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  1. Ricardo Country Licks (#4793) - Page 1 by Ricardo Santos (390)
    I created these licks in G7, intercalating the pentatonic scale of Gm7 with untied ropes. <b>give me English...</b> seq|6_3|6_6|5_3|5_5|4_3|4_5|3_3|3_5|2_3|2_6|1_3|1_6|Gm7|seq
    Country · Intermediate · 27830 Hits · 3.38/5 (13 ratings) · Last modified: 9/12/2005
  2. Country Matters (#1708) - Page 5 by WholeNote Staff (593)
    Here's another example of the <b>"Dead Thumb"</b> technique. This one incorporates the constant bass line with sustained lead notes giving it a pedal steel guitar feeling.Unlike the previous example this one has a sweet, fol...(more)
    Country · Beginner · 250601 Hits · 4.62/5 (211 ratings) · Last modified: 10/17/2000
  3. Rockabilly Scales (#2479) - Page 2 by Howard Owens (3129)
    Scale #2 is much like the first, but with added notes on each string. <br/><br/> seq|1_3|1_2|1_0|2_3|2_2|2_0|3_3|3_2|3_0|4_2|4_1|4_0|5_2|5_1|5_0|6_3|6_2|6_0|seq Again, start slow and build up to speed with practice.
    Country · Intermediate · 62802 Hits · 4.03/5 (40 ratings) · Last modified: 2/23/2001
  4. Ricardo Country Licks (#4793) - Page 2 by Ricardo Santos (390)
    There is no lesson text for this page.
    Country · Intermediate · 27830 Hits · 3.38/5 (13 ratings) · Last modified: 9/12/2005
  5. Chromatic Twang (#149) - Page 1 by Tom Spaulding (74)
    Here's a little chromatic-tinged run to play over an A7 train beat groove. It descends from the root to the b7 and from the 5th to the 4th. <br/><br/><b><ALIGN=CENTER>HIGHLIGHTS</B> <br/><br/>Measure One: Pull off and hammer on all of ...(more)
    Country · Intermediate · 32299 Hits · 3.82/5 (51 ratings) · Last modified: 7/22/1999
  6. Country Matters (#1708) - Page 4 by WholeNote Staff (593)
    The use of a constant bass line combined with a moving lead line is very common in country guitar. There's a heavy blues feeling in this example. Country guitar has many influences. This constant bass line technique is known...(more)
    Country · Beginner · 250601 Hits · 4.62/5 (211 ratings) · Last modified: 10/17/2000
  7. Pedal Steel Simulator Licks (#147) - Page 2 by Sean Kelly (1525)
    This one is a little something I cooked up that shows the pedal-esque technique of long chords ringing while the notes within them step up or down. This takes some good sustain to pull of, and notice the bouncy swing quality ...(more)
    Country · Intermediate · 61061 Hits · 4.39/5 (72 ratings) · Last modified: 8/25/1999
  8. Altered Run over A7 (#130) - Page 1 by Tom Spaulding (74)
    This altered run uses Melodic Minor scales over an A7 chord. The first measure is G Melodic Minor: G-A-Bb-C-D. This gives us the b7-root-b9-11 of A7. <br/><br/>The second measure is from Ab Melodic Minor: Bb-C-Db-Eb-F. This give...(more)
    Country · Advanced · 28537 Hits · 3.63/5 (46 ratings) · Last modified: 7/16/1999
  9. Easy Country Lick (#8559) - Page 1 by Anthony Sanna (869)
    Lately I've been working on playing some licks and leads. I found this little lick which sounds like a little countryish. Now country is not usually my thing, but this cool little lick is an exception. Even if your not a coun...(more)
    Country · Beginner · 34653 Hits · 4.10/5 (63 ratings) · Last modified: 8/22/2004
  10. A Pull Off With Hammer On Lick (#6686) - Page 1 by Wesley Brannan (87)
    an example of a pull off with hammer on
    Country · Advanced · 32903 Hits · 3.05/5 (41 ratings) · Last modified: 6/29/2003
  11. Country Matters (#1708) - Page 2 by WholeNote Staff (593)
    Here's a look at just the bass line from the first page. If you had a hard time with the previous page just try to concentrate on the bass line alone in this example until you feel able to combine it with the chords. If you d...(more)
    Country · Beginner · 250601 Hits · 4.62/5 (211 ratings) · Last modified: 10/17/2000
  12. Pull Off Lick (#6685) - Page 1 by Wesley Brannan (87)
    a short lick but effective
    Country · Intermediate · 9843 Hits · 1.87/5 (15 ratings) · Last modified: 6/26/2003
  13. Country Matters (#1708) - Page 7 by WholeNote Staff (593)
    Now let's put a lick on top of the harmony shuffle. In musical lingo this lick is described as a series of <b>double-stops</b>. What that means in english is two notes played together. They don't necessarily need to be struck...(more)
    Country · Beginner · 250601 Hits · 4.62/5 (211 ratings) · Last modified: 10/17/2000