Culled from seven of his most popular Instagram “instalicks,” these video tutorials give a step-by-step breakdown into Mark Lettieri’s improvisational concepts and compositional process.
As you work through this course, you’ll learn how to blend the guitar styles of gospel, neosoul, jazz and country. Rather than relying on common basic (or even advanced) chords, you’ll learn simple music theory concepts that will allow you to create your own unique chord voicings that encourage spontaneity and musicality. That, coupled with an emphasis on rhythm and syncopation, will have you thinking and sounding like a more creative guitarist. Of course, there will be some great licks too.
|·||The Tiny Chord Song|
|·||Twang Bar Tape Machine|
|·||Flood Intro Idea in E, #327|
|·||Chicken Pickin' Praise|
|·||Whole (Tone) Lotta Pedal Tones|
|·||Syncopation Space Station|
Mark Lettieri is a composer and session guitarist based in Fort Worth, Texas. A longtime member of the two-time Grammy Award-winning jazz/funk/world band Snarky Puppy, Lettieri has performed on every continent except Antarctica. He’s released three albums of original guitar-based instrumentals and has either performed on stage or recorded in a studio with artists of virtually every genre, including David Crosby, Erykah Badu, Kirk Franklin, 50 Cent, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Lalah Hathaway, Phillip Phillips and even Pat Boone.
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