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. What to do about
those cool harmonized leads? Well, the moves here will give you everything you need to play the recurring motif (bars 1 and 2) and
the harmonies at the end. You’ll need to mix up the phrasing to really nail it but you’ll hear the line as soon as you try these grips.
Bash a D and an E7sus for the turnaround and it won’t be long ’til summer comes.
ON AGAIN, OFF AGAIN
Quick Licks repeat offender Walt Kosar provided this
infectious batch of notes. “Here’s a cool-sounding lick
that uses a G major pentatonic scale. It incorporates
finger stretches, hammer-ons, pull-offs, and repeated
notes on adjacent strings. Follow the fingering provided
and look to incorporate even phrasing on both
articulated and non-articulated notes. This lick creates
a smooth-flowing and trippy sound using a different
application of a common scale.
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