Last Updated on June 11, 2022 by Klaus Crow
A Marvelous Major Pentatonic Blues Country Lick is heading your way. This blues country, country blues guitar lick is a great one for intermediate and beginner players, because you can split it up into 2 licks and play it slow and fast. Either way it sounds pretty good.
Marvelous Major Pentatonic Blues Country Lick
The lick is played in the key of A and is derived from the major pentatonic scale. The lick runs through 3 or 4 different positions of the major pentatonic scale and includes hammer-ons, pull-offs and slides.
Lick Chords and Progression
The lick can be played over a 12 bar blues in the key of A or a Major key chord progression like the popular I – vi – IV – V chord progression: A – F#m – D – E
A chord progression in the key of A can consist of the following chords. (See video lesson below)
A – Bm – C#m – D – E – F#m – G#dim [ I – ii – iii – IV – V – vi – vii dim ]
Below you can find the TABS and the detailed video lesson for this blues country lick.
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