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Blues Scale lick
This is a little lick that I play to make sure that I am warmed up and ready to go. It's got influences of Slash, Randy Rhoads, and Eddie Van Halen. When playing this remember to start slow, learn the hand positioning and finger movements. This is played fairly quickly and is really fun to improvise off of, it also plays pretty good when using trill for the quick hammer on/pull off part at the beginning. Enjoy!
Note: This lick would be played over an A Minor chord, since it sits comfortable in the first box shape of A Minor Pentatonic. This would be a pretty cool little lick to be the "flair" or "flash" in a solo(A Minor/C major key). This one can really be helpful in getting your fingers to get used to the short, quick, fine, movements that are needed for the best possibly technical command of the instrument.
Also fun to use to make your friends go "ooh" and "ahh".
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