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Slower blues lick

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Here is a nice blues lick which sounds good when played fairly slow. It works faster too, but I think it works best played at a slower tempo. Lesson files will be up soon. Hope you like it.

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Comments on this video lesson:

Ron Towle said...

I can do a similar one,but this one is a nice alternative- Thanks Robert.

Comment added on November 11, 2011
jayanth kumar ogirala said...

Very Nice and Cool Lick. Robert Sir.

Comment added on September 11, 2010
Gene Moxbrucker said...

This is a great lick how can I learn the hole thing on the video.
please

Comment added on August 06, 2010
Glo said...

Thank you for all your videos and Pdf's. You take a lot of time to produce these and you never ever assume too much. You know how to break things down and do it slowly as well as fast!!! You have a great technique and a great personality for this kind of thing!!!When we finish with your lessons we can actually play something that sounds cool!!!
Regards

Comment added on August 19, 2009
Berre said...

Yeah I'd also like to know what you're doing at the end of the video, it sounds so awesome but I can't figure it out

Comment added on August 11, 2009
Vinny said...

Robert,

I love this slower blues lick. I use it a lot now. However, I can't figure out what your doing at the end of the video lesson (at about time 2:40 to the end). Can you post a another PDF?

Comment added on July 06, 2009
Brian said...

Hi Robert,
Love this lick.. I'm a beginner guitar player and love the blues.. I printed off the TAB in pdf but was disappointed that you didn't include that totally awesome turn-around. Any chance you can do that for us? Keep up the great work and thanks for everything you do!!

Comment added on May 01, 2009
Kevin Pence said...

I really like this slow blues lick you recently put on the site. I have tried to figure out the turn around that you use or the way you finish the licks and break into chords. I can't quite make out what strings you are playing for this. Do I need to purchase something to get the whole PDF. I printed off the PDF but it seems that it is for something else. Sorry, for having trouble with this. I learned your chicken pickin lick and play it all the time. Just want you to know I really thing your site is great!. I am disabled and don't see quite as well as I used to but I am willing to spend anything you consider reasonable for some of your full lessons. Do you have a list of what is on your DVD's or are they only for download?

Thank you,
Kevin

Comment added on April 19, 2009
Ron said...

Love the lick! Thanks for the PDF tab. all the time you put for these vids is much appreciated. You have really helped me improve my playing and understanding of the guitar. Cheers!

Comment added on March 25, 2009
ikhlass said...

Nice n cool lick.Thanks a lot, Robert.

Fr:Blues newbie.

Comment added on March 22, 2009
MadMike said...

Nice lick Robert!!

Cornercreek blueslovers

Comment added on March 20, 2009
Stefan Johansson said...

Another great lesson from the master stringbender!
Thanks for sharing it Robert!

Comment added on March 17, 2009

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