10 EASY GUITAR LICKS Every Guitarist Should Know!

10 EASY GUITAR LICKS Every Guitarist Should Know!

Does your soloing need a little creative boost? Try playing through 10 of my favourite “easy” licks!
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19 comments

  1. Darrell,

    Can't thank you enough for these informative videos. It has changed my whole aspect of playing and I am improving daily. It has opened up a whole new level of creativity. Awesome stuff!!

  2. Easy licks to play, but when you are counting the time with your foot (paaaa. papa. papa. papa|), is not thaaat easy hahaha

  3. Brother you’re changing YouTube!!!

  4. Great video

  5. Thanks again! I've got some practicing to do.

  6. tottenham brasil Brasil

    Um abraço do tamanho do Brasil.
    Thank you

  7. i learned similar stuff from blues and Jimi Hendrix guitartab books 23 years ago. great video

  8. Hey! Why does your Les Paul Traditional and my Tribute come with cover plates for the various cavities, that have a rough texture instead of smooth glossy black plates that Standards and Deluxe have? Also, I noticed that the 3 position pickup switch is missing it's Rythm/Treble washer, just like my Tribute. Considering you payed much more for your Traditional, than I payed for my Tribute, they could of given you those very inexpensive extras. I bought the Tribute because I wanted the tone woods, sound, and specifications, but not the silly over the top price, considering the non-existent QC on the back end. I figured they'd have less to screw up on a non bound , natural honeyburst, with a simple lite nitrocellulose lacquer finish. For the most part I was right, and I couldn't have expected a Plek job on the cheaper guitar, (they only have 10 Plek machines at this time), but it wasn't bad, I just have to spend some time with her and get it set up right. I should buy a Plek ($200K) and start a little Shop in downtown Toronto. There's only one in Richmond Hill @ Cosmo, and one in Pickering @Yorkville Sound (Traynor), both are far from the city center, and backed up with orders. Weston Instruments in Ottawa is Ian Weston's excellent luthier shop, Ian Weston took University level Biology, Chemical and Organic Chemistry, and Physics to aid him in his understanding in the elements that guitars are composed of, before traveling to the UK to learn his lutherie at Totes School of Guitar Lutherie, returning to work for 4 years at LA Lutherie MF in montreal. Ian was the second person to own and be trained on a Plek machine in Canada, and is a certified repair center for Martin, Santa Cruz, and Taylor Guitars. The best attributes a guitar repair shop can have are experience, honesty, economy, and a willingness to stay cognizant of technologies and trends within the guitar repair industry. Weston Guitars has those characteristic qualities, and Ian is a very friendly, attentive person who is able to decipher your wants and needs for your instrument, and return it to you with your expectations easily exceeded.
    If you prefer the luthiers touch to be traditional and backed by years of working and virtuoso playing on guitars, look no further than Canada's not-so-well-kept -secret, Michael McConville of McConville Guitars in lovely London, Ontario, Canada. Michael is "World Famous" for his abilities with guitars, but is the only person who should be repairing or modifying your Gibson Les Paul. Whether it's his compensated nuts, perfect concert pitch intonation and setup, nullifying well known tuning issues, repairing and recouping lost equity in you guitar or correctly assess what you "actually" bought off kijiji, Michael is to Les Paul what Bob Villa is to pre -1940's American homes, or Chip Foose is to American hot – rods. Michael McConville can take a Les Paul Deluxe with a neck run over by a car, a control cavity pushed through to the other side of the guitar by a jealous ex, various deep gouging and chipping from being dragged behind a pickup truck down a gravel road, and make it gleam like the first day you bought it, hit perfect pitch, play better than you thought it could, and move it into first place out of all the guitars you play live. Meanwhile making it stronger than it was , tune and keep tune better, sound better, and makes your ex absolutely furious that she could destroy your #1 true love. The best part !!!! McConville still uses a repair price list, that belonging to a franchise music store, from the year 2001! What's the last thing you payed for at 2001 prices? Yeah, that's what I thought. McConville has excellent repair videos on YouTube, and they sell the famous String Tech Workstation, designed by Michael McConville for neck repair and setups, used by luthiers and professional touring guitar techs to perfectly align, intonate, repair, and setup guitars and basses, plus much, much more.

  9. 10 out of 10 sir ! Great content and excellent teaching. Its so refreshing to see someone break it down simply and take the time to demonstrate at different tempi. Thank you

  10. Lightning theBeast

    I don't even know what Licks mean
    I am hopeless

  11. Rakhitha Mutucumarana

    You just earned a subscriber. Awesome video

  12. Awesome video, of course it's all the in between licks you play between the lesson lick that has me chomping at the bit!

  13. Awesome !

  14. Awesome !

  15. Quite a challenge in acoustic nonetheless licks are great , thanks so much!

  16. You are a good teacher and I appreciate you taking the time to post these videos

  17. is it weird if i play this at an acoustic guitar ?

  18. Could you please tab what you were doing while playing with the beat cause the stuff you added in sounded nice

  19. You’re a legend

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