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Start by playing the C lick an octave higher. Play the F and G licks in the same octave but in a different position to match the same timbre of the C lick on the B and E strings. These licks sound a lot different on different strings!
After we get all three positions and some variations ready, we can put them all together. We'll play them over a simple 12 bar blues progression.
Play the C lick twice. Next up is the F lick once for the IV chord. Then, back to the C lick for the I chord again.
Now over to the V and IV chords. From here to the end, we'll play a shortened version of the lick to add some tension and drama as the progression draws to an end. Play the G lick, V chord, without the final two notes, ending short on the G, then move down and do the same thing with the F lick, IV chord. Finally, we'll do the same thing with the C lick, I chord and finally the G lick one more time for the V chord.
Next time through let's use the variations!
Start by playing the C lick an octave higher. Play the F and G licks in the same octave but in a different position to match the same timbre of the C lick on the B and E strings. Again, notic how these licks sound a lot different on different strings!
In the backing track play along, I'll play each variation on the 12 bar progression twice. I'll play all licks on the G and B strings the first time through, then the second time I'll play it with licks on the B and E strings. Then, I'll go back to the G and B strings. Finally, I'll play the licks on the B and E strings the last time.
The backing track starts with a high hat count-in.
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