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Playlist of Open position blues guitar licks in E

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  • Open position blues guitar licks in E - BL004

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    Here are some key of E blues guitar licks in open position in the style of Lightnin' Hopkins, Freddie King, and Stevie Ray Vaughan. All three were some of the many great Texas blues guitarists. If you're interested in the tab email me at TedKirkend@gmail.com and please send $5 to my PayPal account, also at tedkirkend@gmail.com. Please include the name of the lesson in the subject line.

  • 10 Stevie Ray Vaughan Style Open String Blues Licks in the Key of E - with Tabs

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  • 3 Must know Open Position E Run and Licks

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  • Acoustic Blues Guitar Lesson - Open Positon E Run and Licks

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    Hey guys, Marty here, hope you have a great weekend! I put together another acoustic blues lesson for you this time focusing on one of my favorite open e scale runs! I hope you have fun with it and thanks for supporting MartyMusic!

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  • Open Position Blues Guitar Lick | GuitarSkills.com Lessons

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    ...check out this Blues Lick where Charl demonstrates how he uses hammer ons and pull offs in his playing. Used in a very specific way these techniques will make your blues licks sound effortless and professional.

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  • Open String Blues Guitar Licks

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    Open String Blues Guitar Licks
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    In this lesson, taught by Bobby Harrison, we take a brief look at some open string licks in a variety of keys.

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  • Stevie Ray Vaughan Open String Blues Licks

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    Open String Blues - Stevie Ray Vaughan Style Licks
    Nail the open string blues scale plus two awesome open string blues licks in the style of the great Stevie Ray Vaughan. Grab full tab for this lesson in my free 'Blues Guitar Tab Bundle' here:

    Learn how to create amazing blues guitar solos with the open string blues scale and play open string blues licks in the style of players like SRV, Hendrix, Clapton, Freddie King and others.
    I'll show you how to play E blues scale using the open strings and many cool ways you can use this scale in your guitar solos, using strings bending, slides and more. So let's get into it!

    Here's a breakdown of what you will learn in this video:

    0:46 Let's take a look at how we play the E scale using the open strings. This scale shape is great for making up lots of 'twangy' open string licks...a favorite of players like Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix and others.

    0:58 Open String Licks - Lick #1
    This is a classic open string lick that Stevie Ray Vaughan used a lot in his solos. This one sounds great used as a blues turnaround over a 12 bar blues in the key of E.

    2:57 This part of the lick uses a cool double stop sliding move. Notice how it's outside our sliding shape slightly. We'll talk about this here and how to use this little trick in your solos.

    4:42 Carrying on the lick
    Notice how you can hammer the B flat note and make it sound more fluid and smooth.

    5:17 Closing the lick with a strumming on the B7 chord and an open E bass note. This B7 leads us back to the start of the 12 bar blues in E.

    5:57 Let's hear the whole phrase...

    6:16 Open string lick #2.
    Here we are using a cool string bend on the G string and a double stop slide. These are both great resources to use in your own solos.

    7:06 Where does this other slide comes from?
    This will make a difference to your solos! Playing the same note with 2 different strings instead of just playing open E string, makes it more intense and powerful.

    8:32 Let's hear the whole lick now.

    8:39 Summary of lesson and some more tips with demonstrations.


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  • Essential Blues Lead Guitar Lesson - How to Use the Open Pentatonic Rock Scale

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    Hello friends,
    and welcome to another Swiftlessons Lick of the Week! In this tutorial I'll break down one of my go-to rock and blues guitar licks within the open position of the E minor pentatonic scale. Use the attached “Anatomy of the Open Em Pentatonic Scale” diagram to memorize the numeric intervals associated with each note in the scale. Once we’ve familiarized ourselves with the intervals within this scale position, I’ll show you how to adjust our lick for each of the common chords in a standard blues progression in they key of E. Let’s get started!

