John Mayer Style Funk Blues

by Denes Nagy

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  • Hi GMC'ers!

    In this lesson we will talk about the usage of your right, and how to strum evenly with regards to changing speeds.

    I attempted to cover John Mayer's funky picking style which has interesting rhythm patterns, that can boost your playing. In this type of music even and stable strumming of the chords is really important, especially if we play a bit faster. Many guitar players share the same problem that when they begin to play faster, their strumming hand doesn't play the same rhythm. John Mayer and Stevie Ray Vaughan are definately exceptions.

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    Have fun! /Denes

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