Drill #51 – Paul Gilbert Style String Skipping Legato Guitar Lick

CLICK HERE for Tabs Today’s drill is a Paul Gilbert Style String Skipping Legato Guitar Lick using the minor pentatonic scale, hammer ons, and pull offs. This is also a great stretch exercise for the fretting hand, as the notes are configured in a 5-fret spread. Here are a few tips: Focus on the rhythm. … Continue reading “Drill #51 – Paul Gilbert Style String Skipping Legato Guitar Lick”


3 String Skipping Blues Scale Licks

CLICK HERE for Tabs In this lesson, I show you how to play 3 string skipping blues scale licks on guitar. I have to say that I went a bit out there and made them especially confusing and difficult – that way you’ll get a lot of technique out of them. They sound pretty cool … Continue reading “3 String Skipping Blues Scale Licks”


Drill of the Week #39 – Randy Rhoads Style Legato Lick

CLICK HERE for Tabs Every guitarist needs to develop legato technique on the guitar (hammer-ons, pull-offs – in this case it’s pull-offs), no matter what style of music. Randy Rhoads style legato is a great way to learn, simply because he had a lot of influences ┬áhe incorporated into his style, as well as many … Continue reading “Drill of the Week #39 – Randy Rhoads Style Legato Lick”


Drill of the Week #36 – Blues Guitar Lick

Click HERE for Tabs Rock music has it’s roots in blues, and blues licks are a key component to many guitar solos, as well as riffs. This blues guitar lick has many different elements crammed into it. Here are a few tips to get you started: Focus on intonation (tuning the bends). If you haven’t … Continue reading “Drill of the Week #36 – Blues Guitar Lick”


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