Watch the Purple: 6 online guitar lesson by Chris Buono from Guitar Cubed
Guitar 2 takes on the same relaxed pick hand wrist to match the laid back vibe of the entire jam. Though there’s some scratching true to funk comping form, the approach is not overbearing. To see how this is done, watch closely as to the location of where the pick hand is making the contact makes it work.
For the sake of clarity and maximum smoothness between changes, check out how the fret hand sets up for what’s to come after a chunk has been played. For example, right after the Cm6 fragment in the 8th position is played in bar 2 watch how the fret hand assumes the position so to speak to gear up for fretting the 10th position Gm/D triad substitution at the downbeat of bar 3. Speaking of subbing, the next segment delves into the plethora of triads played in Guitar 2 and how they work to make an overall tonality. There's also some very cool interplay between Guitars 1 & 2 that will be discussed.