks pretty slow because normally we have 16th notes, K, but here we have quarter note, eighth notes, but this is a really fast lick. We start off with second finger sliding in. You could sign him from the first fret from the second front. Whatever. I like to do it on the second Fret. It's just faster. Can we start off with that. And here I'm gonna be pretty much in What? Second position? Yes, a second position here on then. We've got here. We've got one of the easier likes. I think depending on how fast you take it, it's always fun to add this at the end of a song when it's in G. When you're jamming, doing worship, music, rock music, I don't know whatever. It is just kind of fun. So one more time, let's try this thing and you don't necessarily have to end with the G chord. But, you know, it's always sounds kind of nice. When when you with the whole court. So this is Let me read through my notes, trying in the sector, Any song, angina. It's pretty fun. This was pretty much straightforward. Okay, this one's not too complicated. Certainly not likely. Three where that one was pretty crazy. But this one's pretty easy for you. Beginners. You can totally do this in, you know, a couple minutes with you trying to fund little elected to get on, um, again. You know, G and bluegrass music. My strap. I tried using a telecast from this switch. It sounds great. So anyways, that is lik four. Good luck with it and I will see you for, like, five. Thanks 8. Lick 5: Whoa. That's a cool lick. So welcome back, guys. This is lik number five, please. Like, sub. Check out my books, jicama music and let's get started on this one. This one's really cool. One of my favorites, I think in this course, it incorporates a lot of really cool thing. Okay, we got true players with God, uh, pull offs. I mean, of course, the pentatonic scale. All the guitar players like pentatonic scale. Can you blame them? What else we got? We got some cool pull offs. It's just cool. It's just a cool, cool lick. Okay, so we go, let's try this. So the important thing is is that you know, your pentatonic scale first, obviously. Right. So if you don't know it, we're getting over that real quick. We got I think it's mostly just a review. Okay. And then back down really easy to memorize. Real easy to learn. Uh, you know, you use first finger, fourth finger, and then 1st 3rd for 1/3 1st 3rd 1st 4th 1st 4th Okay. Just a quick overview for for those of us said, probably don't know it yet. Okay, so here we go. Let's try this out we have. Okay, that's like our first triplet pattern. And the picking pattern is very important. We got down. Pull off up. Okay, um, second part, we have so it down and pull off. Okay. So just in case you're still working on pull offs, the way we properly pull off is with a snap. It's not a lift up. Sounds too weak. When you snapped the string in, uh, you get more attack, you get the note to live on more rather than just, like, kind of flailing randomly. Okay, so we've got Let's start on our third, third triplet. It's like, weird. Okay, so you're kind of notices this pattern going on, um, again we got and then we have Okay, So all together with the 1st 4 triplet patterns we got Okay? Not it's not too hard. Once you break it down, take it. So it's really not too difficult. Especially if you know the pentatonic scale. Now, let's go to the second half of the measures. Triplet rhythms. Does that make sense? So we're starting on beat Will be. Does that beat three on the fourth friend of the G string? Right where we left off. Same picking pattern down. Okay, so we're gonna keep going, Okay? And then the last beat there we have. So taking it beat by beat. Let's try that. Just the first measure. Beat by beat. Next feat. Next. Be nice. And now this last part is pretty easy. Pretty much the sum of everything on finishing off way. Have that open note there. Okay, that's very important. So we kind of break a little bit off using that. Then he gives us time to reach in for that finishing f sharp chord. Very cool. And if you don't know, there's that for model there it looks like, and I It's also called a bird's eye. It's just means toe Hold it out until the conductor stops you. But, you know, for a guitarist, I guess just hold it out whenever you feel like stopping. Uh, that's not a vibrato. Those squiggly lines. That is like a whammy bar kind of thing there. Okay, so it's just a little bit more intense than a vibrato. Okay, So hope you enjoy this like this. Like can also be moved to different parts of the fretboard. Kind of like how we did with leak. Was it like to was also in f sharp, minor and a major. Okay, so this'll one, we can move it up. The tricky thing is that open stream. You could still use an open string if we were in a minor. You can still do that. Uh, or you can just go to the to the G, the third friend. But that's kind of weird, because you got a shift back and do it do all that. OK, but this this look is definitely possible to move around the fretboard if you want. Do the first measure, then come up with something totally your own on the second measure to end it off. Okay, so good luck. If you have a whammy bar, now is the time to use it. You know, again, it's not too crazy, but something something we can use. So good luck, guys. I'll see you for lick number six piece 9. Lick 6: What's up, guys? Welcome to number six. If you haven't done so, please, like subscribe. Check out my books, check out my music. It's a way to support this channel. Support what we do here. Thank you so much for tuning in. Let's get started. We got a country Look here in G pretty somewhere to like the other country licks. They've all been g and explain myself. This every single time G is just a common key for country bluegrass style came I went through a