D Minor Pentatonic Lick with Legato Technique – Lead Guitar Lesson on Pentatonic Licks

Hey, how’s  it going this is Claude Johnson with Guitar Control, I want to show you a lick in D pentatonic so hopefully you’re familiar with the pentatonics and we’re going to use some like hammer-on and pull-offs and slides.

D Minor Pentatonic Lick with Legato Technique – Lead Guitar Lesson on Pentatonic Licks

So we’re on the 10th fret here and here’s the lick of the day because I guess once again that last one you can get either once or twice they both work so let me break this down for you we’re on the high E-string 13th fret you can use you either your pinky or your ring finger. I’m using my ring finger we’re going to bend up a full step and release then we do a little hammer-on/pull off like a triplet and then I’m going to slide down with my first finger for the 10th fret to the 8th fret and do another hammer-on/pull-off and kind of end up here, so the first part we have then we’re going to go back up to the E-string back down again and do another hammer-on/pull-off so we have and then we go down one more string 10th fret slight little bend there and then finish on the 7th fret so real slow and think little bit faster and up to speed.

You can check the link in the video description for the tabs and you can also check on the chorus killer guitar confirm secrets I talked more about just you know using kind of tonics to create your own licks do those little hammer-on slide so check that out guitar control.com and I think you’re going to enjoy it. Make sure to subscribe on our You Tube Channel and we’ll see you in our next video lessons, thanks for watching.


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