Excellent lick indeed thanks...
Nice as always. Your communication really is excellent. I know plenty of players and teachers who just can't seem to verbalize what it is they are trying to teach. Not so with you. Nice.
Great lick Jeff, and a really cool Tuttle T style too - sounds great!
New Mini-Marshall ?? Cool lick !
A: I hope licks 2 through 50 are as instructive as this, and that the instruction is as brilliant as this.
B: This is easily one of the best of these licks type lessons I've ever seen. Kudos.
C: The absolutely most brilliant part is the way you don't end just teaching the lick, but teaching how its elements can be used separately as well. I never see this - usually it's "here's the lick" - you did, "here's the lick" and "here's how you can use it". That's what I think people are looking for.
D: Did I say brilliant? If I didn't, brilliant
Very cool lick Jeff. Looking forward to the rest of the video.
I love that it's a groove lick...not just a lick over a groove. Well done!
Very impressive! This lesson series is on the short list.
When do you expect this course to be available, Jeff? I have your 50 Blues Rock Licks course and really enjoyed it (especially the Grissom-like phrase!).
Love the Tuttle and the lick, Jeff. (A Tuttle is likely more within my reach than the skills, but I'll give'er a shot!).
Thanks for posting this!
PS: It just occurred to me that I no longer own a guitar that Michael has not fretted for me. Kinda spoiled now! I think you can relate.