We take the 2nd most important guitar lick in history and make it our own! We’ll discover all kinds of variations, then of course learn how to make it behave!
Hey @BanjoBen - thanks for this great lesson! I started watching the lesson late tonight and ended up watching the whole thing, then got so inspired I had to run and get my guitar - even though it was 10pm! I was having so much fun with this lick that I wanted to show you me trying it out. It’s not super polished since I had JUST learned the lesson, so there’s some mistakes, but I’d love to hear what you think! I really enjoy your guitar lessons! Thanks for everything you do!
Thanks Banjo Ben for this great lesson! It will take my rhythm up a step for sure! Wow @flatpicking_liby sounds like I’m not the only night owl who will start something late!
Oops! logged into my brother account!
Thanks for this lesson @BanjoBen I sure do love playing these guitar licks
Great Job Libby,
Hi Ben. This lesson is going to be very useful. I am going to enjoy getting proficient with it. I am curious what model that Martin is. I am starting to get that old I might need a new/another guitar itch and that one sounds and looks great.
Welcome to the forum @daniel.thomson!! I really love this lesson too😁
Love this lesson @BanjoBen!! I’d love to see more lick lessons in the future.
Great job Libby. The improv was really good!
Awesome! Here you go, try this out:
WOW a personal response! Thanks so much @BanjoBen! Going to go try all these variations now!
Daaaaaang! This looks exciting as all heck! You just TRYING to keep me home from work today, or what?! LOL, sure looking forward to it!
What do I think? I think Flatpickin’ Libby ROCKS!!! Keep up the great work, you’re doing great!!
In no time she learnt it… so I agree and for sure she does bluegrass!!
And as always, liked the lesson from Ben (in hairy picker getup for this time)!
Great lesson, I use this lick alot but mostly in the Key of D instead of G, along with a D run instead of the famous G run. I’m not a Gold pick member (not yet anyways, I’m hoping to become one if I win you essay contest for graduating seniors😁) so I don’t know if you talked about transposing this lick to different keys, but it really works well on the D position. I tried it in C but its not the same effect.
Cool, good luck in the contest! You should post a video here with you playing it in D position.
What contest are y’all referencing? Did I miss something?
The details are in an email @BanjoBen sent out earlier today.