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Fake Slide Guitar Lick - Robert Renman
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Fake Slide Guitar Lick - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key E)

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Fake Slide Guitar Lick - Robert Renman
A way to play a "fake" slide guitar lick. Sort of a George Thoroughgood type of lick, but without using a slide.

Robert Renman is a guitar teacher and performer in Canada. The website has many free guitar lessons for you to learn from. Robert specializes in blues guitar, as well as rock, jazz, funk, roots, blues, country and shred guitar. There are tons of useful and completely free guitar lessons here for you.

Just take a peek around and you will find many guitar lessons you can download in video format, and many also have Guitar Pro files and Tabs available. Most guitar lessons are of intermediate difficulty, although there are definitely quite a number of free guitar lessons for beginners too.


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Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 2/28/2013
Updated: 3/4/2014
Tab By: willc
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