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Connecting Chords and Creating Melodies

In this lesson, I’m going to teach you an R&B guitar exercise you can use to help you play certain chords and finding different melodies to connect. It will help you think about how you can create different melodies within chords, without sounding too busy.

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Strumming & Rhythm Patterns

R&B Guitar Lesson: Rhythm is very important in R&B music. In this R&B guitar lesson, I’m going to teach you about rhythms and how to play “funky” and not being too busy. I show you how to apply these rhythms with Daft Punk, Get Lucky. This was a fun video to record for you.

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Watch Kaspar Jalily & Me Play at the Soundslice Booth, at NAMM 2018

This weekend was the NAMM 2018 event in Anaheim, CA. The weekend was full of connecting with old friends, meeting new people, and connecting with members of my new community, Kerry’s Kamp. Sunday was a very full day as I played back to back at several events. After lunch, my friend Kaspar Jalily, a guitarist from France, and I had the opportunity to jam at the Soundslice booth. We played for about 30 minutes. I have a video of one part of the time that I think you’ll enjoy. There’s was a bit of background noise from other vendors, but I think you’ll still be able to enjoy.

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