How To REMIX Your Guitar Licks And Expand Your Lick Vocabulary

How To REMIX Your Guitar Licks And Expand Your Lick Vocabulary

Tommaso Zillio

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I am a big believer in making things as simple as possible. Not only in music theory - in life in general.

The caveat here is that “simple as possible” is a different thing than “simple”.

If at this point you are confused I don’t blame you. Let me explain this in a simple way:

Some things are simple.

Some things are not simple: they are complex.

Some complex things can be simplified a lot.

Some complex things can not be simplified much (or at least we haven’t found a way yet).

“Ah, Tommaso, why we are doing all this philosophical mumbo-jumbo? I want to play my guitar!”

Ok, ok, I’ll get to the point.

In this video I’m showing a transformative technique to write guitar licks that will make you a much better guitar player:

  1. in the sense that you will be better at writing music, and

  2. in the sense that you will be better at playing music!

You could literally do nothing else for a few weeks… just practice this technique… and it would be time well spent.

The problems:

  • This is not an easy technique. It could actually hurt your brain ;-)

  • … since this is not an easy idea, the video is a bit longer than usual.

So… if you are watching my video for entertaining value, maybe skip this one.

If instead you want to follow along and practice this idea, go right ahead. You’ve got your work cut out for you:

For another idea that is a bit less brainy, but at least as good in creating new interesting licks, have a look at this other video:

If instead what you liked was the “extreme braininess”…

… then I have something EVEN MORE BRAINY for you. Could be a good idea to wear a helmet when you try this one :-)

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