101 Awesome Rockabilly Guitar Licks
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- play more than 100 guitar licks in the style of 1950s rockabilly/rock and roll
- transpose and alter those licks to incorperate them into their own songs
- recognize various chord shapes and scales
- You should be familiar with some basic chords and some simple melody playing.
- It's definitely an advantage if you know how to read guitar tabs, but it's not required
- Guitar pro or a similar software to read and play guitar tabs would be nice, but I will also provide all tabs in PDF format.
if you started to play some rock'n'roll and rockabilly, but you have a hard time to figure out what your heroes played in the songs you love. Or you might be stuck with the same licks that you play over and over, and you're looking for new inspirations. Then is the right course for you! I searched my archives to teach a you a wide selection of classic and obscure licks and phrases. We will start pretty simple, but you'll learn also some advanced licks and concepts.
In this course you'll learn
- 30 rockabilly intros as played by Scotty Moore, Carl Perkins, Cliff Gallup and others
- 38 solo ideas by mainly obscure but fantastic guitar players
- the theory behind the licks and learn how to modify them
- how to use augmented, diminished and dissonant ideas
- 15 intro to slow songs
- 11 rock'n'roll endings
- 8 of my favourite licks that I play in my own compositions
- This course is meant for guitar players who have played guitar for at least a year or so.
- They should be able to play simple melodies and chords on the guitar.
- I assume, that you are interested in 1950s rockabilly/rock and roll
- This course is not for you, if you have just started to play the guitar
In this lecture I will play a solo first that is made up of several intros, you will learn two Roy Orbison Intros, the main lick from Sneaky Pete and the Intro to Midnight Train by Johnny Burnette