About finger style funk groove
This is a great 16th note finger style funk groove in the style of the great Francis Rocco Prestia. Learn the A and B sections separately then put them together. Play it over and over to improve your consistency of time. I recommend using the playalong only once you've mastered both the A and B parts. I love this groove, enjoy playing it!
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