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Larry Ball


Alberta, Canada
Post  Posted 23 Jul 2019 11:33 am    
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I would like to mention the charts that I first started to use. They helped in understanding the combinations needed to form the chord. By that I mean Pedal/Levers, Bar Position and notes played.

These were the "Charts" by Troy Brenningmeyer, they are so easy to use and understand. I was a six string guitar player for many years so I understood a lot of the basic's already. I have committed the positions too memory but still keep a chart close at hand in case of a "Brain F..."

I thought I would express my thanks to Troy as it helped with keeping frustration to a minimum.

So if this helps others, great.

I have since moved on to Paul Franklin and his great teachings.
Mullen SD10,Williams SD12 Extended E9, Peavey Nashville 112, Mission Pro V/P, Telonic's F100 Multi-Taper Super Pro V/P, too many other guitars, amps and effects to mention.
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