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  • Open Position E Blues Lick - Daily Blues Licks #2

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    In this series of lessons I’m going to attempt to cover every classic blues lick you’re likely to encounter in the blues/rock genre. Every 15 licks I’ll put some of the licks together for you to make a solo so you can see how they fit together. If you have a favourite blues lick it’s likely to be here! So be sure to check each day and subscribe so you don’t miss you’re favourite!

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  • Open Position Blues Scales Guitar Lesson | Guitar Tricks

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    In this guitar lesson, Anders will teach you the open blues scale in the open position. Unlike the pentatonic blues scale in the fifth position and higher up the neck, this lesson will focus on only the open strings.

    First you have to imagine that the nut is just another fret and then you can play the scale like any other pattern. This is called the open position blues.

    Once you know the pattern, you can take any blues lick and adapt it to this open pattern. With that being said, you can get a number of unique sounds from playing at the open position. Watch on to learn about these new, bluesy licks using only the open strings.

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  • Key of E Acoustic Blues Licks

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  • Another Easy Acoustic Blues Lick in E

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    Maybe the easiest acoustic blues lick ever?

    This MICRO LICK consists of just 4 notes and is played with just one finger. This is a great quick lick to throw into your blues rhythm playing to spice things up a bit.

    MICRO LICKS, like this one and the others in this series, are tiny lick fragments that become great building blocks for longer licks. But for the budding finger picking blues player, they work just fine on their own. Consisting of only three or four notes, these little guys may be simple but they are tasty.

    Remember: 'simple' or 'easy' doesn't mean 'boring' and these MICRO LICKS are great examples of that.

    Not only is the lick in this video super easy to nail (it's only four notes) but, this lick is incredibly versatile. I'm using this lick as a part of the classic blues shuffle pattern in E, but you can stick this lick into just about any groove.

    The use of the open strings in this lick really add some nice overtones if you let them ring a bit like I do in the video. The other cool thing about a lick like this that makes use of open strings is that it frees up your fret hand to move into the next position. That's one of the best reasons that this lick works so well to color your rhythm playing.

    Practice moving in and out of the typical blues rhythm shuffle pattern and this lick. If you need help, watch the video. I do this multiple times during the lesson. Also, be sure to check out the website for the complete lesson:



    Preview for the next lesson: We'll start linking these MICRO LICKS together to build longer licks. This is where the magic of MICRO LICKS really takes off.

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    There, I'll show you how to get started playing some sweet finger picked acoustic blues.

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    PS - If any of these licks make you think you'll never be able to play them, think again! Start with these small MICRO LICKS and keep at it. It takes tons of practice to play even the smallest lick, riff or chord on the guitar. But that's why we do it, right? For the challenge and the reward! So, keep at it!

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  • Blues Guitar Lessons - Boogie Woogie - Brad Carlton - Open Position Forms

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    This lesson presents the basic boogie-woogie pattern (5, 6, b7) in the keys of E, A and D. You'll learn how to efficiently execute the fingerings with economy of motion. This pattern resides on two adjacent strings the lower of which will always be the root, and the 5, 6 and b7 scale degrees will be played on the higher string. The lower string will always be open and the 5, 6 and b7 will always occur in the 2nd, 4th, and 5th frets of the higher string. You will finger these boogie-woogie patterns with the 1st, 3rd, and 4th fingers.

  • 5 Simple But Sexy Blues Guitar Licks!

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    5 Simple But Sexy Blues Guitar Licks!

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    Want to add some open-string spice to your blues guitar licks repertoire?

    Like in all good blues guitar lessons, we’ll be learning some blues guitar licks that take simple pentatonic ideas and make them sound professional and interesting! At the end of the day, that’s the sound we all want.

    These particular blues guitar licks cover a variety of techniques that will improve your abilities on how to play blues guitar, as well as how to play guitar scales in general.

    I’ll break down each of these blues guitar licks for you, one by one, and cover the techniques necessary that you’ll need to pull these off right.

    If you’re wanting to improve on how to play guitar scales, these blues guitar licks will add a new element of attitude and mojo that’ll definitely turn some heads!

