Quick Licks For Rock & Blues Guitar Players
What you'll learn
- 19 Different guitar licks, all designed to be short and to the point
- The guitar licks are primarily for rock or blues music and are written in a variety of key signatures and tempos
- Every lick is accompanied by a backing track to practice and jam along to
- These licks will greatly expand your bag of tricks to pull out during jam session and writing sessions
- Most of these licks are intermediate in difficulty so a student should have a solid understanding of basic playing technique, scales and picking patterns. Though they are taught step-by-step so beginners can follow along and be challenged
Quick Licks is all about short guitar lessons that get Right to the point and teach you how to play a short lick that is super fun, challenging and usable over most styles of music. The licks in this series will surely add to your soloing bag of tricks!
Broken up into 19 different lessons, the guitar licks you'll learn in this course span the most popular styles and genre's of music including: Blues, Rock, Jam Band and more.
Every lesson is complete with accurate downloadable guitar tabs, in PDF format and Jam Tracks to practice along with.
Beginners will find these licks to be challenging but we walk you through all the techniques and slow things down with a step-by-step approach to get them under your fingers.
Intermediate players will find them fun to learn and easy to incorporate into the licks and solo's they already know.
Learn them at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home. We recommend focusing on one new Quick Lick per week!
"Super Guitar Licks is the real deal if you are willing to practice what they have and follow their instructions, you will most definitely learn and see a real change in your playing. I learned some stuff, that last week I wouldn’t think i could do. If you haven’t tried it do so, you’ll be glad you did!
Who this course is for:
- Beginner to intermediate guitar players who are looking for short licks to expand their soloing ideas
My name is Mike Deiure and I wanted to introduce myself and give you some of my background as a guitar teacher and musician. I’ve been teaching guitar and piano professionally for over 15 years now and I have worked with literally hundreds of students. With this amount of experience I have come to find the necessary things for students to focus on learning so that they are interested in playing the guitar but also see fast results so that they will want to continue to learn and get better.
I started to study guitar at the age of thirteen after I had studied piano for eight years. It was players such as Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, Zakk Wylde, and John Petrucci that first got me into really wanting to learn how to rock on guitar and be the best I could be at it. I studied classical guitar for a few years at The State University of New York at Fredonia and then transferred into the Music Industry program at SUNY Oneonta. I began teaching full time right out of college in 02’ and have been doing it ever since. Over the years teaching has not only made me a better guitar player but has also given me the opportunity to work with many different students who all have different ways of learning. After years of trial and error I have been able to successfully find a style of teaching that has been proven to work with ALL of my students. As students progress and get better, they will always want to go in their own direction, however if a solid understanding of the basics has not been built, then they will find it difficult to play and write the music that they are most passionate about.