Ross Bolton: Funk Guitar - The Essential Guide

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Media: Sheet Music, CD
Arrangement: Guitar (GTR)
Series: Musicians Institute Private Lessons
Catalogue #: HL00695419
ISBN: 9780634011689


The essential guide to funk guitar for intermediate players. Covers all aspects, including movable 7th, 9th 13th and sus4 chords, slides, single-note 'skank' and palm muting, songs, progressions and more.

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Customer Rating The best book in beginning funk guitar. For those who want to be able to play 'in the pocket' this book will really help your musicianship and funk guitar skills.

Customer Rating Interesting techniques that ad to funky rhythms. Good way to practise controlling your fretting hand hand pressure on the frets on and off, as well as muting other strings while playing only certain ones for the chords. A funky way of practising your right hand strumming too, the only main difference being the ghost strums are instead mostly mute strums seeing as its funk. You might get through this book a bit quick depending how skilled you are but either way it is still fun.
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Published on: 12/09/2001
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: 32 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Musicians Institute Press
Author: Ross Bolton

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