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Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell
* Audio file extracted from Jody Worrell’s website

Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell  (4/4 - Key E)

Key E:

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Key A (Transposed - Original Key E):

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Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell
Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell
Jimi Hendrix Style Lick is a free video lesson by Jody Worrell where you will learn a Hendrix inspired guitar lick to play a ballad in Em. Jimi had a knack for bringing a mixture of tone and energy to his solos even when playing on a slower song.

Jody will take you note by note through this lick making sure you learn how to play it properly. By letting notes ring and adding some tricky bends, we can help recreate some of that legendary tone. After learning the lick, you'll have the opportunity to practice it along with the backing track to work on your timing. To learn more soloing ideas like this, check out our premium Jimi Hendrix Style lesson package.


Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell

Jimi Hendrix Style Lick - Jody Worrell
Adder: Bill Charrette [ willc ]
Date: 11/29/2014
Updated: 11/7/2019
Tab By: willc
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