Welcome to the first video in a new series at guitarlessons365.com where I will come up with some challenging guitar licks that hopefully will help inspire some new ideas in your playing.
For our first lick I will be demonstrating a way to play a bass line that implies the underlying harmony using fretted notes, while simultaneously playing melodic lines above the bass line using only natural harmonics.
Be sure to let all notes continue to ring for as long as possible. You can grab the TAB below.
After you have tried practicing the lick a bit, feel free to share a link to a video of you playing it in the comments below for me and others to see. This can be a fun way of not only challenging yourself, but getting a little bit of notoriety as well. 🙂
Just please keep your videos on topic and related to the lick I demonstrate in the video lesson. Feel free to share your own lick using this technique, you don't have to play exactly what I do in the video lesson.
I am looking forward to your videos. Let's have some fun with this!
Guitar Lick Challenge No.1 - Fretted Notes with Harmonics