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Connecting The Patterns and Triads with The Low Lick

 

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Horizontal Country Licks

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Now let's check out how you can use the lower octave of the horizontal lick to connect the patterns, and after talking through that we'll try it out over the backing track with both the high and the low lick as options.

I hope you've enjoyed this tutorial on the new horizontal country licks. There's a million more cool things you can do with a concept like this, and we're just beginning to scratch the surface of it all. Once you start throwing double stops, open strings and bending tricks into the mix with these horizontal licks you'll be amazed by the crazy cool sounds you can start to work with in your lead playing.

Just make sure you lay the proper foundation for every new step you take, so that you don't rush ahead and have to start all over again later on. In this case that comes down to taking whatever extra time you need to just stare at the fretboard and try to connect all of these patterns. Have fun with it!
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