Picture if you will , a major second interval on the top two strings anywhere above the 15th fret, and then play it.
“This lick is influenced by Frank Gambale and Jimi Hendrix and is based on the E minor pentatonic scale,” says Three Degrees guitarist Nick ...
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When I was playing in a power trio and someone requested “The Boys Are Back in Town,” I was in a bit of a bind.
This lick was inspired by Allen Hinds’ solo in “Oscar’s Swagger,” off his great Monkeys and Slides album.
This is a great way to get a heavy, galloping sound on power chords, inspired by the bitchin’ Beck
tune “What Mama Said.
Happy, Scrappy, and Snappy
This is one of my all-time favorite licks.
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