phase where I was playing a lot more bluegrass on more countries. So that's where these licks kind of pop up. OK, so we're gonna get started on this. This is a relatively simple, if easy intermediate style lick. One thing, though, is important, though, is the rhythm we've got? Um, kind of this. What do you call it? This shuffle rhythm. Almost thought I almost forgot what it was called. Just out of touch. Shuffle, rhythm. Okay, we got so basically eighth notes instead of sounding square or even Okay, uh, the first note is longer than the second. Okay, so we've got here at the very beginning, starting with G. That's what we got so far. Pretty easy now, the country's scale. I know I digress just a little bit, but the country scale is the major pentatonic scale with a minor third. Okay, so if we were to play a major pentatonic scale, we'd have That is a major pentatonic scale G major pentatonic. Got an itch? Uh, all we do to turn a country is at that minor third or that B flat, a sharp whatever You want to look at it technically be flat. And that is the country scale. I don't know if it's official. I know. When I was playing a lot of country, a lot of bluegrass, that was a scale. You pretty much referred to him. This is a perfect example of a lick using that. Okay, so let's play this first measure, okay? It's almost like you're riding a horse. Okay. And then, uh, second measure. Well, more time. Mm. Notice that the 1st 8th note there's a to eighth. Those 1st 8th note. I put a little bit more emphasis on that. OK, And then, of course, the last measure easy right e might get away with that. Might be able to get away with that kind of like with, like one, but all together one more time way. Mr Funerals there. But I think you get the idea. Uh, other than that, guys, this was a very easy lick. I hope you like it. We're learning a bunch of G G style licks. So again, hope you like it. Stay tuned for, like, seven. Thanks a bunch. 10. Lick 7: cool. So welcome, guys. This is lik number seven. Turn down that overdrive a little bit. This is licking over seven. I'm your teacher. Welcome to this course, please. Like and sub check out my stuff. Got books, got music. All right, let's start with number seven. This is cool, man. I like that rock stuff like the rock and roll. So we're gonna make this work. Okay, here. Course. Amusing. My trusty strapped for this course I am on humble Kermode. I'm gonna lower down the gay just to teach you. All right, let's get started with this. So right off the bat, we have something a little bit new. This is a grace note. It's really quick note. It's almost like it doesn't exist. That's how short it is. Okay? And I really like to emphasize that gives us the start of the key. That's, you know, that's a start. That ain't no work in the key of a minor here. Okay, so we got way. I would take it. Probably like that. That's not too bad. Okay. And then we've got we repeat that I repeat each one. Okay, so this actually is not too hard of a lick. Uh, this is basically an a minor pentatonic scale in a different position. KR typical position. Something like that, right? We have another position over here. If I started my second figure, it's just utilizing that position. Okay, Basically, I'm in second position playing on a minor pentatonic scale. Once I hit this low gi, I'm gonna slide up to that eight as in double and then hit the opening again. And then at the end, of course, whatever you want. You know, if you want to throw down some of that wine bar Sure. If you don't have it, Ok, that's fine. So typically, we want to use less Paul's for this. I think so. You know Zack while Jimmy page slash thes air. The kind of guys I'm thinking of. What I'm thinking about this riff. So what more time? It's a pretty, pretty simple riff about that. Really nice finisher. Lick their anything else I got to say about it. Not much. Not much to it. Make sure alternate picking go through each pattern. Just remember, if you look at Measure two and three, they're just repeating each other. Right? We have 5 to 52 and 535353 Pretty cool it, guys. I hope you enjoy it. I will see you for like, number eight. Good luck. 11. Lick 8: supercool lick. Welcome back, guys. We are unlike number eight now. Congratulations for getting this far. And if you learn all the other leaks, that's awesome. I am Forehead. Please check out my books. Like in soap. Check out my music. Help you enjoy. So we're going to start on the seventh Fret we're gonna have this shape. We have seven fret on the fourth finger. First fret is gonna be full. Uh, first leader since the fourth fret tongue twister. That is your diminished shape, your diminished arpeggio shape. Okay, that's like the key of it'll you're practicing. If you're getting used to this, I would practice that first practice that arpeggio over and over. Get used to that because all we're doing is where shifting since ah fully diminished arpeggio is created by minor thirds were just shifting minor Third over, Minor third. So check it out. We have here, Theun, from this note, I'm gonna shift up a minor third or 12 three, frets. Okay, so one more time we have I messed up just a little bit there, but you get the idea, right? So we'll try it again. A really, really cool it um Also the idea of of going ahead and doing sweet picking. We have up a down, down, down. Ok, so that's the idea that we need when we sweep pick. I've labeled all the all the symbols of picking on the pdf. Okay, so check that out. Take it slow to get real slow. At first, you could even keep going. You know, you could keep going with that same thing. You could also go down, but I've got the the stream downer there, so I can't really do that unless I moved it. But you get the idea. Okay, So let's say, uh, you wanted to change