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Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 1:43 am     Reply with quote

I am pleased to read all of the responses here. I'll do my best to answer a few of your questions....And we are less than two weeks away from enrollment!

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In short, yes to your questions...There is studio advice sprinkled throughout....I also have an area especially aimed at players who are interested in advancing modern steel guitar....Those that are in the studio or on the bandstand faced with creating parts on songs that have no history with the instrument should love that room....Also how to back up traditional country singers is being filmed in a few days along with the C6th...The campus should have plenty to keep everyone busy and new videos will be added on a regular basis....Hence the two years preparation for this initial release.

I agree, great thoughts...Teaching is needed and teaching helps to advance the instruments growth...

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Richard Sinkler

Oakdale, California
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 7:32 am     Reply with quote

Is there going to be a limit as to how many people can enroll?
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Jack Turlington

Toccoa, GA, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2017 7:58 pm     Wooo Hooooo! Reply with quote

Thanks for doing this Paul. I've been playing for going on 40 years and could sure use something to inspire me to keep playing and that the demand for steel guitar has slowed so much. I'm really looking forward to learning more about C6. Count me in!
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Mickey Adams

Bandera Texas
Post Posted 12 Oct 2017 7:37 am     Reply with quote

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