Yummi this is so tasty and groovy Stephane, I need to get funking. I love your tone and feel - thanks!
Just the thing I needs form jamming in my band
Awesome man! Totally groovy!
Wow I really liked this one! Great approach to funk riffing! Groove is amazing!
Yeah! I love it man! great job.
Thanks guys, glad you liked this one! Really fun to play!
Excellent job Stephane!! Great stuff to Jam to!!
Great lesson, love the groove!
Nice lesson! I'm definetely going to learn this!
What I love about this lesson is it looks like a lot of fun and instructive! Nicely done!
Great lesson ,i like it ,tnx Stephane
Cool lesson Stephane
Very cool and groovy.
Very tasty funk lesson Stephane! Love it
Very cool man, sounds funky!
Very funky indeed!! Très bien Stephane!
Loved it! A lot of fun to play. Cool tone and feel.
did you ever fall in the mighty groove pot ?
thumps up !
Thanks a lot!
Very cool lesson Stephane
I like the groove and your tone a lot here!
Thanks Jerry! Glad you like it my friend!
Fantastic sound, great groove, so cool. And so NOT easy to copy! Love it.
Great groove Stephane. Reminds me to some Jamiroquai chops!. Very nice lesson
Thanks Shime & Santiago, truly appreciated!
Funky stuff Stephane
Very cool, great to see someone covering the funk-rock style
Beautiful tone and what an awesome groove!!!!!
Very well done!
Thanks David !
Hi Stephane, are you generally hitting the top three strings with this riff? I find my natural tendency is to play with less left hand, i mean strumming hand (I'm a lefty) movement. but this results is a slightly different sound. Or do you have enough control to hit just the 3rd string while swinging your hand from your leg to almost the top of the guitar? thnx.
Hi Stephane, nice lesson!
Just trying to work out what those chords are. I keep coming up with Bdim7 and F#7#9.
Am I close?!
Hi kevvyg, glad you liked the lesson!
Main riff / solo section are around a C#- vamp, bridge chords are F#5 / F#7#9 and the last one is G#7#9
Hope it helps
Damn Stephane! I love your sound in this one!
Thanks man, glad you liked it!
Hi GMC !
Today we gonna work on some funk-rock riffs and lead guitar part.
It's a good exercise for your right hand accuracy when strumming and also for your left hand
because we need a good technique for damping unplayed strings.
The lead part is made with the C# pentatonic scale.
Nothing difficult, just pay attention to the first bend and the rhythm placement.
The lesson is done in order to be played in loop : intro / lead part / bridge riff... etc...
As always, start by working slowly to master the different riffs.
Good practice and have fun!