keys with this, okay? Right now, I'm technically in a harmonic minor. Okay? Because I have that g sharp, Theo. Okay, A harmonic minor. If you want to change keys with it all, you do. Very simple. All you do is this is your leading tone. This is your key. Okay, So if I'm starting here, Mikey is gonna be right here. I'm in a minor. Okay, so let's say I wanted to do this in. I'm just guessing random keys. I hate when I do that. D Okay, let's say it's doing the right. Okay. D's right here. So I just move my first finger back One. I haven't practiced that, but you get the idea. Okay? It's easy to practice. Easy to learn. Easy to move around. Okay, so this is an awesome lick. Take it slow. Don't forget that triple a rhythm that it sounds kind of jazzy. When I sing it, I'm doing it all wrong. I'm not a singer, but you get the idea and good luck. Want to see what you guys can do? I'll see you unless lick number nine piece. 12. Lick 9: What's up, guys? Welcome to lick number nine. I am instructing this course on 20 licks. Please check out my books like and subscribe. Check out my music. Hope you all enjoy it. So, like number and I finally a Latin sounding lick. Okay, this is first off. This is like an a minor lick. Um, you know, you could do like a little bit of e free. Geo also kind of works a harmonic minor lick. So we're going to start with our first finger on the ninth threat of the G string way Have that kind of You know what? It has triplets here like they've got to be really equal. I like to bring out that first note. Okay. Okay. I really like Thio. Thio, leave that first note. Let it sing out for a little bit. That's just me, though. Next part, we have got its harmonic minor More plain. It s very similar. Very, very similar. So the 1st 2 beats on in the second to be way just end with that g sharp on the 11th fret of the a string on, Of course. Finish with with that 12. Fret more time. Very, very easy to do. Sounds very cool. I would challenge you. Maybe try it with fingers E. I like it with a pick. There's, like a certain attack to it That reminds me of Al Di Meola. Okay. In fact, I know I don't talk about Alba meal and here, but, you know, neo classical music and Latin music. I feel very similar in a way that they both use harmonic minor, right? They focus a lot on the dominant chord. You know, when you hear that dominant chord like you know, the licks prior, you can really hear it regarding like the diminished arpeggios, Right? So in Latin music, same thing. But I think the rhythm is a little more complex in Latin music, whereas in classical music it's pretty straightforward. It's pretty square. Nothing wrong with that Justin observation. Whereas in Latin music there's a lot more variation in in rhythm. Okay, so hope you enjoy this slick. Uh, you know, this wasn't too long either, but I love showing you guys these licks hope you like it and learn of all. Learn them all so far. Can we're almost halfway done. A good job. I'll see you for lick Number 10 Daycare 13. Lick 10: so cool. Man, This lick is also welcome to lick 10. I am your instructor for this 20 licks guitar course. Please check out my books. I got to out and a couple of music. All links are down below, please. Like in sub. Thank you so much, guys. Let's get on with, like, 10. So let's start this super exciting. We have first easy. Just your open. No. You know what I do? Set your emp to have just a bit of overdrive. Kind of like what I have. I'm using a tube screamer A T s seven, and it's just brand new. I just gotta have to tube screamers. Two different ones. And I'm just messing around with this one for right now, but set it up. Give it a nice little bit of a break up for this. So we've got this open, open note, and then we have It's pretty easy. I would use my third finger on the fourth front of the gene. Second finger. Third fret of Be okay. And here I'm hybrid picking. Can we went? We went through a little bit of hybrid picking way. It's just chromatic Lee going down and your ring finger is gonna be just playing that opening the whole time. Nothing tricky your middle fingers playing that b string the whole time thing. Okay. And then last pretty similar as well. Except we have a quick grace note right on the second beat of the second measure. Excuse me. Okay, so one more time if we take it so way got those were the 1st 5 beats. I like to ring that low e string out. Usually. Sometimes I'll stop that. I don't think it's that big of a deal. Usually does sound better, though. Okay? With the right settings and everything, that sounds better. I'm just trying to make it some really clean right now. Okay, So what more time? Let's go ahead. And at that, Theo. Okay. And that's just a quick open a. And I'm using this with my second finger. Actually, doing this with my second finger, you can also end with a B seven chord. Might be kind of cool, you know, so that that this is a really nice turnaround. Uh, shift. Shift. Your hand. Okay. I wouldn't do this. Do that. Do that. Don't know. Complicated. Just tip your hand It's perfectly on the head. Very, very easy. Like very cool. I loved 30. This one. I hope you guys really like it. I take it slow. You know, You guys know what to do, You know what to do. So I hope I broke this down good enough for you. Stick around. You are halfway done with all the licks. It's not so hard again these air, Just fun licks. Uh, you know, make your give you a little bit more vocabulary when you're playing, so hope you guys enjoy it. Stay tuned for lick number 11 piece. 