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Licks ala Eric Johnson: Lick 3 & Outro

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Lesson Excerpt: The final lick explores the other postions of the pentatonic slightly more than the first and second. We start at the top of the Gm position of the CAGED system and dscend into the Am position. The "turn around" of this lick happens right at the beg...

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