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Useful SVR Style Blues Lick - Robert Renman
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Useful SVR Style Blues Lick - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key B )

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Key E (Transposed - Original Key B):
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Useful SVR Style Blues Lick - Robert Renman
Here's a great SRV style lick that you can incorporate into a solo, and you'll sound great. I always think about reusability! Learn licks that can reuse in different situations.

Learn this cool SRV lick - see how I take a lick like this and turn into a part of my improvisation. This is how you should learn licks - make them part of your playing, so that you can add a lick seamlessly without thinking much about it.

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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 10/4/2013
Updated: 3/4/2014
Tab By: willc
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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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