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Short Cool Blues Rock Lick - Robert Renman
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Short Cool Blues Rock Lick - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key E)

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Key E (Transposed one octave lower):

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Guitar Lesson Overview

Here is a short blues rock lick that can come in handy. It has 6 notes, and if you play it repeatedly, it sounds really cool. Because it won't start on the same beat every time. I love doing those kinds of licks, since the displacement feature of the phrase makes it much more interesting to listen to. It's one of these type of licks you can use to give you a break, so to speak, when you are playing lead guitar. Grab the files below too.



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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 5/7/2013
Tab By: willc
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My Guitar SongbookThe Tab and Notation files are my own work and represent my interpretation of the songs. These files are put together and formatted in Notepad, transformed to MS Word and converted to pdf format to save or print the composition.

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The Lick samples are gathered from talented online teachers and tabbed in the key in which they were found. Many have been transposed in the Key of Am - at the 5th fret (a popular key when playing the Blues) or the Key of Em - the "guitar key" (all open strings belong to this scale and the most common key for Delta Blues).

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