3 Steps to Master ANY Guitar Lick

3 Steps to Master ANY Guitar Lick

Learning difficult guitar licks can be easy, if you approach them the right way. In this lesson, a show a simple 3 step process to master any lick.

The first thing you do, is break the lick you are learning into smaller, manageable sections. As a simple rule, these licks should be no more than 6 – 8 notes.

The second step is to practice each of the small sections VERY SLOWLY. You will be amazed out how comfortable you can get with a lick if you just slow it down, and concentrate on all the small movements until you can play them flawlessly.

Step 3 is to slowly combine the small licks together. You still practice these slowly and with a metronome, and, if you are still making mistakes, you should go back to step 2 and work on the problem areas.

In this lesson I provide a sample lick to demonstrate this entire process. This is the strategy that I use myself to get my licks down, and I think it will work for you too. Try it out, and let me know how it goes!

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