In today’s lesson we’ll talk about how to get that Texas-style “chunk” out of your blues rhythms.

Also, we’ll talk about where a lot of those different classic riffs in the style of SRV and Kenny Wayne Shepherd (and that Griff Hamlin guy) come from.

Grab your guitar and let’s get going:

    14 replies to "That Texas “Chunka Chunka” Rhythm Thing…"

    • Ken Tillotson

      Hi Griff enjoyed the video just wanted to know while you are playing that style can you break from it and play small solo licks also. Ken

    • Roger R- South west coast UK

      Thanks again Griff for another great lesson.

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    • Karl Farren

      Hi Griff.

      Thank you for another great lesson.

      On the rhythmic subdivision aspect of the Texas shuffle, – what about feeling it in sixteenth notes, but only playing the first and FOURTH of each grouping of sixteenths, as opposed to the first and THIRD of eighth note triplets? It’s a subtle difference, but to me it gives it more of that Texas swagger.

      Not trying to be a smartass here, – I have nothing but respect for your teaching.

      Thank you again.

    • billy

      top job as ever Griff
      great powers of analysis

    • Mike

      Well done Griff. Big Texas style thank you!

    • DaveyJoe

      Yup! Takes a little work. Cool though!

    • chris clemans

      This was chunka great. You also covered texas style chunka in a BGU lesson and this really helped when I went back to it, thank you thank you.

    • Steve o

      Thx Griff!! This Texas chunka chunka style takes some practice!!

    • Bob Carroll

      Another great and helpful video to be used by this hacker today ✌😎

    • Dan

      Great stuff Griff. I am going to practice this. Ausome job explaining how to do it, muting etc. I love the Texas style…Thanks.

    • Mark d

      Killer, thx griff!

    • William Farrar

      That’s awesome! I’ve always wondered how they got that sound

    • Rob S

      Awesome thanks Griff

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