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Corey Wong / Mark Lettieri / Larry Carlton

Greg Ferguson

Axe-Master
I like Cory and enjoy his work, and I have liked and enjoyed Carlton’s music. I love what Lettieri is doing and follow his music.

Combine them and there’s some amazing possibilities.
 

vetteboy79

Inspired
Cory annoys me a little bit, I just find him irritating to watch, and the Vulfpeck/Fearless Flyers sorta style gets old to me after a song or two. But these long form things he puts together are pretty great.

Loved when Mark was watching Larry just 'be Larry' and you can tell the level of respect and admiration there.
 

faulknier

Inspired
Cory annoys me a little bit, I just find him irritating to watch, and the Vulfpeck/Fearless Flyers sorta style gets old to me after a song or two. But these long form things he puts together are pretty great.

Loved when Mark was watching Larry just 'be Larry' and you can tell the level of respect and admiration there.
I can see how Cory can get on one's nerves, but he's not as bad as a lot of other youtubers it seems, and this is the first I've ever watched of his videos.

Lettieri and Carlton are both killin' it like they do, but damn do I love that lefty rhythm section.
 

Chewie5150

Power User
Diggin' Lettieri's PRS Fiore, also watching this inspires me to work on my Rhythm playing. Love the full band aspect with the horns and brass. This has the feel of a mashup of Lawrence Welk show meets a corporate PR broadcast
 
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