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Thread: incoporating funk guitar in your practice

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    incoporating funk guitar in your practice

    One of my favorite musicians is Funky C. After listening to his new album and many other funk albums for that matter, i've begun to incoporate more palmed muted staccato picking lines, "in the box" licks and incompleted chord voicings into my practice routine. I got a copy of funky's CD from my boss at umgd and i was really inspired to mirror some of his techniques.
    Last edited by UKRuss; 05-25-2007 at 09:48 AM.

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    It's clever I'll give you that, but it's still spamming. However, its' friday and I'm feeling generous so I shall simply remove the link and close the thread.

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