Today's lick is courtesy of Firewind/Ozzy Osbourne guitarist Gus G, who demonstrates a slick metal lick featuring a cascading chromatic decent. We'll let Gus continue the explanation:
The Guitar World Lick of the Day app now offers Lick Packs, plus individual Lick Singles from its vast library of hundreds of licks.
The Octavia was a stomp box that generated a pitch one octave higher than the actual note. It had a distinct sound and was popularized by Jimi Hendrix in the solo of the song "Purple Haze."
Today's free Lick of the Day is an across-the-neck tapping lick courtesy of Guitar World's own Matt Scharfglass. We'll let Matt take it away for the explanation:
Today's free lick of the day is brought to you by PRS guitars, and features Guitar World's Paul Riario showing you a Jeff Beck-style country lick. We'll let Paul take it away for the description
Today's free Lick of the Day is a James Taylor-style fingerpicking lick demonstrated by Guitar World's Paul Riario.
Today's free Lick of the Day comes courtesy of Guitar World columnist Guthrie Govan, who shows you a slinky, sitar-style lick in E.
Today's free Lick of the Day comes to you courtesy of AmpKit, who just launched version 1.2 of their app for the iOS. You can find out more about AmpKit at this location.
Today's free Lick of the Day comes from legendary shredder Vinnie Moore, who shows you a lick that can only be described as "off the hook."
This Lick Of The Day Challenge, featuring a riff in the style of Fleetwood Mac, is sponsored by TC Electronics.