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Key of G – Lick 1

Bluegrass Guitar Lick 1 in G

Lesson ID: BL-G0001
Key: G Major
Scale(s) Used:

  • G Major Scale > 5th/1st/2nd Positions
  • G Blues Scale > 5th/1st/2nd Positions

Lesson Video

Slow Backing Track

Medium Backing Track

Fast Backing Track

Lick 1 Tablature

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Carl
Carl(@carl)
4 years ago

Devin, now this is cool! I love the format.

John
John(@johnmyhandymangmail-com)
4 years ago

yes, this is good,enjoy the positions box diagrams help me with chord voicing withing these scales. I like this ,,keep em coming Devin, don’t be shy! lol

Devin
Devin (@guest_1175)
4 years ago
Reply to  John

Thanks John! Plenty more on the way for sure. I’m finishing up a Willie Nelson style lesson right now…hope to have that posted this upcoming Monday or Tuesday, and then next will be some more bluegrass licks late next week…probably licks in E this time. Thanks for the comments!

Todd Patrick
Todd Patrick(@tenortodd)
4 years ago

As a complete “lick” beginner, it would be helpful to have the fingerings on the tabs…I’m having a hard time figuring them out. 0.5 is still too fast to write them down, and the sound cuts out at 0.25 speed…

Todd Patrick
Todd Patrick(@tenortodd)
4 years ago
Reply to  Devin

Thanks 🙂

charlesmanuels
charlesmanuels(@charlesmanuelsoutlook-com)
4 years ago

Hi Devin. My internet connection is extremely slow. I therefore download the pdfs and try to watch the full videos if my connection doesn’t conk out during the viewing. Where can I download the advanced tabs? Luv your teaching method

charlesmanuels
charlesmanuels(@charlesmanuelsoutlook-com)
4 years ago
Reply to  Devin

Thanks for the quick response Devin. I understand totally. Been playing guitar for a while and love and enjoy the lessons. Looking forward to when I’ll be able to string these tasty licks fluently together. Country music has always been my favorite.

Chris Comer
Chris Comer(@chris-comer)
2 years ago

So far so good. Nice one Devin.

kevin wright
kevin wright(@kevinwright1988)
2 years ago

whats the best way to learn all my scales
please tell whats the best is it just to look at the scale charts and memorize them or what

jerseychicadee
jerseychicadee(@jerseychicadee)
1 year ago

This is the first lick I learned when I joined CGO. I played it over and over and over until I got it. Lately I had stopped playing it and done other drills but this am I was surfing the library and hit this one again. I still got it. I must be getting better.

Joe Wiley
Joe Wiley(@joewiley)
1 year ago

Devin. I’m not sure how I’m suppose to use the back tracking the lick 1 in G.

Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy(@1malandro)
10 months ago

This sounds great when played in a slow bluesy style – with some G minor pentatonic thrown in!

Lori Parr
Lori Parr(@sunnyhunnybunny)
9 months ago

I 100% agree with Joe Wiley’s comment, it’s hard to know when to jump in with the lick, can you possible post an example of how its supposed to sound?

Allen Gibbs
Allen Gibbs(@allen-g)
6 months ago

Can we not print out the tabs ?

Jason Kluttz
Jason Kluttz(@jasmo777)
2 months ago

it would be nice to hear how you fit the run into the backing track.

Paul Murphy
Paul Murphy(@1malandro)
1 month ago

A fine lick!