14. Lick 11: super easy, Super, super easy. So, um, we're going to start off with open D Stream. I'm gonna be in second position. Just like that. Really easy. Make sure those Cameron's air nice and, uh, articulate. Very good. And then the next stream, we're gonna jump over to Jean. Still in second position using first finger and second fingers. Since we have that b flat again, uh, nice. And then we jump over to our second string. Be, and here we jump over to third position. So one more time. We've got all together. Now what? My third finger is on that fifth fret gonna hit that? That third fret there with my first finger Had, like, a brain fart. Uh, third fret with my first figure. We're gonna go. We're gonna do a double stop. Media working play. Two notes were going to do a little bar just like that. So let's play the last two beats. Only sounds like this. Do it up, pick or it down. Pick whatever. Let's see whatever works I tend to do down pick. That's just me. I haven't written on here. A pick seems more economical as a pick, but you know This isn't This isn't too big of ah, of a deal breaker. Whichever whichever way. You dio cool. It's kind of country s, you know, still in still in that cute G. So this is a nice little anti cool, easy like eyes did spend too much time on it, but I'm sure you'll get it. So take care. I'll catch you on like number 12. 15. Lick 12: Welcome, guys. We are lik number 12. No, this is a rocket role. Pentatonic lick, please. Like subscribe. Check out books. Check out music were in 12 this 20 guitar licks. Course. Hope your drink so far. Uh, Okay, so let's start off with this one is pretty easy. It sounds hard, but it's actually really easy. We're gonna break it down. Okay? I'm going to switch to a clean channel just so we could hear a little bit better. Okay. And switch cleaner. Pickups, check. Here we go. So we're going to start off with a in fifth position. First finger. It's basically just going through your typical pentatonic shapes. Right? So we're gonna start off 58 I like to think about it as going three up, one down. So, for instance, if I know my pentatonic scale already, I'm going 123 And I go downward one, and then I start from there I go. 123 Back down one. That again. 123 So altogether we have way. Just just for, like, kind of the beginning. Okay, so what more time we've got the first first beat Selves. Always alternate picking. Next feat. so it sounds more confusing. I think of you ticket beef I beat as opposed to three. Up. What? Down? Three up. One thing on a last. We have that double stop at the end. You don't have that big scored. What really cool application of this lick is that we can move this anywhere we want. Okay, So if we were in the key of F minor now, Okay, easy. All we do is here's a there's g f, his first fret pretty easy. Like that Fury, Let's say eat. Do you right here. Okay. Any Anywhere you wanted the front board. Another cool application of this lick is breaking it down in half. Okay, I like to do that a lot. So I'll start on the D string instead of all the way at the very beginning, I'll sort of deep Theo, I'll make something up from there, all kind of, you know, use some of this slick and they make me. So if I throw, it's a distortion again. You know, you could make make your Rolex from that. Okay, this was really easy to branch off change keys. Uh, really. Go off and make this your own. Okay, So, other than that, just keep in mind that you need to be alternate picking at all times. This is definitely one of those that you really want to keep that going Light palm mute. It's not necessary, but I kind of like it. I think it sounds pretty pretty neat. It tightens up the whole lick. Okay, that's pretty cool. And then I kind of release the palm mute coming towards the top of the guitar. The higher strings. Okay, so, anyways, good luck with this lick. This was really, really awesome. A lot of fun. I apply it. I mean, almost every time I solo, it's pretty cool. So I hope you enjoy this one. Guys. Good luck. I'll see you for, like, 13 peace. 16. Lick 13: So this was really cool. Really inspired by Bucket Head. He's one of my favorite guitar players of all time. He is just insane. If you haven't heard of them yet, check him out. Searching, searching on YouTube where we're at. All right. So I am obviously using a different ITAR. I think using ah hum butter might be best the Stratus kind of hard to tap with. So this guitar is a little bit better. Maybe like an eye but his guitar or Jackson What are those really shredded guitars? I don't have any of those. So gets of my best bet. Still sounds great. Another thing is, I'm using groove gear. Fret Rap. Okay, these air really, really great. I'll link up in the description Groove gear, fret wrap. Try that It So fret one. It basically just stops sympathetic stream noise. I usually always use them when I'm recording, but I don't put them appear. Actually, leave them back here. So this way the strings of lamb guitars don't ring out and it doesn't affect recording at all. Okay, so just something to look out for. In this case, I am on the first fret with the Ferreira. I wouldn't tapping. What? I don't need the first fret, too. Obviously, my first friend is not useful. Not used anymore if you have a friend right there. Okay, so let's start off with this one. So I'm gonna do a hammer on on the 12. Fret came. This one sounds wacky, but it's not too difficult. Ok, Gonna do a quick Cameron here with 14? Okay, so, uh, gonna use my pinky here, major third, and then I'm gonna tap would, ah, whole step above that. So it would be 14 15 16 12 14 16 on. Then I go to the next string over. So it's the same pattern over and over. So we were on the d string first, and we got G B stream back down a g. I think it's pretty cool. It's pretty easy and easy to get fast. Okay, so after you do that, Okay, there there is one bar of that, but you do that twice, right? So twice in that one way, Just switch it up just a little bit. We're gonna start on d street, go to be street