MBGU Rock Guitar Masterclass Vol, 1 (eBook + Online Audio/Video)
60 Tapping Licks for Contemporary Rock Guitar
20926MEB
A collection of 60 of the best tapping ideas, concepts and licks based on 20 years of electric guitar playing experience.

Builds musical vocabulary - a veritable dictionary of licks, or rather a lick-tionary!

Most of these licks are in the key of A, since this is a key most guitarists are familiar with.Many are presented in either minor pentatonic, natural minor or Dorian scales, since these are the most often-used scales in rock improvising.

Encourages substitution with other m ...more
Product Number:
20926MEB
Format:
eBook + Online Audio/Video
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Pages:
64
Binding:
eBook
ISBN:
161911612X
ISBN13:
978-16191-1612-2
Series:
Mel Bay Guitar University
Publisher:
Mel Bay Publications, Inc.
Date Published:
10/22/2015
A collection of 60 of the best tapping ideas, concepts and licks based on 20 years of electric guitar playing experience.

Builds musical vocabulary - a veritable dictionary of licks, or rather a lick-tionary!

Most of these licks are in the key of A, since this is a key most guitarists are familiar with.Many are presented in either minor pentatonic, natural minor or Dorian scales, since these are the most often-used scales in rock improvising.

Encourages substitution with other modes by changing the appropriate intervals.

Includes access to downloadable companion audio and video online.
MBGU Rock Guitar Masterclass Vol, 1

