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Lead Licks (Bk/Cd)
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Title: Lead Licks (Bk/Cd)


Voicing/Format: Guitar Folio
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Koch, Greg
Catalog #: 00697345 Price: $10.99

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Are you tired of playing the same licks over and over again? Or maybe you just don't know what to play during your solo? Lead Licks is a unique book designed to increase your improvising vocabulary by taking a short phrase, or lick, and morphing it into different styles! This book with online audio examples pack covers rock, blues, jazz, country, and outside styles. It gives you major, minor and dominant 7th licks (12 of each!) plus a special exotic section. You'll have a lick for nearly any musical situation. The audio includes each lick played at full speed and at a slower practice tempo. Written by Greg Koch, Hal Leonard Guitar Method co-author, Fender clinician, and Favored Nations recording artist!
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