Learn how to play 5 easy acoustic guitar licks with this in-depth guide. Enhance your skills and impress your audience with these captivating licks.
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5 Acoustic Guitar Licks Tab and Notation
Lick 1: Acoustic guitar lick 1 is a simple, but useful and popular lick in the key of E Minor.
Lick 2: Lick 2 is a simple blues turnaround lick that works well in the key of E Major. Try playing it over these chords: E Major – A Major – B7. This makes for a 1-4-5 chord progression in E Major.
Lick 3: Lick 3 is simply a descending open E minor pentatonic scale, ending with the 1st lick you learned.
Lick 4: Lick 4 is a descending blues guitar lick showcasing how awesome an open E note can sound.
Lick 5: Lick 5 is inspired by the acoustic solo at the beginning of Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd.