DJ Phillips profiles the guitarists that created and nurtured the funk sound.
Complete course with step-by-step lessons and practice examples.
Course filmed with 6 cameras for the perfect angles.
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Want to add some groove to your chops? DJ Phillips profiles the greats of funk and details their techniques to add to your playing.Begin the Course
DJ Phillips starts out his funk guitar series with an overview of what he'll be covering in lessons to come.
In this lesson DJ profiles guitarist Jimmy Nolan, one of the original members of the James Brown band.
DJ introduces Catfish Collins and begins to profile his sounds and technique.
DJ takes another in depth look at Catfish Collins' playing style with "in the style of" licks.
DJ begins to talk about Leo Nocentelli, the guitarist for The Meters.
DJ breaks down an "in the style of" lick made famous by Leo Nocentelli.
DJ provides yet another look at a famous "in the style of" lick from guitarist Leo Nocentelli.
DJ provides another "in the style of" lick from The Meters' guitaris Leo Nocentelli.
DJ provides the final lick in the style of Leo Nocentelli.
DJ begins lesson 10 of his funk series by going over one of Curtis Mayfield's signature licks.
DJ returns with another look at a signature look from guitarist Curtis Mayfield.
DJ returns with another "in the style of" lick from Curtis Mayfield.
DJ demonstrates an "in the style of" lick from Curtis Mayfield that centers around an F#m7 chord.
DJ demonstrates the fifth "in the style of" lick from Curtis Mayfield.
DJ offers up the final "in the style of" lick from Curtis Mayfield.
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Actually I would have chosen all three choices because they all apply for me
great kick ass lick works great with drums and sounds great
The funk bomb yes,great stuff