Licks for acoustic and classical guitar
We can learn much from practicing licks from recordings or
transcriptions. Most material we will find is more fit for electric guitar.
When using electric guitar open strings will be avoided
most of the time. Also we find very few examples of combining two or three
melodies in counterpoint. Even few guitarists use chord and melody like pianists
do using left and right hand.
These are examples of licks, especially thouhgt for classical (or
acoustic) guitar with counterpoint ideas, walking bass or chords and melody.
Also advantage will be taken from the open sound and possibilties of the open
Also some licks from the classical literature are
2. licks and excercices combining bass and melody lines based on
scales and standard II - V - I progression