We all spend a lot of time playing guitar alone. Using a looper fun, but it doesn't seem true to the spirit of just picking up your guitar spontaneously and making music using rhythm, harmony, and melodically interesting lines. Walk into any guitar store, and you hear people blowing lines, but the sense of chordal structure is lost, and lines without chords and groove lack context, making the lines sound empty. (Perhaps I secretly envy piano players, who with ease can play groovy chords progressions and solo over top, no band required. ) So, if you agree that being able to combine a strong rhythmic groove while throwing in lead lines is fun, but it only sounds good if it's well blended so the groove and harmony is never lost, then I hope you can help me. 1. Rhythm and vamps are are more fun when built on syncopated rhythm, and more interesting when you add advanced chord extensions, and suggest some bass movement underneath. 2. Lead lines are more interesting when adding "outside playing" and syncopation that suggests the overall groove. John Scofield seems to be a master at this. He always stays very funky with driving sense of rhythm in his lead playing. I have trouble finding people online who play or teach this style in more of a fusion/funk style rather than straight up blues or chord/melody jazz. Marc Lukas from N'Stuff has some great solo electric guitar jams, but it's too complicated harmonically. Hendrix style solo guitar also abounds online, but sounds too simple and cliched to my ear. There must be a middle ground, with a more modern sound. Given that most of the guitar world plays alone most of the time, it's surprising that there are not courses on this. I've looked at every Truefire course, and it's not covered. Hopefully you can help me find some content for pure groovy solo electric jams, or suggest some players who excel at this style. Thank you.