G. String of in Eastern. Okay. So again, it's the same pattern of the left hand and the right hand tapping. But just different strings get so that could get a little tricky. Were street skipping here. Okay, Now I'm not like this. Like super great tapper. It's also very hard for me to tap, because I have Ah, long little finger, I tap with my middle finger. OK, It's very It's kind of difficult for me to tap with that that long. Man, I don't know if you could tell. Anyways, this was a pretty easy link. It sounds pretty crazy, but this is definitely a really cool, And I would call it like like a broken robot kind of sound. Okay, so definitely Bucket head inspired. And I hope you enjoy it. I hope you can do it real soon. And Philip, we'll see you at the next light. Guys. 17. Lick 14: Welcome, guys. Welcome to the 20 guitar. Next course. This is like, 14. Please check out my books, my music and like and subscribe if you enjoy it So far So this is, like 14 kind of old school blues. Maybe a little bit of rocket role in there. I am using my Strat now. Pulled him right back out. I am using my neck pickup. Sounds really nice and warm with some bite. I've got a martial on a clean setting on my tube screamer on. Okay, um, so we're gonna start off. This was pretty easy. Lot of shifting here, but we're going to start off by sliding into the seventh fret on the E stream. Okay, where you signed into, it doesn't really matter. I usually like that full step. You could do the half step, but to me, the whole step sounds a little bit better. Just my opinion. So then we're gonna do some chromatic stuff, Some blue scale kind of stuff here, triplet. More time. Wear to shift back right away, toe our first finger place that third fret that does this triplet. Okay, so what? Martin, we have way again. I say what more time of that. I do it like multiple times, teacher, you know, and still being in third position. We have that. So that was beat three. So all together, we're gonna try and beat 12 and three, Okay. And then the last part we have we're gonna go 35 on slide up to eight. Just let it let it a sustained die out on its own. I do that in one pic motion. Sounds pretty days e o interesting out there. So this one was pretty easy. Lick. We'll try one more time. We're going to go up to seven chromatic down shift back to three ways, shift up to the eighth fret, give it a nice buy Brodell, let it die out. Very cool. Hope you guys enjoyed this slick. So it's pretty easy. Pretty short, like and subscribe. I'll see you on Lick 15. Thanks, guys. 18. Lick 15: uh, awesome. Guys, Welcome back. This is like number 15 please. Like in sub. And check out my books and music. Here we go. Lick 15. We have a Latin style genre lick. Really cool. Heavily inspired by the great Al Di Meola and popular Luzia Al Jamil is probably, I mean again, One of my favorite guitar players up there with bucket head up there with Zach Wild slash. Just a name? A few sometime. I was probably my favorite, so I am using a mile long string guitar here. This is like a harmonic minor scale fridge, Ian. Kind of kind of style of lake here, so but it fixes first, So we're gonna start off with 13 on the high e string. Okay, We have this pattern where we start off with 13 12 13 14 three, and then the same exact pattern is going to go on the B string. So we have, well, more time. Way not too hard so far on. We're going to go to to the G string and do the same exact thing. But accept starting on mitt on. Measure on fret 14. Okay, so we're shifting up to 13th position Okay. Second figure is going to start on 14. Same thing s so again, with worst. Or here on the 12th. Fret. My first finger where my thumb is. This is a 12 fret. Okay, so I mean, 12 position thing. Not too bad. Not too bad. And then here we do. Just a little bit of change we have on the 14. 12 and we're gonna go to the 15th. Fret So it's almost the same pattern. Except we're doing this shape. Okay. Way too hard. That is the same thing on the A stream or Fifth Street way have E Street. Same thing on the B string thing, but we shift up on G three D stream. It's this almost the same thing. It's what we have a different shape. Same thing on the A street. No e string. We do what we did exactly on the E and B with that pattern is repeated. Okay, so what? We're time thing? Thought this was really nice to get really fast and sells really cool. If you palm, you do different kind of articulations with it. Listen to Al Di Meola. My favorite album is elegant Gypsy. Check that one out. Really, really great album. Other than that, I think I think that's pretty good. Just make sure you're always alternate picking. Follow the fingering. All the fingers are on that. Pdf. Thanks so much for check and get out like it's sub. We'll see you guys there. Thanks. 19. Lick 16: sweet. So this is lik 16. We are in the key of C and super llegado pretty fast. This one's probably one of your more advanced licks of this whole course. So we're gonna take this in a way that I like to think about it. We do a little bit of modes. K. There's some motile kind of stuff. There's always motile kind of stuff, and it's always debatable. But this is just how I view it. Okay, so first we're going to start off in, like, an f Lydian way. Turn up the volume e. Can I put back on a clean channel? Just so it's more we could hear it a little bit better. So we've got first fret 3rd 5th and then the next dream. We have 23 and five, and here it's just one pick one pick motion purse strings. So I have down, uh, e get used to that. Get used to that. So we're starting here on F kind of like a lady. Um come think. No, we go to G for the mixer. Lydia part. Now this is really easy. It's the same things we have. 357357 So those two patterns put together we have as I played the the fifth stream. My first finger is getting ready to play its next note. In fact, pretty much every time my pinky plays, my first finger is ready above its next. Now, our next pattern, we have 578578 for, like, a minor or alien kind of style. Now I like to use one first finger, second and third right here. Using 134 is also not a bad idea. I personally like this way. So this way I still so let's Champlain the whole scale. I have the pink. You ready? OK, so that's That's the only reason why use fingers 12 and three on that, Uh, that minor that might or pattern. Okay. So far, we've got back over here on f pretty easy. So far, there is a lot of similarities. Now, the next part we go up to seven, we go 78 10. 