#1
Hey dudes,

Im looking for some stuff to learn, sortta like Frusciante/hendrix and like jazzy/funky guitar stuff.

any suggestions?

Thanks guys
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#3
errrm i said like...not the same as ...
My Gig Rig...

Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900
#4
Maybe some songs by Extreme? Get The Funk Out is a good one. Also look into the band Jane's Addiction, stuff like that.
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#5
Thnx playa
My Gig Rig...

Fender Straocaster or Gibson Les Paul Slash Special -->Lovepedal Amp 50 --> Boss DD-3 --> Crybaby(soon to be Wh10 reissue) --> Big Muff PI --> Boss DS-2 --> Marshall JCM 900
#6
Quote by ChiliFan01
Hey dudes,

Im looking for some stuff to learn, sortta like Frusciante/hendrix and like jazzy/funky guitar stuff.

any suggestions?

Thanks guys


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#7
jazzy? Check out the A-Go-Go record by John Scofield. Not really rock guitar but funky still.
#9
For jazz get into Al Di Meola.
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#12
Quote by soundgarden19
For jazz get into Al Di Meola.

Meola is Jazz Fusion mixed with Latin and Samba. Jazz and Jazz Fusion are two different Genres.

For Jazz, Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrel, Django Reinhardt, those cats.

If you're looking for Jazzy sounding things, then obviously look toward Fusion as soundgarden stated, Eric Johnson's Manhattan, SRV, East Wes, and Rain are good. Allan Holdsworth is another dominant fusion artist.

Funk, just look into how funk is made. I mean to learn these genres, you just have to learn what made them that genre. For Funk, it's mostly the rhythm, so learn the rhythms.
#13
Quote by ChiliFan01
Hey dudes,

Im looking for some stuff to learn, sortta like Frusciante/hendrix and like jazzy/funky guitar stuff.

any suggestions?

Thanks guys


If you're looking for Hendrix type music then you mean blues rock. I'd imagine Frusciante is pretty heavily influenced by Hendrix even though he doesn't seem to show much blues influence.