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Title: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: justinguitar on July 22, 2011, 05:32:51 pm
Lesson Link: http://justinguitar.com/en/LK-023-SteviesWrongun.php

Questions...
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: stratogrrl on August 17, 2011, 05:14:43 pm
Is there anyway you could post the Tab/Rhythm for the first part of this lick?
The blues repeater lick (bend 3rd string, 2nd string - 1st string, 2nd string pull-off)?

I've been trying to play that correctly for years and I just can't seem to get the rhythm right since its 5 notes repeating quickly.

Thanks,
Jen
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: TB-AV on August 18, 2011, 02:13:29 am
The TAB for the whole lick is right under the video.
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: stratogrrl on August 18, 2011, 04:24:20 am
The TAB for the whole lick is right under the video.

I guess what I mean is the notation (the rhythm), if you were to plays those 5 notes in a repeater(like Justin did in the video) how would it fit in a measure? I hope that makes sense

Thanks,
Jen
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: TB-AV on August 18, 2011, 02:36:27 pm
She shows and tells that in the video. He counts it out several times and even explains how the hammer on is counted.

He counts it's all 1 2 3 4 broken into triplets

1= One-Trip-let, = 14b 12 12
2= two-trip-let, = 15p 12 14
3= three-e-trip-let = 12h 13p 12 15
4= four-trip-let = 12 15p 12

One note per word.

Then he vocalizes it.

Break it down into sections. You really can't get it any more clear than that. Don't forget to use your ears.

I would learn beat 3 first. Get that hammer happening so it doesn't upset the three-trip-let feel.

You also have to be sure the fret 15 notes are played well and accented properly. If they are weak, it throws everything off.
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: stratogrrl on August 18, 2011, 05:28:10 pm
@ TB-AV

Thanks for taking the time to respond, I'm a bit of a slow learner  :-[

practice makes perfect...
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: TB-AV on August 18, 2011, 07:33:13 pm
Actually I made a slight error there too. the very first, as with many blues licks actually starts on the end of the prior bar.

So that first note is really and-one-trip-let. the words and-one = that first note bend up. the trip-let = the next two notes (12 fret b e string ).

14 bend = & 1
12 = trip
12 = let


Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: Lewis.DT on December 27, 2011, 10:26:52 pm
I found when playing around with this lick, that it actually works (not only as position 1 in E blues), but as position 3 in B blues. ie. although this lick works over E as chord 1, it works just as well over E as chord 4.
That way you're not adding a 9th and a b9th, your just playing notes from the B blues scale (with that 'funny' note being the blue note - b5)
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: bluesboyhopeful on November 24, 2012, 06:43:32 pm
Hi

What I'd like is to see the tab not for this SRV lick but the one he says is a classic cliche at the start. He gives a quick play with it but doesn't explain how to do it in any detail. Is there any chance of getting some help playing that? I had hoped it might be around somewhere else on the site but if it is, I can't locate it.
Is it there or can someone tell me how to do it?

B
Title: Re: LK-023 • Stevie's Wrong'un
Post by: misterg on November 24, 2012, 10:42:56 pm
Hi

What I'd like is to see the tab not for this SRV lick but the one he says is a classic cliche at the start.

Hello and welcome! :)

That lick is number 3 of the first five in the blues lead guitar series:

http://justinguitar.com/en/BL-013-BluesLicks1.php

Start here, though (half way down the page for the blues lead series):

http://justinguitar.com/en/BL-000-Blues.php

How is your string bending?

Might be worth looking here first:

http://justinguitar.com/en/TE-005-StringBending.php

Andy (well I've just finished typing this, so you're getting it anyway ;) )