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Check out How To Play “Get Lucky” By Daft Punk – Easy Funk Guitar Lesson from Guitar Control instructor Jon MacLennnan. Be sure to get the free tabs to go along with this killer lesson.
Hey how’s it going? My name is Jon MaClennan and I hope you’re doing fantastic. I just wanted to give you a guitar lesson today in the style of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky. So it’s got an awesome funk guitar part in it using some triads on the top three strings. So let’s zoom in and I’ll break down How To Play Get Lucky By Daft Punk for you.
I’m starting out How To Play Get Lucky By Daft Punk with my first finger covering three strings at the 7th fret, 1st, 2nd and 3rd that’s a B minor triad, then I move up to a D shape which here I’m basically playing 10 and 11. This is based off your D chord here like this and then I moved to an f-sharp minor chord which starts on the ninth fret and just goes 1, 2, 3, and then I moved down to an E triad which starts on the seventh fret. So let’s review those four chords… now most of the right hand is based out of a sixteenth note rhythm pattern and that sort of sounds like this… So just see if you can do that on muted strings and the rhythm that I play is this so it’s one was it so basically I’ve got that sixteenth note motor going over here with the right hand and then my left hand is doing mainly muting and then at times I punch that chord and let it come through. Don’t worry about trying to get the chords really clean, they should almost just be like a shaker or like a just a tick sound and don’t forget to tap your left foot.
Be sure to practice How To Play Get Lucky By Daft Punk slowly and work with the rhythm. The songs got such a great groove to it and I like doing it on just a strat or something where you can get a nice clean tone on and add a little chorus. Alright well don’t forget to hit subscribe below and we’ll catch you in the next lesson. Thanks for watching How To Play Get Lucky By Daft Punk.
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