Funk Skunk Technique 101

by Ivan Milenkovic

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  • Hi guys, welcome to very first 101 lesson! :) Today we are going to talk about skunk funk technique.

    Now, I don't really know why it is called a skunk funk technique, but it sounds cool enough for me. It is not basically anything special but it is a great technique to master and know how to use. It consists of right hand strumming and left hand muting, in such a manner that all the strings that are not fretted are raked all the time.

    Before we start I must apologize because of my bad English language. I really tried to make this lesson the best I could, but it is very hard to speak in a foreign language and show playing on the guitar. So please forgive me, I hope you will find the lesson useful and I will constantly try to improve my English and 101 lessons so it sounds much more professional and easy to follow. Thanks for understanding! :)

    This lesson contains:

    - Funk Skunk Technique
    - Right hand strumming
    - Left hand muting
    - Funky licks and grooves

    The sound: neck single, roland jazz chorus emulation, compression.

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