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Hal Leonard Tutorial

George Lynch - Scary Licks

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7 Videos | Length: 51min 48sec
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  • Intro: 4:23

    Intro: "Under the Dead Tree"

    George Lynch welcomes you to the course with the song "Under the Dead Tree."

  • Tuning 0:57


    George breaks down the tuning he is using in this course.

  • 12:34


    In this video, George breaks down the licks from the song "Tarkas."

  • 12:11

    "Skeleton Key"

    George shows how to play the licks from "Skeleton Key."

  • 6:37

    "Key of Noise"

    In this video, George breaks down the licks from "Tarkas."

  • Outro: 6:27

    Outro: "Even Higher"

    In this final video, George plays the licks from "Even Higher."

  • Bonus: Behind the Scenes 8:39

    Bonus: Behind the Scenes

    In this bonus video, see some behind the scenes footage from this course.

Product Overview

In this Hal Leonard video tutorial, The George Lynch - Scary Licks video series teaches you the tricks and concepts behind George Lynch's incredible lead playing.

From Dokken to Lynch Mob to Souls of We, George Lynch will teach you how to play his most killer licks! Plus, learn to expand your soloing skills with a variety of Lynchian lead techniques.

The videos also include loads of improvised performances by George, and on-screen guitar tab. Starting shredding now!

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