Announcement: Releases “Upbeat Funk Guitar Riff with Muting Technique in A Minor - Funk Rhythm Guitar Lesson”

Share Article released a new video guitar lesson from instructor George Marios. In this guitar lesson, now available on, George Marios teaches an easy upbeat funk riff in the key of A.

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George starts off this easy funky rhythm guitar lesson by first performing the riff so you can hear how it should sound. This funk style riff is in the key of A and is based in the pentatonic scale and is a great riff for learning the muting technique that was made really popular by guitarists like Stevie Ray Vaughn if songs like Pride and Joy. Marios breaks the riff down so that it is easy for even the beginner guitarist to follow along and gives some great tips for practicing the muting technique with a scale to help you master the technique. Guitar TAB’s are available for this easy rhythm guitar lesson at

A Pentatonic Scale is a musical scale with five notes per octave and is very common and found all over the world.

Stevie Ray Vaughn, a native of Dallas Texas, was a legendary blues guitarist best known as the leader of Double Trouble and for helping with the blues revival of the 1980’s. Double Trouble sold out concert venues around the world and had many Gold Records. Vaughn’s career was cut short when he was killed in a helicopter crash in 1990.

George Marios
George Marios is a guitarist, composer and recording artist originally from Greece, but relocated to the UK in 2012. George has studied at the Nemesis Guitar School and Leeds College of Music. George was a finalist in the 2009 Guitar Idol contest and has performed and recorded all around the UK. You can find George performing with his band KODY and giving online guitar lessons through his site.

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