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Lick Breakdowns, Song For
My Father Lick Breakdown.
[MUSIC]
Hey,
it's Andreas, and
greetings from Rio de Janeiro.
I'm here in Brazil right now for
a couple of days.
I'm here to teach you a lick actually.
It was requested by
Kevash in the forums and
I'm playing it over the chord
changes of a song for my father.
One of the AGU tunes.
And it's a first solo,
I think it's probably really one minute
and 43 seconds, one minute 47 seconds.
It's a little run.
[MUSIC]
I'm doing it over the E flat 7,
second chord.
[MUSIC]
So.
Always an F Minor.
[MUSIC]
Here.
I play.
[MUSIC]
One more time.
[MUSIC]
The fingering is optional, once again.
So, so
I'm just teaching you the notes now.
And you can, can work it out, yourself.
'Cause, like I told you before,
my fingerings are, sort of, like,
really weird, 'cause I like to move
around and not get stuck in positions.
So, first one is a sharp chord
[MUSIC]
Over E Flat, 7th position, fourth string.
[MUSIC]
And B flat half a step up.
[MUSIC]
D.
[MUSIC]
Next string, 5th position.
D flat 6th.
And, E flat, 8th position.
[MUSIC]
Then on the next string 6th and 10th, and
9th position.
[MUSIC]
F and A flat.
[MUSIC]
And here I'm doing a little.
[MUSIC]
I go up with this finger but
you can use your, you, do like that or if
you want to go, for the first string here.
[MUSIC]
A little pull-off here.
[MUSIC]
C.
[MUSIC]
C flat.
[MUSIC]
And then B flat.
[MUSIC]
C, D flat, back to D and B flat.
[MUSIC]
So, here.
[MUSIC]
Then, back on the second string,
A flat, G, F.
[MUSIC]
Then B flat
[MUSIC]
8th position, third string.
C, D flat, F.
Then I'm doing a little slide here from C,
down to B flat.
[MUSIC]
Sounds like this then.
[MUSIC]
Like F,
A flat towards D.
[MUSIC]
[MUSIC]
Then, an A Flat, F.
[MUSIC]
E Flat, C.
[MUSIC]
Then B Flat, and then [INAUDIBLE].
[MUSIC]
[MUSIC]