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30 Savage Rock Licks You Must Know is a collection of 30 fast and shred based licks that fit easily into many rock genres. The licks span sub-genre's of rock from plus to metal and feature techniques like sweeping and hybrid picking to produce blazing fast speeds.
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You'll learn 30 unique licks in the rock genre. From blues and swamp rock to blazing-fast metal, there's something here for everyone.
Jeffery Marshall returns to JamPlay to offer up a set of rock vocabulary sure to impress your friends. Using the backing tracks from his courses Next Level Pentatonics, as well as his Modern Blues and Rock genre study, these licks add practical vocabulary to those teachings.
To get things started, Jeff offers up a repeating shreddy pentatonic lick.
This lick is more complex and uses a "quasi" blues scale sequence to get its point across.
Lick 3 shreds on another Pentatonic scale.
Lick 5 is a sidestepping shred lick using the hybrid picking technique
Lick 5 is a sweeping arpeggio lick using several arpeggio shapes.
Using the concept from the previous lick, Jeff offers up some vocabulary with stacked arpeggios, this time in groups of five.
This shred lick uses a flat 5 minor pentatonic altered sound to blow your face apart.
Lick 8 is another shred lick using the Hybrid Picking technique.
This lick uses the minor blues scale and a healthy dose of alternate picking to blow up the blues.
Lick 10 in E Dorian is a descending scaler lick that shows off its parent mode.
This lick is a descending triad lick in G Lydian that uses groupings of five.
Lick 12 is another sidestepping lick that also uses a pedal tone.
In this lick, you'll use the sweep technique along with the blues scale to create a bluesy rock vibe.
This blazing lick incorporates string skipping along with the diminished scale.
Lick 15 is a triangular ascent across the fretboard using groupings of five.
Lick 16 is part 1 of a swamp rock-inspired lick in D Mixolydian.
Let's pick up where we left off with lick 16 and learn part 2 of the whole part.
Now let's learn the final part of this Swamp Rock lick and put it all together.
Lick 19 is a blazing melodic lick utilizing the left-hand legato technique.
Next up is a sequence-based lick using triads.
Lick 21 is another group of four sequence-based licks, this time in C minor.
This lick uses a 1-3-2 cell in the key of C minor to produce a bit of a falling down effect.
Lick 23 uses wide interval spacing in the key of E Dorian.
Here's another triad pair lick using the Mixolydian mode.
The Lukather is part blues, part chromatic, and all cool.
The name is all you need for lick 26! Jeff offers up a string skipping lick that utilizes groups of 5.
Here's another lick in the E Dorian mode.
Channel your inner 80's metal head with this pentatonic riff-based lick.
Like 29 is an E minor pentatonic tonality wrapped around an E Dorian track, to really create an outside mood.
To round out this lick pack, Jeffery offers up a string skipping lick in groups of 7.
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Just by saying that he was moving from one 'box' to another was great for understanding what was happening in this lick.
You can get a lot of mileage by dividing, & looping sections of this lesson.