Introduction ..............................................................................................................................................................4
A Few Things to Keep in Mind ................................................................................................................................5
Lick # 1 (Single String Minor Triad Triplets – Eddie Van Halen) ..........................................................................6
Lick # 2 (Single String Triad Triplets – Randy Rhoads) .........................................................................................7
Lick # 3 (Single String Triad Triplets Expanded) ....................................................................................................8
Lick # 4 (More Single String Triad Triplets Expanded) ..........................................................................................9
Lick # 5 (Tapped Harmonics – Eddie Van Halen) ................................................................................................10
Lick # 6 (Fake Echo – Jake E. Lee) .......................................................................................................................10
Lick # 7 (Two string Pentatonic triplets) ...............................................................................................................11
Lick # 8 (Open G string – Paul Gilbert) ...............................................................................................................11
Lick # 9 (Pedal Point - Part 1 – Yngwie Malmsteen) ............................................................................................12
Lick #10 (Pedal Point – Part 2 – Vito Bratta) .......................................................................................................12
Lick #11 (Pedal Point – Part 3 – Gary Moore) .....................................................................................................13
Lick #12 (Pedal Point – Part 4 – Dave Celentano) ...............................................................................................13
Lick #13 (Pedal Point – Part 5- Steve Lynch) .......................................................................................................14
Lick #14 (4 notes-per-string minor pentatonics – Joe Satriani) ...........................................................................15
Lick #15 (Minor pentatonic trills – Steve Vai) ......................................................................................................16
Lick #16 (Minor pentatonic trills expanded – Steve Vai) ......................................................................................16
Lick #17 (Single string 4 notes-per-string minor scales – Paul Gilbert) ..............................................................17
Lick #18 (Single string 4 notes-per-string minor scales expanded – Paul Gilbert) ..............................................18
Lick #19 (3 notes-per-string diatonic scales – Ioannis Anastassakis) .................................................................19
Lick #20 (3 notes-per-string diatonic scale Study – Ioannis Anastassakis) .........................................................20
Lick #21 (Multi-string tapping scales) ..................................................................................................................22
Lick #22 (Multi-string tapping scales expanded) ..................................................................................................23
Lick #23 (Multi-string tapping scales expanded – Bruce Bouillet) ......................................................................24
Lick #24 (Multi-string tapping scales – Yngwie Malmsteen) ...............................................................................25
Lick #25 (Pick tapping single string Blues – George Lynch) ...............................................................................26
Lick #26 (Pick tapping multi-string triads – Jake E. Lee) ....................................................................................27
Lick #27 (Pick tapping single string scales in thirds – Joe Satriani) ...................................................................28
Lick #28 (Pick tapping single string scales – Jake E. Lee) ..................................................................................29
Lick #29 (E minor 7th arpeggio with right and left-hand tapping – Tony MacAlpine) ........................................30
Lick #30 (Gsus multi-string arpeggio – Michael Fath) ........................................................................................31
Lick #31 (Ascending multi-string minor Pentatonic Triplets) ...............................................................................32
Lick #32 (Descending multi-string minor Pentatonic Sextuplets) .........................................................................32
Lick #33 (Wide stretch 5 notes-per-string diatonic scales – Bret Garsed) ...........................................................33
Lick #34 (Multi string diatonic scale, ascending & descending – Vinnie Moore) ...............................................34
Lick #35 (Descending multi string pentatonic triplets – Greg Howe) ..................................................................35
Lick #35b (Descending multi-string pentatonic triplets
with multiple right-hand fi ngers – Greg Howe) .....................................................................36
Lick #36 (Descending & ascending pentatonic triplets – Greg Howe) ................................................................37
Lick #37 (Descending pentatonic triplets expanded – Greg Howe) ......................................................................38
Lick #38 (4 notes-per-string descending diatonic sextuplets – Simple Version) ..................................................39
Lick #39 (4 notes-per-string descending scales – Steve Vai) ................................................................................40
Lick #40 (4 notes-per-string descending scales expanded – Steve Vai) ................................................................41
Lick #41 (3 notes-per-string string-skipping arpeggios – Michael Romeo) .........................................................42
Lick #42 (4 notes-per-string string-skipping wide stretch minor pentatonics) .....................................................43
Lick #43 (4 notes-per-string extended string-skipping
modal Am11 arpeggio – Ioannis Anastassakis) ....................................................................44
Lick #44 (4 notes-per-string extended string-skipping
modal Cmaj13 arpeggio – Ioannis Anastassakis) ................................................................44
Lick #45 (4 notes-per-string wide stretch string-skipping arpeggio – Richie Kotzen) .........................................45
Lick #46 (4 notes-per-string extended modal Cmaj13 arpeggio expanded – Ioannis Anastassakis) ...................45
Lick #47 (4 notes-per-string string-skipping A minor scale – Ioannis Anastassakis) ..........................................46
Lick #48 (4 notes-per-string string-skipping A minor scale expanded – Ioannis Anastassakis) .........................46
Lick #49 (4 notes-per-string A minor scale in octaves – Reb Beach) ...................................................................47
Lick #50 (Multi string E minor inverted triad triplets – Dave Celentano) ...........................................................48
Lick #51 (3 notes-per-string E minor pentatonic – Ioannis Anastassakis) ..........................................................48
Lick #52 (3 notes-per-string E minor pentatonic – Joe Satriani) .........................................................................49
Lick #53 (3 notes-per-string E minor pentatonic – Paul Gilbert) .........................................................................50
Lick #54 (4 notes-per-string extended Am11 arpeggio – Ioannis Anastassakis) .................................................51
Lick #55 (3 notes-per-string C major scale – Greg Howe) ...................................................................................52
Lick #56 (4 notes-per-string E minor pentatonic – Joey Tafolla) .........................................................................52
Lick #57 (5 notes-per-string E minor pentatonic – Rusty Cooley) .......................................................................53
Lick #58 (4 notes-per-string string-skipping A minor pentatonic in octaves – Ioannis Anastassakis) ................53
Lick #59 (4 notes-per-string A minor scale in octaves – Joe Satriani) .................................................................54
Lick #60 (4 notes-per-string extended Am11 arpeggio in 3 octaves – Ioannis Anastassakis) .............................55
Advanced BONUS Lick #1 (8 fi nger tapping: 5 notes per string descending A minor scale – Jeff Watson) ......57
Advanced BONUS Lick #2 (8 fi nger tapping: A minor pentatonic hammer taps – T.J. Helmerich) ...................58
Advanced BONUS Lick #3 (8 fi nger tapping: right-hand A minor pentatonic hammer tapping) .......................59
Advanced BONUS Lick #4 (Combination string-skipping,
legato & tapping arpeggios – Ioannis Anastassakis) ...........................................................60
Advanced BONUS Lick #5 (Ascending & descending E minor 7th arpeggio triplets – Greg Howe) .................61
Conclusion .............................................................................................................................................................62
Acknowledgments ..................................................................................................................................................62
About the Author ...................................................................................................................................................63
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