Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 31

Tom’s ‘Lick of the Week’ Lesson 31. Tom Richardson teaches you one of his red-hot guitar licks every other Wednesday at LeftyFretz.com. Lick 31 shows how to add colour and variation to a minor pentatonic scale by adding just one extra note!

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 30

Tom’s ‘Lick of the Week’ Lesson 30. Tom Richardson teaches you one of his red-hot guitar licks every other Wednesday at LeftyFretz.com. Lick 30 is an example of how to use the Pentatonic scale with 3 note per string shapes instead of the usual box patterns.

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 29

Tom’s ‘Lick of the Week’ Lesson 29. Tom Richardson teaches you one of his red-hot guitar licks every other Wednesday at LeftyFretz.com. This week’s lick makes use of the Am pentatonic scale with some added diatonic arpeggios for extra spice.

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 28

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Wednesday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 28

This week’s lick shows how to add one note to the standard minor pentatonic scale to give it a Melodic Minor sound.

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 27

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Wednesday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 27

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 26

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Wednesday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 26

The next 10 licks are based on the Pentatonic scale. Each one uses a different idea or concept to help you create fresh sounding ideas and to break away from the common box patterns. There are countless things you can do with this scale and as pretty much every guitarist knows it, it’s much easier to include the ideas in your own playing!

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 25

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Monday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 25

This week’s lick is based on the diminished scale, which has a very distinctive sound. It is a symmetrical scale that is based on a pattern of repeating intervals (W, ½, W, ½, W, ½ …) and contains 8 notes instead of seven. Any scale shape, pattern or phrase can be moved up or down in minor 3rds (3 frets) and still work. The same can be done with chord shapes.

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 24

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Monday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 24

Lick 24 uses the Harmonic Minor Scale in G. Harmonic Minor – 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 7.

If you are not familiar with this scale, you can think of it as a natural minor scale with a raised 7th, which will help you to visualise the notes until you get to grips with it, without having to learn entirely new shapes all around the neck.

Tom’s Lick of the Week : Lesson 23

Tom Richardson is back again with another finger-twisting ‘Lick of the Week’Every other Monday Tom will publish a new lick lesson in video format along with a brief description and tabs.  These licks are aimed mainly at the intermediate and advanced level players, so get your game faces on!

If you have missed previous lessons then be sure to check out the ‘Lick of the Week‘ archives.  Also make sure to subscribe to the LeftyFretz YouTube Channel to make sure you get your fortnightly fix of left handed guitar licks from Tom ;)

Lick of the Week Lesson 23

Lick 23 uses the B Lydian Dominant mode built, from the 4th degree of the Melodic Minor Scale.

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