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A Rhythmic Concept for Funk / Fusion Guitar By Peter O'Mara screenshot
AudioZ Exclusive | PDF + MIDI + Audio | 56.4 MB

There are a lot of books on the market offering "licks" in the funk/fusion style but this book goes a lot further. The 16 challenging compositions by renowned Australian guitarist Peter O'Mara cover a variety of tempos and grooves and are presented using a real rhythm section (from Klaus Doldinger's "Passport") to achieve maximum authenticity. Rhythm guitar riffs are integrated into the overall groove and there is plenty of room for improvisation as well.

The audio play-along tracks are presented in an order of increasing complexity. CD 1 contains complete recordings of all instruments so that you can hear how each track can sound. CD 2 omits all guitar parts so that you can play along with the rhythm section and create your own soli and rhythm parts. MIDI files of all compositions are also included on CD 2.

Titles: Funky Unity * African Heritage * Bad-Son * Livin' in L.A. * Power Tower * Scolclone * Learn from Stern * Got the News? * Shufflin' Hit * Da Fonk * Miles a Minute * Prototype * Hang Five * Spring Song * Dragon Fly * Kangaroo.

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  Resident 10.01.2009 2 739
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This is GREAT!!! Many thanks
  Moderator 21.01.2012 2371 16090
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Yes, it's great, even so, I dont know why they put the word "Funk" , there is nothing of Funk in it.
It's sort of Jazz fusion.. No Funk Groove.
Track 11 called "The funk" is a pale failed try to play funk... Bass super charged, guitar also too charged ... No syncop.. All bits re-marked. All wrong if we look at it in a Funk perspective.
It's simply fusion jazz.
  Banned 24.10.2011 3 1069
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By nature, funk and fusion have almost nothing in common
Jazz / Rock is Fusion

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