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Chicken Pickin’ Lick 3 in A

Lesson ID: A0218

Here is Chicken Pickin’ Guitar Lick 3 in the key of A. This is a fun country guitar lick that travels up the neck in a really creative way. We’re going to combine Lick 3 with Chicken Pickin’ Licks 1 and 2 to create a complete guitar solo that’s 12 measures long in total. After you learn all of the licks, practice them over the full-length backing track that’s available with this lesson post.

I prefer using Woodtone Triangle Picks (black) in .71mm for chicken pickin’ because shape, size, and flex of these picks feels perfect.

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jerseychicadee
jerseychicadee(@jerseychicadee)
3 months ago

I prefer the triangle picks myself.

John
John(@wjssavhotmail-co-uk)
2 months ago

Nice Lesson.

George Ovitt
George Ovitt(@nmgo)
2 months ago

Hi Devin: Thanks for this good solo. Like you, I play a Telecaster. I play through a Fender Blues Junior amp and was wondering what effects pedals you were using to get that nice twang? It’s the signature country sound, but tough (for me) to pull off.