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Justin's Completely Free, Rock Guitar Lessons. This is Lesson RH-003. Lesson 3.
This was the first ever fast rock lick that I learned as kid beginner getting into metal. It is a very versatile little lick and here I show you a few variations on it so you can get stuck in :)
Picking should be down on the first note and then up for the next picked note. so it goes... down pick, hammer, flick, up pick on the next string! Sorry I forgot to mention it in the vid... I ran out of time.
Equipment - Red 80's Fender Strat - using bridge pickup (a Seymour Duncan Cool Stack) into a Keeley modified Blues Driver pedal into a Mesa Boogie 5:25.
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Taught by Justin Sandercoe.
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