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Watch the 32nd Street online guitar lesson by Scott Allen from 50 Rock Virtuoso Licks You MUST Know

This John Petrucci inspired lick is played in 32nd notes. It is counted in groups of eight and relies on accenting the downbeat of one to be played cleanly. Again just like any sequenced lick it can be played all together or broken up. This can also be thought of as two groups of four which allows you to play it as a sixteenth note lick as well.

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