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Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell
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Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell  (4/4 - Key D)

Key D:
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    _   _   _ _ _     ___ 
   | | | | | | | |   |   |  | | |
e|-----------------|--------------|
B|-----------------|--------------|
G|-7---7-----7-----|-9-s10s-9-7---|
D|-7---7-----7-----|-9-s10s-9-7---|
A|-------8-9---8-9-|--------------|
E|-----------------|--------------|


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Key A (Transposed - Original Key D):
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    _   _   _ _ _     __ 
   | | | | | | | |   |  |  | | |
e|-----------------|-------------|
B|-----------------|-------------|
G|-2---2-----2-----|-4s-5s-4-2---|
D|-2---2-----2-----|-4s-5s-4-2---|
A|-------3-4---3-4-|-------------|
E|-----------------|-------------|
        
 
 

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Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell
Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell
Southern Rock Lick is a free video guitar lesson by Jody Worrell that will teach you how to play a lick in the key of D. The use of double stops and syncopation in this lick really give it the feel of a Lynyrd Skynyrd riff. Check out the tab and try practicing the lick along with Jody.

You know this is in the D Position because it is pulled out of this D Barr Chord shape - you bar the B, G and D strings at the 7th fret with your index finger and mute the A string with the end of your index finger and the E string with your thumb - all you get is the chord and none of the lower strings.

Source: FreeGuitarVideos.com

Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell




Southern Rock Lick - Jody Worrell
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 8/26/2013
Tab By: willc
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