    You can play these along with a backing track, at a jam session with friends, or even when it’s just you and your guitar. NOTHING is off limits.

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  • Open Blues Guitar Lick in E - Blues Guitar Lesson

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    Here´s Billy Crabbe with an easy open lick in E blues.



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  • Open String Lick with E Minor Pentatonic Scale - Blues Guitar Lesson

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  • Open Position Pentatonic Scale Lick in E Minor - Easy Guitar Lesson on Pentatonic Licks

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    The pentatonic scale is a fundamental scale for genres of music ranging from blues to country to rock. A lot of you are familiar with playing pentatonics in closed scale positions, but you can also play a pentatonic in the open position to give you a new outlook on a scale you’re already familiar with and probably use frequently. In this pentatonic scale exercise, Robert uses primarily an Em pentatonic, although there are some chromatic tones thrown in. These tones can be used judiciously. Robert breaks down the scale for you note by note and shows you an alternate picking pattern to play it. There are some pull-offs at play as well that you can use to add a smooth transition between notes. Robert discusses in detail the use of the notes outside the scale and encourages you to use them to explore beyond the boundaries of your creativity. Robert doesn’t only encourage you to use the chromatics, but he shows you some of the best ways to accomplish using the notes in a musical way. This is a powerful pentatonic scale exercise that offers a great deal of functionality. Not only can you make immediate use of it as a practice tool, both for developing your ear and increasing your knowledge of where to find scales, you can use it in real-world playing situations. If you’re new to pentatonic scales, you can check out other videos by Robert that discuss the pentatonic scale and its musical uses. The pentatonic scale is one of the most versatile in music, and this open position pentatonic scale exercise offers it to you in a new way, allowing you to expand on the concept and giving you a new way to way to apply it to what you already know about pentatonics.

  • 5 Blues Licks in 5 Positions

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    Here’s the first in a series of videos on expanding your abilities and “vocabulary” across the fretboard – becoming more fluent and free in your playing. This video is a jump-start into 5 minor pentatonic positions, giving you a lick in all 5 of them. Enjoy!

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  • Blues Licks in open E

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    This is just a combo of a bunch of blues licks I have come up with over the last little bit. Not too much to it, but I hope you can learn something new and enjoy my music!

  • E Blues Scale Guitar Lesson - Lick 2 - Blues Rock Soloing Guitar Lessons

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  • Simple Acoustic Blues Guitar Lick in E - Train Whistle Lick

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    Being a good guitar player is all about doing the little things and doing them well. Over time, they add up to something incredible. There is no special sauce, there is no 'learn how to play guitar in a weekend' DVD that will instantly make you a guitar guru.

    It just doesn't happen. BUT, practicing hard and smart WILL get you there.

    Look at any of your favorite guitar players, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, BB King, Robert Johnson...you get the idea. Each of them started with the basics and put in a ton of hours to become the legends they are today.

    What this video shows you is that 'basic' doesn't mean 'boring'. When I first began learning guitar, I hated practicing scales. I just wanted to play like my heroes. So I started strumming Michael Row the Boat Ashore....What the?? Um, thanks but no thanks Mel Bay!

    Looking back, I can see so many 'cool' things that I could have started with instead of that song.

    Whether you play with a flat pick or you're wanting to get into fingerstyle acoustic blues guitar and play like Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt or Blind Boy Fuller, start with simple little licks like the one in the video. I call them MICRO LICKS.

    They are tiny lick fragments that become great building blocks for longer licks. But for the budding finger picking blues player, they work just fine on their own.

    There's probably not a lick more recognizable that this 'train whistle' lick that works beautifully in E blues. If you want to play the blues, you have to know how make the train whistle sound. Period.

    I mean, it's the blues :)

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  • Open E Tuning Chords and Licks Guitar lesson

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    A basic lesson on finding chords and licks in open E Tuning. All the licks and chords that work in open D Tuning work in open E Tuning too. The intervals are all the same. You're just tuned a whole step up, or two frets up.