70 s. So everything pretty much Mitnick's itself from the six string to the fist ring except the 1st 1 Okay, So all together, we've got last part. We've got 8 10 12 8 12 Same shape. Well, step whole step. Okay, hold step in between each note. Same as we have over here on GV way. So that's kind of the hard part. I think we've got way. Have Let me see. What for? It is this. 9 10 12 9 10 12 on the next two strings. Nine way start right here on the eighth fret of the low street way. So almost the same pattern except our first finger shifts up. One fret. Okay, now the next part we've got 10 10 12 13 10 12 13. Same thing. Wait. Just octaves there. Okay. So altogether, Starting on this eighth fret rigor. We've got Theo. And then really easy working a slight up to 17 and pull off down to 15. You can also tap. You could do that, but it just depends. Depends what you want to do that works for me. So I do that eso altogether. We're gonna take it really slow. Sounds like this. I think you're gonna need to move the right hand over the strings because you're gonna develop a lot of noise. There's gonna be a lot of stream vibration as you go go through. Especially this pattern. Okay, so I kind of leave my poem on top of the strings here, Okay. To stop them from ringing out so much, you can't really use this guy because because then you're on the first fret You can't reach your first fret, so I'll just leave him appear. Helps a bit. So anyways, let's see one of my favorite Got a list of all time. Uh, once you raise this pattern, yes. So memorize the patterns that that's the most important thing to get it really fast Overshot that. But you get the idea. So memorize these patterns. They're pretty pretty easy. And this is a really, really cool it just to really shred through. It really gets you moving from the bottom part of your fretboard to the top part. Okay, I take it so make sure you get this leg. Otto, The hammer on really tight. A little tip for that real quick is to play with the tip of your finger. I don't know necessarily, like, see that? See how my pinky stretch. It should be more rounded for days. Okay, so good luck with this late guys, turn on the distortion, bitter reverb. And this one sounds really, really sick. So enjoy it. I'll see you for, like, 17 peace. 20. Lick 17: Welcome, guys. This is like number 17. I'm your teacher here. And please, like, subscribe. Check out my music links or down below. And the books? We are like 17 Reminder. Check out. Pdf Download it for free. This is a country like we are in the key of G, as we have been with our country and bluegrass slicks. For the reason that I keep saying that country and bluegrass are typically mg. There's a lot of G style picking g style of not picking, but G style licks a lot of songs. And Gene All right, so this one's really cool. We're gonna have some hybrid picking. I love hybrid picking. It is super, super cool. So we're going to start off with using our third finger of the fourth fret. We're in second position here, okay? And so I'm gonna bend upward this way towards my face. So this way I don't get in the way, way have that space there. So what we want to do is get our middle finger and and ring finger. Middle finger is on D and ring Finger is on G g. Yup. It is just confirming. So then we're gonna bend this up, Do this pattern three times we got way from the The rhythm is actually like that. And then we've got We do that three times. We're gonna shift back Teoh Third fret on that. See? Okay, now this We got third finger, first finger and still with a pick. OK, so my right hand, we gotta pick here. We got 31 Dameron. Then our rain finger is gonna play that open G on then and we're gonna bend our second fret up to that Gino. Okay, um let's see. More hybrid picking for the best Tony's Telecaster or Stratocaster Bend the fifth string. Exactly. Exactly. Okay, Okay, I see. Perfect. So one more time we're gonna go way. This is a really, really cool licked I love those and and so make sure you keep that g ringing once you play that open Jeep. So you could really find tune this note that you're betting up towards. Okay, so one more time, we're gonna take it pretty. So sounds like this. Really cool. Hope you guys enjoy this lick. I will see you for lick number 18. Thanks a bunch 21. Lick 18: What's up, guys? Welcome back. We are lik number 18. This is a really, really cool blues like that incorporates hybrid picking. Um, you know, just and some cool court, some cool chromatic chords. So let's break this down. Came pretty easy. Yeah, intermediate level. So we're going to start off. Basically, this is just outlining pretty much like a g chord we've got here. This kind of G shapes. I'm using my second finger and third finger up on the high G, and all we're doing is playing here octaves we've got. And then my little finger is playing the open G. Okay, so it's stuck right here. Okay, So I would practice. Excuse me on practice that first getting of that. We've got this down. Then we just outlined the G chord that we have our first finger here