1.Lix Gallery To enjoy streaming audio and interactivity from the full version of the Lix Gallery and various Show Me! sections you will need the Shockwave plugin . Some browsers now include Shockwave, so you may already have it! If you experience any problems, try Shockwave Support.
On the Lix Gallery and Lix Gallery Archive pages you will be able to listen to a featured solo, a backing track and several guitar licks from the solo. These have Show Me! links attached. If you would like to know how to play these licks you can refer to the individual Show Me! sections which include an interactive fretboard.
You can check out the lick one note at a time, playback at various tempos (with or without looping), get info, jam along with the backing, and interact with it in many ways.
(NB: Shockwave audio files may not play if other players such as RealPlayer are active. Try stopping/quitting these if you have problems with the audio. Reload the page if necessary)
If you don’t have the Shockwave plugin, you can download it from here.
If you have it, go straight to the current version of the ...
or any of the Lix Gallery Archives listed on the Archives page
2.Lix Gallery Lite If you only want to listen to the licks/solos and view TAB notation, see the Lix Gallery Lite files. You will need RealPlayer or the Windows Media Player to audition the audio files. RealPlayer can be downloaded from here. Windows Media Player can be downloaded from here.
If you have these or another suitable player, check out the current Lix Gallery Lite.
You can also access more Lix Gallery Lite pages from the Archives page.