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  • Easy Blues Licks in E

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    Here's some simple beginner blues licks using the E minor pentatonic scale
    If you have a lesson request for any lick or song you'd like to learn just leave a comment and I'll do my best to make a video lesson for you. Thanks for watching!

  • Easy E Minor 10 minor Blues Licks Lesson

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    How to play the blues in E minor (Em). Learn 10 easy blues licks over an E minor backing track for electric guitar. Structure of the Guitar Lesson:
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    - All 10 licks taught individually with tab
    - Common chord progressions for 12 bar blues in a minor key
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  • Lickorama Ep42: Open String Blues Lick In E

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    Lickorama Ep42: Open String Blues Lick In E
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    Welcome to Episode 42 of my “Lickorama” YouTube series. I make no excuses for the cheesy name. The aim is to give you regular, short, lick-based guitar lessons in a variety of styles.

    In this lesson, we look at a blues lick in the key of E that incorporates some open strings.

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  • Key of E Pentatonic licks

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  • Easy Blues Rock Lick in E Minor - Electric Guitar Lesson on Blues Licks

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  • Bluesy Lead Guitar Lesson 1st position

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    A very nice bluesy riff using E minor blues pentatonic in your 1st (or open) position using open strings and pull offs. Great for all styles. Rock, Blues, Country and Jazz. PLEASE let me know what you think. That's how I improve my lessons. Give me your suggestions. :) Visit weirguitarlessons.com A donation through PayPal will help with the continued production of my guitar video lessons, GOD Bless

  • Beginner Blues Guitar Lesson - Lead Guitar Tricks and Licks in E

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    A quick tour of the lead guitar possibilities found in the blues scale. In this lesson, I break down this open position scale, and demonstrate three useful licks in the styles of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Eric Clapton, and Muddy Waters. In my next video, we will branch out into the pentatonic extension, before finally discovering B.B's Box, keep checking back!
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  • 10 Bluesy Licks in the Key of E - Guitar Lesson

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  • Top 25 BADASS Open String Song Riffs from 1950-2013 in E minor w/ FretLIVE

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  • Blues Lick in E

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    Hey guys! Here is another Blues Lick for you. This one is in the key of E, and based on the E minor blues scale with added major 3rd. Practice it slowly, try to incorporate it into your own playing, and make it your own. Practice well and have fun!

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  • 6 Upbeat Blues Licks in E! With Tabs!

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  • Three Fast Blues Guitar Licks for the Evolving Soloist - Part 1

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    Part 1 of my new three part series on blues guitar licks! In this lesson I break down lick #1, an explosive descending run in the open position, played over an shuffle in the key of E. This lick can be played over major and minor keys and at varying tempos! Stay tuned, licks two and three are on the way!
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  • E Blues Licks by Max Milligan.

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    Here are some blues licks you can try in the key of E. I'm mixing E major pentatonic with E blues scales. Mainly in one position but there a re a few other licks you may want to work out in different positions,Tabs are available at and check out my Playseries DVD's for Acoustic Guitar
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  • Bag O Licks for Guitar– Key of E!

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  • Must Know Blues Lick Key of E

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    And welcome to another lick of the week tutorial! In today's lesson I'll be teaching you a professional open string blues lick in the key of E. We'll begin with a review of the blues scale in the open position before breaking this lick into two sections for easier learning. Let's get started!
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    Hi Guys i thought I'd put together this little video based on a blues lick centred around the Nut.
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    Love the Blues and want to get better FASTER? Then learn all the shortcuts you can and keep it FUN. That's what Marty Schwartz has been doing for years: helping hundreds of thousands of guitarists at all levels around the world with their blues guitar playing.

    Turns out there are only a few simple moves required to capture the exact sound of some of the greatest blues legends? Want proof? Then click the link below to learn a signature trick from Eric Clapton, as well as that sweet sound from B.B. King, and a couple awesome licks from Stevie Ray Vaughan:

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