You want to get your guitar rhythm and lead pocket rock solid?
In this guitar lesson let Grammy winning guitarist Mark Lettieri show you how master the art of playing in the pocket! In this 70 minute plus video Mark breaks down how to develop a solid rhythm and lead pocket, playing over straight and swung feels, funk chord variations, chromatic lead line creation, and how to write super grooving rhythm hooks!
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Are you already wondering what the heck soloing in the pocket is? Well, finding the pocket is the key to making what you play feel good. The term pocket refers to how you line up rhythmically with the groove of the song. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing rhythm playing or lead work, the pocket is where the money is at.
I already showed you how to start doing this when it comes to rhythm playing, but now its time to make those leads feel great! In today’s free lesson I’ll teach you just that! Much like the rhythm version of this lesson, we start by learning to listen to what is going on in the drum groove. Get the drum groove used in the lesson here. In learning to synchronize your lead phrasing with the patterns created by the drummer’s kick and snare, you’ll be well on your way to creating perfectly pocketed solos! Once you get the hang of this, your improvised solos will take on a life of their own. So, fire up your amp or grab that acoustic and...
Introducing Fretboard Command. In this FREE mini course you will literally be given the the fast track to concepts that will dramatically change the way you play guitar for the better!!
The goal of Fretboard Command is to give you a solid foundation with which you can in a short amount of time be able to improvise without knowing the key you are in, use your scales correctly, construct melodies, see target notes and chord tones all over the neck, break some rules, mix major and minor pentatonic, while at the same time adding feel and confidence to your phrasing! You ready?!?