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Rockin' Blues Licks

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Dave Celentano
Publisher Cherry Lane Music Co Inc
Grade Intermediate/Advanced
Catalog # 02501760

Price: $14.99

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Rockin' Blues Licks Composed by Dave Celentano. For Guitar. Published by Cherry Lane Music Co Inc. (Catalog # 02501760, UPC: 884088634315)

If you're a blues guitarist who wants to know how the legends build their solos, then this book is for you! Rockin' Blues Licks gives you more than 50 cool licks that sound great over each portion of the blues progression. They are presented in two-measure chunks – organized by where they fall in a standard 12-bar blues progression – so you can enrich your blues vocabulary and assemble your own solos with actual licks as played by 15 greats, including: Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Jerry Garcia, Buddy Guy, Warren Haynes, Jonny Lang, Keith Richards, Muddy Waters and more! All licks are authentic, note-for-note quotes. The CD features recorded demos of all examples, plus fast, medium & slow jam tracks so you can play your solos over a full rhythm section.

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