Sure. But how? In a week? After 2 weeks?
No, 3 weeks might be a viable goal. Or one that would be easily achievable in the same amount of time.
The point is that it’s impossible to learn and understand every guitar lick in a session. Even someone who has the most experience can’t always learn every single lick.
But the reason is simple. Because there are so many different guitarists (or guitarists, if you prefer), and they’re going to want to learn and master a few certain licks before moving to the next. When you know how to play a lick, which one is next on the list will be in your mind. It depends on the other songs you play.
This is not to say that you can learn everything by learning only the first few seconds of a lick. That’s impossible. But it shouldn’t be considered as a reason to not learn the “basic basics” of playing a lick. If someone has a guitar teacher that tells him to learn just the first 30 seconds of a lick, well, he may need to start learning all of those.
When you know your stuff and know how to play everything else, you can learn a few licks and move on.
So, what have you learned? What’s next?
More on this at the bottom.
If you’d like to learn how to play some popular licks of rock guitar – I’ve got you covered. Read on.
And now, a lesson of how to pick a good pick – and how to use it well.
How to Pick a Good Pick
By Jason Haffen
Why Should I Pick a Good Pick?
Pickers need to be able to do something. They need to “feel” something – feel the texture of the pick. Think of a guitar like a piano. The key is to pick well and you can do this in several ways.
One kind of picking I would like to talk about is the “feel” or impact of the pick. A pick that feels like a guitar string might work for people who want to play rock, blues, country, blues, jazz, or country. It might work for people who want to play a more bluesy style. It might help some people who don’t like playing hard-to-read pickering (like a lot of people who’ve fallen out of the pick-picking sound). It might
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