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@David_Hinckley · Guitar · Boston, MA
David Hinckley is a guitarist, composer and educator outside Boston, MA. He maintains a full roster of private students and is always open to taking on new students. Please be in touch to book a lesson. https://www.davidhinckleymusic.com/
April 6, 2021

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Head and 1st 24 bars of the solo section to Eddie Harris' "Sham Time" from his 1967 record The Electrifying Eddie Harris. Great example of building on a simple theme and variation to build an interesting… More…
March 16, 2021

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Here is composite arrangement of the Donald Byrd tune "The Weasil" from his 1970 record Fancy Free. The rhythm part is combination of the guitar pickup phrase and the electric piano chord rhythms. I voiced… More…

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Wes' first two choruses from "13 (Death March)" off the Dynamic Duo record with Jimmy Smith. More…

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Guitar and bass parts to The Four Tops "Reach Out, I'll Be There." A great study in rhythm section arrangements. More…

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Jimmy Ponder is a guitarist who does not receive nearly the attention he deserves. Here is one quick chorus from the Donald Byrd jam "The Weasil" from Byrd's 1970 release Fancy Free. More…

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Here is the outro solo to my tune "Western Nights." This is the B side to my 2020 single "Your Man (On The Inside)." It's full of slick soul jazz lines I've lifted off everyone from George Benson to Cornell… More…

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Grant Green's 1st chorus from "Two For One" from his 1961 record Gooden's Corner (released in 1980). The song form is an exact copy of the Miles Davis classic "So What" with Green only changing the main… More…

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1 chorus of Grant Green's solo on "All The Things You Are" from his Standards record. More…

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One chorus of Wes' solo on "OGD (Road Song) from Further Adventures of Jimmy and Wes. More…

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Willie Hale, aka Little Beaver, showing us how they did it in Miami on Gwen McCrae's "90% of Me Is You" from her killing 1974 debut record. Great octave melody at the intro, loose 16th funk rhythms at… More…

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Ernie Isley's fuzz guitar part on The Isley Brothers' "Why When Love Is Gone" from their 1967 release Soul On The Rocks. A great example of how to use fuzz guitar in a non-rock situation. Here the guitar… More…

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Ernie Isley is relentless in his rhythm guitar track on The Isley Brothers 1975 hit "Fight The Power, Pts. 1 & 2" … More…

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Marv Tarplin takes a fairly loose approach to his guitar track on "Special Occasion" from the Smokey Robinson & The Miracles record of the same name. Besides the Intro riff he is playing fills throughout… More…

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Bobby Eli's Electric Sitar part from the Delfonics "Trying to Make a Fool of Me" from their self titled 1970 record, written by Thom Bell and William Hart.… More…

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Steve Cropper is usually the first name that comes to mind when talking about the guitars on Stax records but there are times when Booker T Jones took over the guitar chair. His playing here has a gentle… More…

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An overview of Marv Tarplin's guitar parts on "Yester Love" by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles. I have added in some chord hits here and there and harmonized some melodic phrases with 6ths or simple… More…

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Cornell Dupree's guitar fills (and some piano) from Donny Hathaway's live version of the John Lennon classic. More…

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Never has a guitarist played the instrument so sweet and pretty while still dripping with grease than Curtis Mayfield. … More…

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Cornell Dupree's guitar parts on Brook Benton's 1970 recording of "Rainy Night In Georgia" by Tony Joe White. A masterclass on using double stops in Soul music, plus plenty of hammer on/pull off fills… More…

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An overview of Marv Tarplin's parts on the The Miracles' "Baby, Baby Dont Cry" plus a few extra fills most likely added by one or more of the Funk Brothers guitar section (Robert White, Eddie Willis &… More…

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"Kissing My Love" by Bill Withers with Benorce Blackmon on guitar is a must learn tune for anyone working on getting their right hand sixteenth note technique together. It also never hurts to practice… More…

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Grant Green's solo section to "Never Can Say Goodbye" from his 1971 release "Visions" More…

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A quick two choruses of Grant Green's solo on "Ease Back" More…

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An overview of Bobby Womack and Reggie Young's guitar parts from the Bobby Womack penned "I'm In Love"… More…