Course Lessons

  • 01

    Getting Started

    • Lead Guitar Intro Video

    • How To Use The Soundslice Player

    • Downloadable Guitar Pro and PDF Files

    • How To Submit a Video for Feedback

  • 02

    Funk Lead Lessons

    • 7 Stanky Jazz-Funk Licks You Should Be Playing

    • 5 Psychedelic Soul Licks from "Boogaloo" Joe Jones

    • 5 Funky Jimmy Smith Double Stop Licks For Guitar

    • Inserting Funkalicious Unison Bends In Your Lead Lines

    • Unison Slides- 5 Funky Licks for Benson-Green Vibes

    • 4 More Super Funky Grant Green Licks

    • Funk Lead Guitar-Using Chromaticism in Your Lines

    • 7 Super Funky Licks You Should Be Playing

    • 5 Easy Chromatic Funk Guitar Licks

    • 4 Funky Double Stop Organ Licks for Guitar

    • Fingerstyle Funk - Part 1

    • Fingerstyle Funk - Part 2

    • Funk Lead Guitar Mastery | 7 Essential Picking Exercises

    • 6 Sick Funk Guitar Grooves From Leo Nocentelli of The Meters

    • Melvin Sparks Lesson | 4 Badass Licks from an Unsung Jazz-Funk Master

    • Johnny "Guitar" Watson | 6 Stone Cold Funky Licks

    • 5 Amazing Maceo Parker Licks for Guitar

    • The Funky Side Of Grant Green

    • Hiram Bullock-5 KILLER Licks

    • Eddie Hazel-5 Filthy Funk Licks

    • John Scofield Inspired Dissonant Intervals

  • 03

    Blues Lead

    • Pimp Your Blues Licks - Getting Started On Scale Mixing in Blues

    • 6 Amazing Robert Cray Licks

    • 5 Wicked Blues Turnaround Licks You Should Be Playing

    • The Art of the Pentatonic Trail Off

    • The Pentatonic Leap-Slide-Bend Combo

    • Weird Blues Bends

    • Breaking Out of the Pentatonic Box-A New Approach

    • Using Chromaticism with the Minor Pentatonic Scale

    • 6 STANKY Blues Licks

    • Jazzin' Up Your Blues-16th Notes Over a Blues Shuffle-5 Killer Licks

    • 3 Times Clapton Got Funky

    • 2 Amazing Licks That Nail the IV to I - Using 6ths

    • 4 Simple, Tasty Larry Carlton Slow Blues Licks

    • 3 Albert "Iceman" Collins Licks from Nearly the North Pole!

    • Playing Over Chord Changes-Getting From VI7 to iim in Style

    • Using the Whole Tone Scale in the Blues

    • This Weird and Wonderful Gatton/Benson Technique

  • 04

    R&B/Soul Lead

    • Playing Through Changes - 2 Chords in One Position -"What's Goin On"

    • Ain't No Sunshine -Bringing Your Solo to Life

  • 05

    Mixolydian Essentials

    • Unlocking The Mixolydian Puzzle

    • The Mixolydian Mode in 5 Positions

    • Getting Started in Mixolydian - Targeting 3rds and 7ths in G Blues

    • Position Shifting in Mixolydian - Important Moves

    • Important Bends in Mixolydian

    • Chromatic Movement in the Mixolydian Mode

    • The Mixolydian Continuous Scale Exercise

    • Combining the Mixolydian & Blues Scale Sounds

    • Superimposing Arpeggios Over Dominant Chords - Part 1

    • Superimposing Arpeggios Over Dominant Chords Part 2 - Resolving to Chord Tones and More

    • The Mixolydian Hourglass Pattern | Modern Blues Lives Here

  • 06

    Dorian Essentials

    • The Dorian Mode in 5 Positions

    • Unlocking the Dorian Puzzle - Part 2 - Adding Arpeggios and Chromaticism

    • Unlocking The Dorian Puzzle - Part 1 - Common Slurs & Surrounding Notes

    • Important Bends in Dorian

    • Position Shifting in Dorian - Important Moves

    • Chromatic Movement In the Dorian Mode

    • Targeting Chord Tones in Dorian Through Chord Changes - Am to Cm

    • The Dorian Continuous Scale Exercise

    • Superimposing Arpeggios Over Minor Chords in Dorian - Part 1

    • Superimposing Arpeggios Over Minor Chords Part 2 - Resolving to Chord Tones and More

    • The Dorian Hourglass Pattern | A Five Note Gold Mine of Funky Licks

    • How To Use The Dorian Mode Musically With Interval Leaps

  • 07

    Phrasing

    • Blues Phrasing - Part 1

    • Blues Phrasing - Part 2

    • Sextuplets | The Secret Sauce of Funky Phrasing

    • How to Improve Your Funk Lead Phrasing Dramatically

    • A Quick and Simple but Very Funky Phrasing Tip

    • The Power of the Rhythmic Sequence

    • Robben Ford Style Phrasing

    • Triplet Timing Exercises

    • Learn to Create Space in Solos and Why Less is More

  • 08

    Playing In Major

    • The Major Scale in 5 Positions

    • Playing Over Changes in a Major Key - Part 1 - Identifying and Connecting the Chord Tones

    • Playing Over Changes in a Major Key - Part 2 - Beautifying the Melody

  • 09

    Melodic Devices

    • Multiply Your Lick Vocabulary 10x With This 1 Simple Technique

    • Playing Over Changes - Landing On Chord Tones vs Color Tones

  • 10

    Other Scales/Modes

    • Applying the Lydian Dominant Scale

  • 11

    Picking Exercies

    • The Triplet to 16th Note Picking Exercise

    • The Dominant 7th Arpeggio Picking Exercise

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