The part starting at 0. This track is full of groove, with a heavy, grinding rhythm. Try combining the minor and blues scales together for some particularly nice sounds over this one.
Remember that the rhythm of your notes is just as important as the notes themselves. This is especially true in the funk-style backing tracks. If you want to practice your rhythmic ability, try sticking to just one note or small chord shape on strings and seeing how interesting you can make it sound. Use arpeggios. Analyse the chord progressions in the songs and then try using the notes in the chord as solo notes.
This is a great way of making your solo sound more professional and pre-composed, as the solo you play will follow the backing track closely. This is a really funky track with some killer bass lines. Try it out! It can be quite challenging to add to a track like this in a tasteful way without just soloing over the whole thing; try treating your guitar part as another part of the backing rather than as a solo and see what ideas you come up with.
This track is very funky and light for the most part, but there are a few heavier sections that kick in part way through. This track is one of my favourites on the list — just listen to how funky it is!
Try to follow the chords as closely as you can. This is a Guthrie Govan style jazz-funk track with loads of groove. Every month 21, guitarist and bass players rely on GuitarToneMaster. Etienne de Loriol. Scales suggestion: D Eb minor scale , D Eb pentatonic minor scale.
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