on the beat and then are our pick goes over to the extreme way one more time, and we've got third finger there and again, this is all, however picking. So we got, uh, pick. Middle ring pick, Middle ring signatory on here. We're going to shift up to the fourth fret 1st 4th fret and then use your first finger on different one way. Okay, Perfect. And then the last part we've got Finally, we're in this shape. We're do We're just gonna add our third finger. We're gonna go on, hit those two to higher notes at the same time. So one more time before we get to the big, bigger courts, those last three beats for the courts. Okay, we're get sound like this, and then there's a quick rest. Now, we have this kind of looking court. This, like, this is kind of like a dominant nine shape. We've got second finger on six. First finger on 5/3 finger on six and pinky also on six. Pretty much like that. Okay, but what the catch is is that the pinky? We're gonna bar the e string as well. So this way were barring, uh, we're playing two notes with the pinky. You kind of just like bring it back, bring it back a little bit. You get that kind of tone or that a court. So we've got these two courts, same thing. We just bring it back. One fret. We're starting on six way end with a simple G chord, but it's a bar. Okay, so those chords again, we've got on. I wouldn't worry too much of its precisely on time, just as long as because it feels good. Okay, so watch I'll play it. And then, uh, you be the judge way. Really, really cool. Lick. So, again, just some things to work on for this one. Make sure thumb. Little ring, thumb, middle ring. That's probably that might be the hardest part just because you gotta spread him. You gotta really spread them out right here. Other than that, pretty, pretty straightforward. I would definitely let thes nose ring now. Okay, let them ring out. Don't stop them. It says on the pdf case of just in case you forget way, want all these notes really reading way? Want them bleeding into each other? It's kind of kind of dirty. Okay, sounds pretty cool. I'm on a clean channel with my tube screamer on. So that's what gives it a nice blues warm to over drive. Okay, so look into that nice light distortion. Something very bluesy. So good luck with this, Like guys, I really enjoy this one. I'll see you for Liq 19 22. Lick 19: What's up, guys? This one is lik 19 Super, super cool. If one of my favorites in the book I probably say that for every lick. Whatever you know. Anyways, I'm your teacher upon his solace, please, Like subscribe. Check out my music. Check out two books I've written. We've got, like, 19. This is like a rock shred kind of like, super super cool. I love it. Love it. Love it. Okay, so we are in the key of a minor. We're going to start off this one. Makes going up the fretboard really, really easy. I'm so used to playing this really fast that playing it slow might be a problem for me. So bear with me. We're gonna learn it. Slow together. Okay, here we go. We've got open 35 Let me throw down a clean channel. Yeah, a little bit over drift during. Okay, so we've got, uh, okay. So I would break it down with these three k. So our articulation is three notes, but they are still a snows case, so we don't want to confuse that. We've got So far, we've got open 35 on 357 on. That's just 12 picks total one pick per street, and then we repeat 57 with a pick. Okay. So, altogether, that first measure sounds like this. Nice. Then we've got, um, on the D string. 57 Just one pick, Cameron. Good. And then we're gonna go 579 and shift up. All in one, pick a. So, so far, this measure measure to sounds like this. Good. And then we're gonna repeat that set tonight. Okay, so all together. Now, we're gonna play measure to perfect. Make sure you're following the finger numbers here. So far, it's been all pretty much one in three. We're gonna introduce our second finger right here. But before we do, let's start from the very beginning. Sounds like this. No second finger slights up 8 to 10 and then we're going to repeat that. So we have that slide up. So the second finger slides up on, then one in three. There we go. And then same thing one and three make it up to 12. Okay. So, altogether, starting with that second finger run, it will be the last note of measure to sound like this. Um, more time. Okay, so all together. We've got this thing really cool. So with this, like when you have a lot of distortion, you will definitely want to bring the hand over to stop these strings from vibrating for making access noise. The of course, the groove gear for it. Wrap helps a lot. I put it up top here so I don't have any sympathetic stream noise coming from the net from the head stock. Okay, so let's see. Similar to lick 16. This was very similar to lick 16. Don't know. We do before that one. You can see the similarities. Don't even hear them. Let's see, articulation is very important shifting. Randy, this is like and the style of Randy Rhoads. I feel so this shifting is very important. You gonna be very clear with it, You know, again, also, the articulation how we hammer on, make it really easy for yourself thing. Okay, I've never played it really that slow, so I kind of have to think about it, But make it easy on yourself. And if you follow this articulation, it'll lead to more relaxed way of playing. Okay, cause you're just picking every every other note. Sometimes every other three notes. Okay, And other than that, there's nothing else. You can incorporate it in two different keys. So, for example, if you just start with since we're in the key of a minor, okay, aren't is the fifth fret instead of study open, you know, whatever. Want their start with the note right below your key or a whole step below threw me off just a little bit. But let's say I want to do this like, indeed theme from there, I feel, of course, branch on and do whatever else combined different leaks that I know so on and so forth. So remember, if if I want to do it in D, just just focus on the note right below and remember that pattern thing I did a little bit of different picking there, but overall, it's the same pattern. Okay, So other than that, guys remember So we got di there. You could do e if you start with, remember a whole step underneath that if you want to try and g could you do it right there ? That thing throws off my peaking cause I'm used to this way. But if you have practice it I'm sure you'll be great. So anyways, I love this slick. Stay tuned for a very last lick. Lick number 20. This was really cool. So I hope you've enjoyed it so far, guys. Thanks and see you for the 20. 