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50 Jazz Guitar Licks You MUST Know - Lick #30: Funk Jazz - Frank Vignola

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Published on Sep 18, 2009

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The last D7 lick is staight out of the George Benson tool box of licks. We will keep the high D note sounding as we play the cool rhythmic pattern with the F# and G notes. These are called double stops or playing two notes at once. This is a real groove pattern that will spark any rhythm section as a rhythm part of as a soolo you will surely be in the groove with this one. It is a great tool to have in your toolbox of licks and concepts to use while improvising. Practice with both the slow and fast rhythm tracks. This will help you get used to this grooving lick.

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Comments • 28

Rafael Velasco
genial, gracias
Alfred Bellanti
Thank you Truefire for bringing these Frank Vignola lessons.
CaIIMeDre
AYYYYYYY look its The Fonz
soosoomaster
1:24 - "That's what they used in Batman".... hahaha
Melodie Castellanos
*dramatic voice* I'M SURE YOU'VE HEARD THAT LICK A ZILLION TIMES
raider2661
Lick my Vignola
Stephen Contreras
USE THE FUNKIN DOUBLE STOPS
kouvpan
GREAT
Marcio Lightnin' Hopkins
Cool guitar!!!!!!!
Dolf Schaller
Dear Frank Vignola -- you are a superb amazing player. I like you licks very much and give support and power and imagination for my own playing. May be you have a look or tree or four word comments for me. On YouTube: Dolf Schaller plays "Out of nowhere" perhaps. Thank you very much for the excellent instruction. Best Regards Dolf Schaller Switzerland
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