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Rick Stickney - 101 Essential Rhythm Guitar Fills and Grooves for R&B, Funk & Soul screenshot


Video: MKV, 1280x720 (16:9), 30 fps
Audio: WMA, 96 Kbps 2 channels
Size: 440 MB | Includes Tabs, VideoS & Jamtracks


A huge collection of the best tasty little fills and grooves for these styles!
The eBook Package Includes:
TAB/Notation for 101 examples.
Links to Normal and Slow Speed Video Clips
Download Links to 30 Backing Tracks for the examples-Normal and Slow Speed
Performance Tips-These include insights such as accents, picking/strum direction and alternative fingerings.

What You Will Learn:

The book is equally divided into 3 parts:

Fills and Grooves for Major Chords (34)
Fills and Grooves for Minor Chords (33)
Fills and Grooves for Dominant Chords (34)

The collection includes beautiful fills for ballads, jazzy fills for minor chords, super funky rhythms for funk and much, much more! With these fills and grooves you will be able to take your playing to new heights of soulfulness.
Learn the right stuff to play between vocal lines or melodies, and many great grooves that can substitute for the tired old funk rhythms you have been playing forever!



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  Member 8.07.2013 115
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Cannot read the mkv files even with VLC and cannot convert them !?? What are those files?
  Contributor 14.12.2010 972 118
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I have VLC 2.2.8 "Weatherwax" and it's working fine. You'll have to check your computer configuration.
  Member 29.06.2014 6 152
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You can convert them in to mp4 for example.

Take a look: http://www.xmedia-recode.de/en/index.html
  Member 25.10.2014 4 230
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VLC OK here
  Member 8.07.2013 115
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Ive tried to convert them with no success. The converter open them as audio files not video files.
  Member 25.10.2014 4 230
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dark magus, here is a short bit on .mkv files. Please try opening them in VLC media player (free for both PC and Mac)

Before we talk about what MKV files are, let’s look at a little history. MKV files, also known as Matroska Video files originated in Russia in 2002. The lead developer, Lasse Kärkkäinen, worked with the founder of Matroska, Steve Lhomme, and a team of programmers to create this comprehensive multimedia container file format. It got its name from the Russian word for Nesting Dolls, matryoshka.

The Matroska project was developed as an open standards project, which means that it is open source and completely free for anyone who wants it for personal use. The company also has a lot of resources on their website, including a list of playback options. As time went on, the format was improved and in 2010, it became the basis for the WebM multimedia format.
What Are MKV Files?

Contrary to popular belief, MKV files are not an audio or video compression format. MKV files are actually multimedia container formats. An MKV container can incorporate audio, video, and subtitles into a single file—even if those elements use different types of encoding. For example, you could have a MKV file that contains H.264 video and something like MP3 or AAC for audio.

MKV container files were designed to be future proof, meaning that the files would not become outdated. Matroska developers included several key features to make this happen, including things like:

Fast seeking
Chapter, menu, and metadata support
Different selectable audio and video streams
Online streaming compatibility
Subtitle (hard-coded and soft-coded) support
Error recovery, which allows for playback of corrupted files

The MKV container itself also supports almost any audio and video format, making the format highly adaptive and easy to use.
How Can I Play MKV Files?

Because MKV isn’t an industry standard, not all media players support it—even though support has grown rapidly. You have two main options for playing MKV files: using an MKV compatible media player or downloading the appropriate codecs for the media player you prefer.
Best Option: Use VLC Media Player

Our favorite choice for playing MKV files is VLC media player—mostly because it has built-in support and doesn’t require that you install anything else. Downloading and installing the program is easy if you follow these directions. Begin by navigating to the official download page at videolan.org. Beware of going anywhere else, because a lot of crapware vendors have fake VLC download sites.
  Member 8.07.2013 115
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quote by photonicdark magus, here is a short bit on .mkv files. Please try opening them in VLC media player (free for both PC and Mac)

Before we talk about what MKV files are, let’s look at a little history. MKV files, also known as Matroska Video files originated in Russia in 2002. The lead developer, Lasse Kärkkäinen, worked with the founder of Matroska, Steve Lhomme, and a team of programmers to create this comprehensive multimedia container file format. It got its name from the Russian word for Nesting Dolls, matryoshka.

The Matroska project was developed as an open standards project, which means that it is open source and completely free for anyone who wants it for personal use. The company also has a lot of resources on their website, including a list of playback options. As time went on, the format was improved and in 2010, it became the basis for the WebM multimedia format.
What Are MKV Files?

Contrary to popular belief, MKV files are not an audio or video compression format. MKV files are actually multimedia container formats. An MKV container can incorporate audio, video, and subtitles into a single file—even if those elements use different types of encoding. For example, you could have a MKV file that contains H.264 video and something like MP3 or AAC for audio.

MKV container files were designed to be future proof, meaning that the files would not become outdated. Matroska developers included several key features to make this happen, including things like:

Fast seeking
Chapter, menu, and metadata support
Different selectable audio and video streams
Online streaming compatibility
Subtitle (hard-coded and soft-coded) support
Error recovery, which allows for playback of corrupted files

The MKV container itself also supports almost any audio and video format, making the format highly adaptive and easy to use.
How Can I Play MKV Files?

Because MKV isn’t an industry standard, not all media players support it—even though support has grown rapidly. You have two main options for playing MKV files: using an MKV compatible media player or downloading the appropriate codecs for the media player you prefer.
Best Option: Use VLC Media Player

Our favorite choice for playing MKV files is VLC media player—mostly because it has built-in support and doesn’t require that you install anything else. Downloading and installing the program is easy if you follow these directions. Begin by navigating to the official download page at videolan.org. Beware of going anywhere else, because a lot of crapware vendors have fake VLC download sites.

Thanks for your epic and historic answer. I've been using VLC for many years and already read .mkv files, only those mkv files are unreadable and also impossible to convert.
  Member 25.10.2014 4 230
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How weird. Perhaps redownload them? They do work fine in my version of VLC. Good luck.

Glad to have been entitled EPIC!!! LOL........

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