CRAZY And Complex Idea To Generate Guitar Licks [But It Sounds Good!]

Tommaso Zillio

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hybrid lead guitar

In the last weeks I got several requests for a “crazy technique for guitar”.

(Yeah, I’m as puzzled as you)

Apparently, I am always explaining “basic” or “simple” things… and some of my faithful subscribers now crave something more complex.

Challenge accepted!

Cut your teeth on this one guys :)

In this video I show you how to hybridize guitar licks. (And yes, I use that word with full cognition of what it means)

To be honest, I’m not expecting anyone to be able to do what I’m going to show in real time or in their mind…

… Indeed I’m not doing it either! This video required some preparation. What you see is decidedly not done in real time!

(Yeah, I know I should have just shut up and let you believe that I’m inhumanely amazing)

Have fun with this crazy lead guitar idea … and people will ask you: “How did you came up with this lick?”

For a slightly less crazy idea, that STILL gives you a lot of new guitar licks, I have another video for you.

In this video we learn how to ‘rotate’ your guitar licks:

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