In this guitar lesson, you’ll learn several barn-burning bluegrass guitar licks that’ll turn some heads at your next bluegrass jam. We’ll also talk some more about how to use bluegrass licks, how bluegrass licks are structured around common bluegrass chord progressions, and how you can combine bluegrass licks to create catchy bluegrass guitar solos. By the end of this guitar lesson, you should be able to play a nice bluegrass guitar solo break over the bluegrass standard “Wreck of the Old ’97”.
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|Bluegrass Lead Guitar Improvising Tips
|Bluegrass Lick 1 over G Chord
|Bluegrass Lick 2 over C Chord
|Bluegrass Lick 3 over G Chord
|Helpful Tip for Improving Your Pull-offs