learning the guitar, free guitar tabs, fingerstyle licks 4 lessons, fingerstyle, ugol


Learning the Guitar - Fingerstyle Licks 4

Fingerstyle Guitar - Fingerpicking Licks 4 | Get free guitar tabs and learn several fingerstyle guitar picking patterns with variations from this free guitar lesson.

Georgia Luthier Supply

  • Fingerpicking Licks 4 Tips
  • Fingerpicking Licks 4 Tab

Bookmark and Share Subscribe
Learning The Guitar - Fingerstyle Licks 4

Picking up a lick for fingerstyle guitar always gives a guitar player a lift. If you hear something that really catches your ear, you want to be able to replicate it and that is what learning the guitar does to us, we always want more!

This series in Learning the Guitar Licks, are little passages that I have picked up over the years from both fellow players and the pros.

Some of them only sound good when played up-to-speed so don't discount them until you can do that. You should also play them up to speed in the Guitar Pro file so you can get an idea of what they sound like, although it is hard to capture the exact sound in a software program - it comes pretty darn close.

Most of these licks are take-offs from Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed and Merle Travis, to me the kings of fingerstyle guitar and they are brought to you for this Learning the Guitar Series.

I have kept each of these lesson licks short and to the point for a reason. It is very easy to get overwhelmed with playing lick and therefore you will not practice them properly. Most of the licks are 2 measures long, with the occasionally longer lick being thrown in for good measure.

Fingerstyle Licks typically take a lot of energy to play properly and they can really show off your guitar abilities. Most guitar players store them away by memorizing them and you can then 'pull them out' as needed.

One thing you should strive to do is to keep your finger movement on your left hand to a minimum. Hold like note fingers in place, while switching other fingers. This serves to 'anchor' your hand and gives you greater speed and smoothness.

Also if you do need to move fingers, keep the movement as low to the strings as you can. Do it in slow motion and see how minimal you can keep your finger movements.

Learning The Guitar - Fingerstyle Licks 4 - Downloads

Learning the Guitar Fingerstyle Licks 4 - Here is the PDF file of this Lick: PDF File Lick 4

Learning the Guitar Fingerstyle Licks 4 - Here is the Guitar Pro file of this Lick: GP File Lick 4



Learning the Guitar - Guitar Lesson Courses:

Jamborama
The Original 'No Subscription' Guitar Course for Beginners Experience the Satisfaction of Mastering the Guitar in the Comfort of Your Own Home.

Guitar Theory Made Simple
Guitar theory explained simple & easy! Tons of positive customer feedback, excellent companion to complete guitar courses. Great for beginners and intermediate players.

Adult Guitar Lessons
Are you over 40 and desire to play the guitar? Over 100 video lessons targeting the learning guitar "later in life" niche.

Brand New Country Guitar Lessons - Doug Seven
Learn the most famous Guitar Licks and Techniques in Nashville today (not twenty years ago). Styles like Brent Mason, Johnny Hiland, Albert Lee and Danny Gatton Guitar Riffs... Instant download, Full Tablature, Backing Tracks and Slow Down Software!


Learning The Guitar - Fingerstyle Licks 4 - How To Play Them

Play these tabs very slowly and follow along with the associated Guitar Pro file in "Practice Mode". This will allow you to start very slowly and then each time through you can increase the speed by a increment that you select in the file.

The main element you should derive from this lick is the chord form for the triad in which you play what we call a"pinch" in fingerstyle lingo. This means that you play multiple notes - usually 3 or 4 with all fingers of the right hand, at the same time.

This lick introduces something new to you, which you will see quite often in fingerstyle guitar playing. Often when you play treble notes together with bass notes, one will ascend, or go higher in pitch and at the same time the other will descend, or go lower in pitch.

Use this lick as an ending for a song in the key of C Major. It is quite a simple passage (unless you are newer to fingerstyle) and you will be able to transpose it into different keys if you like.

Learning The Guitar - Fingerstyle Licks 4 - Read Those Tab Notes:

Just as a fine fingerstyle teacher would do, I have noted the nuances of the difficult areas of the licks. Sometimes I have to note every note in the tab because there are so many turn-around's, pull-offs, hammer-ons, bends etc.!

The most important lesson in this lick is again to hold your left hand chord forms as long as possible. Position your fingers at the beginning of the chord change and hold them for the duration of the chord (noted by the heavy dotted line in the tab notes).

There is just a hint of a bass run in the 2nd measure on the G7 chord. It gives a little more flavor to the lick and transitions nicely in the C chord change.

This lick, or one similar to it can be played in the key of E Major too. We will go over that lick if future lick lessons.

Learning the Guitar Fingerstyle Licks 4 - C Major Chords Consist of the following:

C Major = C Major, F Major and G7th

Relative Key of AMinor Consist of the Following:

C#minor, F#minor, G#7th



Learning the Guitar - Fingerstyle Lick 4:
Fingerstyle Pattern 1a

Learning the Guitar - Guitar Lesson Courses:

Jamborama
The Original 'No Subscription' Guitar Course for Beginners Experience the Satisfaction of Mastering the Guitar in the Comfort of Your Own Home.


Adult Guitar Lessons
Are you over 40 and desire to play the guitar? Over 100 video lessons targeting the learning guitar "later in life" niche.


Brand New Country Guitar Lessons - Doug Seven
Learn the most famous Guitar Licks and Techniques in Nashville today (not twenty years ago). Styles like Brent Mason, Johnny Hiland, Albert Lee and Danny Gatton Guitar Riffs... Instant download, Full Tablature, Backing Tracks and Slow Down Software!


Learning the Guitar - Fingerstyle Lick 4 - Tab Notes Lesson:
Fingerstyle Pattern 1a