23. Lick 20: All right. Cool. Guys, this is lik number 20 last one. You've made it this far. Congratulations. We've got a neoclassical metal kind of sound with circle of fourth's going back and forth Circle of fifths could get it either way. So we're gonna start here with an a minor sweeping arpeggio. It's just two strings, K. So if you're new to sweeping, this is a great way to start. So we've got a minor shape, we've got 12 fret and then it's gonna pull off to eight, and then 10 gonna go clean channel. Okay, We've got 12 8 10 on the B stream and a Bekoe. Okay, so the picking pattern is up. Pull off, down, down. It's easy to get fast. Um, OK, Once we do that, a minor arpeggio we're gonna shift up right away to this d minor arpeggio. So we go all the way up to 13 14 15 16 17. Can we got 17? Pull off to 13 and then 15th the same shape. See that same shape as that? A minor. Okay, there. Looks like there are a whole step apart. See that They're one friend apart on one string apart. So he does when we move that up. So one more time, we've got a minor, Okay? And now we're gonna shift all the way back down to G major arpeggio. Okay, so now this is a different shape, as you could see. So minor, we spread out that first finger, Major, we keep that first finger closer. Okay, so we've got 10 seven and eight. Same picking, same on the right hand up the oh, So all together, those three chords sound like this way, Theo. And then we're gonna jump up to a C major Arpeggio Baxter, D C major arpeggio, which is here. We've got 15 12 and 13 15 12 13. It's the same pattern as that G E O k. Same pattern, the first and second finger closer. Whereas in minor, they spread apart. So so far, we've got a minor D minor G major on C. Major on. Now we go down toe f major. Okay. F major is on 856 can to tell the major miners were looking at the second stream. Okay, so my second my on the second string I'm playing an f note here e f new. So wait that. And now we have a little bit of a different pattern. We've got a g sharp diminished. So we're gonna go up to 10. A little bit of a different shape. We've got 10 79 Okay, So now third finger at is being used. Their finger and forth are close to each other. We've got way. Okay, so all together, we're gonna play up to that G sharp diminished. We have a minor D minor, G major C major, Major G. Sharp Diminished way. Have a simple E major. Just like f Just one fret back Theo on. Then it says on the pdf to use your first finger. To do that, you can use your first finger or thes two free fingers two and three on the fifth. Fret. Okay, So all together, we've got our a minor arpeggio d minor way. Finished hands and implied a minor court. All right, so this was a lot of fun. Crank up the distortion. Put on some river, maybe some delay. I don't have delay on here. I don't really use it, but I'm sure it sounds wicked with delay. The hard part is the shift can make sure you're shifting really quick. Okay, Especially like that first. That first shift is really tough. See, Theo? So you have those shifts are pretty difficult. Look at your fretboard and look at where you want to shift. Okay, move your eyes to where you're going to shift next. So this way your hand is more accurate. Okay? Do that for a while so that you get used to it, and, uh and you'll get pretty good at it. Let's turn this around way. You'll get pretty good at it. So this is a really cool it. Thank you so much for sticking around the whole time. These 20 licks that I love that I've used and that I hope you can use and make your own. And, uh, best of look, please light and sub check out books. Check out my music support any way you can. Guys, Thank you so much. Have a great one. Later 24. Conclusion : Hey, guys. Congratulations on completing this. Beyond the licks. 20 guitar licks. Course on you to be. It's been a lot of fun writing all these leaks showing them to you talking to them. This is my very first course that I did. I hope you enjoyed it. I made it as it expensive for you as possible. And I hope you enjoy. The resource is I hope you enjoyed all of it. And if you learn all 26 congratulations. You know, these leaks aren't necessarily to be played exactly as they were written again. Just expand on them, do what you would do with, um and I'm sure, you know, turn the two year old basically. So I'm sure they're going to sound really, really good once that's done. And even by themselves, they sound great. So again, don't forget to download all the resource is guitar profiles. Pdf's The whole book is there for you. You know everything at your disposal. Chute me some, uh, some e mails, anything you guys need. Really happy to answer it for you, if possible, review it with good five stars. I really appreciate it. And other than that, thanks again My email is over here checking out on YouTube to got some music and some books . All right, guys, he so thanks, but I'll see you on the next course later.