Funk 101 – Play Funk Guitar In 30 Days by Jon RudolphCategories: Storefront, Styles
Play Funky, Percussive Rhythms With Style Using Jon Rudolph’s Easy 3-Step Plan:
- Visualize - You’ll “see” how to play funk chords and percussive funk rhythms
- Connect - You’ll connect new chords and concepts to chord progressions you already know
- Play - You’ll play funk guitar with confidence and style, and you’ll create funky chord progressions from scratch
Includes: 4 hours of HD videos, PDF tab book and access to our private Facebook group
Here is what you get:
- 4h of Online Video Lessons
Downloadable Tab Book
Here’s What You’ll Discover In Funk 101 – Play Funk Guitar In 30 Days
- An introduction to the basics of funk strumming and rhythm. So you can add percussion and flavor to your guitar playing.
- Find out how to hold, release, and mute chords, so you can get that funky staccato “scratch” when you strum.
- 5 funky strumming rhythm examples, as well as pro tips on synchronizing your left and right hands. So you can play in perfect time with the music.
- Discover crucial funk chords, like moveable 9th chords. So you can create the distinctive “funky” sound with your rhythm playing.
- How to play the vi7-ii7-V7-Imaj7 chord progression. And tips on how to get comfortable with these new chords, so you can change chords comfortably.
- Find out how to add single-note lines to your funk playing. So you can mix things up and add melody to the rhythm.
- How to use “sliding sixths” to keep a static chord interesting. Which means, you can keep things interesting, even if you’re only playing one chord.
- Discover easy ways to make chords more interesting. So you can add a funky feel to any chord progression.
- Find out how to use minor pentatonic scales over major 7th chords. So you can play interesting melodies with a simple scale pattern.
- 1 awesome way to change between an A chord and a D chord. So you can make a simple chord progression fun to play and interesting to hear.
- An interview with John Rudolph, conducted by Steve Stine. John tells Steve why he started playing the guitar, the two of them talk about music, life, and more.