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Gary Moore Repeating Lick Over D Minor - Robert Renman
* Audio file extracted from Robert Renman’s website

Gary Moore Repeating Lick Over D Minor - Robert Renman  (4/4 - Key D)

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Gary Moore Repeating Lick... - Robert Renman
Gary Moore Repeating Lick Over D Minor - Robert Renman
Lick Of The Week

This week, I have a Gary Moore inspired repeating blues lick for you. It's one of those licks you can just "milk" - play it over and over until you are satisfied.

It is very useful to know a few of these repeating licks, because they make for good "breathers", when you run out of creative improvisation. Then, just throw in a lick like this one.

Another Gary Moore Style lick played over D Minor. A repeatable lick, great to have as a staple lick on your shelf of ideas – repeat as long as you think it needs to repeat. A matter of taste

Played over a D minor chord progression – D power chord, C power chord, Bb power chord and back to a C power chord


Gary Moore Repeating Lick... - Robert Renman

Gary Moore Repeating Lick... - Robert Renman
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 2/8/2014
Tab By: willc
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