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Borrowing from legendary artist Bob Marley, Stevie Wonder released this track on his album Hotter Than July in 1980.

This funk remake of a reggae classic has all the markings of a Stevie Wonder masterpiece: funky unison riffs, chanky guitar chords and a bass line that’s designed to get you groovin’.

By incorporating so many different techniques on the guitar, you’ll be able to boost not just your song repertoire, but also massively improve your chops.

In addition to providing you with a technical challenge, this in-depth lesson will help you switch comfortably between the multiple “feels” of this song.

It’s one thing to be able to play licks fast, efficiently and relaxed, but it’s even more important to play within the groove and pocket of the song, and to match the feel.

So don’t wait, join me in this lesson and see if you can master Master Blaster.