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Tyler Grant returns with a pack of unique licks to add to your country playing. This series is all about vocabulary from the 50's through 2000's of Country guitar. From the legends that defined Classic Country to the virtuoso's of the 90's and early 2000's, this pack of 30 licks covers it all!
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Tyler Grant provides 30 unique Classic Country licks from the 50's through the early 2000's.
Tyler Grant offers up a pack of classic country vocabulary, just right for all your country playing. This pack spans the 1950's beginnings of country through the virtuoso era of the early 2000's players.
In this lick, Tyler Grant teaches a classic lick in the style of Luther Perkins.
In this Lick, Tyler teaches a Carl Perkins style lick in the Rockabilly genre.
Tyler Grant once again profiles the great Carl Perkins. This time you'll be working up the neck.
Lick four is another rockabilly lick, this time in the style of Doc Watson.
Lick 5 is a Jimmy Bryant inspired country bebop lick.
In this lick Tyler offers up a southwest style lick, inspired by country great Willie Nelson.
Here's another southwest country style lick, this time inspired by Grady Martin.
This lick is a James Burton inspired lick that utilizes double stop bends.
Here's another lick using double stop bends, this time in the style of Roy Nichols.
Lick 10 profiles the style of Chet Atkins in this cross-string lick.
This lick takes a nod from Don Rich during his playing with Buck Owens and the Buckaroo's.
Taking another look at the Buck Owens band, this one is inspired by Buck himself in the style of a polka.
Lick 13 profiles Roy Nichols again. This time using a sidestepping technique.
Here's a cross string lick in the key of E, inspired by James Burton.
Here's a lick in the key of A inspired by Clarence White.
Lick 16 is a bluesy country lick from the 70's inspired by Roy Buchanan.
Here's an Albert Lee inspired lick in the key of G.
In this lick Tyler provides a jazzy lick inspired by Glen Campbell.
Here's a lick profiling Eagles guitarist Bernie Leadon.
Moving in to the 80's now, Tyler offers up a lick in the style of Ricky Skaggs.
Lick 21 is a 1980's country lick inspired by Ray Flacke.
Here's a 1980's open position country lick in the style of Steuart Smith.
Lick 23 profiles the legendary 90's country singer and guitarist Vince Gill.
Here's a lick inspired by Diamond Rio guitarist Jimmy Olander.
Here's another 90's lick inspired by Pete Anderson.
Lick 26 profiles legendary country guitarist and picking virtuoso from the 90's, Brent Mason.
Continuing on into the 2000's and the picking virtuoso era, here's a lick inspired by Nashville superstar, Keith Urban.
Here's another hard hitting 2000's country lick inspired by Nashville superstar Brad Paisley.
Starting to wrap up this lick pack, Tyler offers up a lick designed to teach you additional Telecaster tricks.
For the final lick in this pack, Tyler offers up a lick designed to help you with speed on the Telecaster.
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Just got into this style. Pure awesomeness.
All. should have slow down mode
Do you just listen to the original artist and pick up what they're doing then create your own video?
This applies to all the lessons in this course.
Many great demonstrations of Tele techniques
I found the technique exercises useful.
I feel like I learned a lot of new material.
Very well delivered. I like how he showed how to use parts of the riff for improvisation by moving their position.
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