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Ivan Milenkovic
As you know, this week, it's all about funk, so we have not one but two funky collabs for all of you who are interested! smile.gif

This first collab will be the rhythm one. Your assignment and goal here should be to compose a guitar part that will fit into this type of a backing track. Couple of notes for easier understanding:

- The backing is funk type of backing
- Backing is 100 bpm
- Backing is in the key of E
- You can use E7, E9, E11 chords over this, they will all work good
- You can use occasional licks within E minor pentatonic/E dorian/E blues/E minor (and other scale), but make sure you keep the strumming going all the time, it is supposed to be a rhythmic collaboration. If you are interested in lead, there is another collab on the collaboration board, and that one will be the same as this one, only with rhythm guitar added.
- There are two version of backing, one short (for recording), and other longer (for jamming). I suggest you first jam a bit and see what you can come up with, and then use the short version.

Have Fun(k)! smile.gif

Singed up participants so far:

1. methodseeker
2. Adrian Figallo
3. Sensible Jones
4.

methodseeker
I'm on it! This is a groovy track Ivan, it's going to be fun.
Adrian Figallo
can i join smile.gif, the backing track sounds very chad smith biggrin.gif
Ivan Milenkovic
QUOTE (methodseeker @ Mar 29 2010, 05:34 PM) *
I'm on it! This is a groovy track Ivan, it's going to be fun.

Great, thanks! smile.gif

QUOTE (Adrian Figallo @ Mar 29 2010, 07:23 PM) *
can i join smile.gif, the backing track sounds very chad smith biggrin.gif

It would be great to have you on this collab my friend smile.gif
Sensible Jones
Hell, if I'm doing the Lead one I can't really NOT do this one!
I'm in Ivan!!
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Ivan Milenkovic
Sure thing man smile.gif
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