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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 11 May 2020 10:16 am    
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Hey guys and gals! Thanks for your patience. and thanks for signing up to be notified. Travis Toy Tutorials just went live, and is now open for business. I hope you will come check it out, and give me the opportunity to help you with your learning. There is a lot on there already initially, with basically limitless content to come, or until I go crazy and burn all of my guitars. I have tons of stuff planned already, and I will be basing a lot of that off of what you want me to teach. I'll shut up now.

www.travistoytutorials.com

Thanks and I hope to see you there!

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John Ely

 

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Post  Posted 14 May 2020 3:34 pm     Travis Toy Tutorials
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FWIW, I signed up for Travis' lessons and find it really valuable so far..
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 14 May 2020 4:47 pm     Re: Travis Toy Tutorials
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John Ely wrote:
FWIW, I signed up for Travis' lessons and find it really valuable so far..
John


Thanks John. Glad you’re in there! So much exciting stuff in the works. I’ve got so many things I wanna do, it’s honestly overwhelming. Just working through my list a day at a time. Haha.

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James Sission

 

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Post  Posted 15 May 2020 8:20 am    
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I singed up and watched about 30 per cent of the content so far. There is a lot of information there and some very valuable lessons that I wish had been available when I started playing the first time.
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 15 May 2020 8:48 am    
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James Sission wrote:
I singed up and watched about 30 per cent of the content so far. There is a lot of information there and some very valuable lessons that I wish had been available when I started playing the first time.


Thanks James! Well...they're here now! Haha. It's never too late to learn something new. I'm so glad you're enjoying the lessons. A tremendous amount of content is planned, that will be lasting into the foreseeable future.

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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 31 May 2020 6:53 pm    
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Tomorrow marks week 3 since I launched, and I’m blown away by how engaged everyone is, and how many people are learning a WHOLE new way to look at the instrument. I hope anyone reading this will come over, take a look, and give me the chance to help you with your journey. It would be my pleasure to serve you.

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Daniel Haymore

 

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Post  Posted 3 Jun 2020 11:35 am    
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I signed up for Travis' instructionals and would encourage everyone even remotely thinking about it to do it. It's just like being in his music room learning in person. I've done both so i can attest to that. High quality materials and great instruction.

It has already improved my playing noticeably and i can't wait to get further down the rabbit hole.

Thanks Travis!
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Bob Snelgrove


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san jose, ca
Post  Posted 5 Jun 2020 7:08 pm    
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E9 only?

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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 5 Jun 2020 9:08 pm    
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Bob Snelgrove wrote:
E9 only?

bob


I only play E9th tuning, so that’s all I’m teaching on. That being said, SO many concepts, techniques, ideas, etc that I’m teaching are not tuning specific. Furthermore, I’m teaching some things and approaches to E9th that I don’t really see anyone else doing. Just my personal take and approach to the tuning, music in general, and attempting to help people see what I see, and WHY I see it. It’s been a very exciting first month (almost) and I’m honored to have players on the site who are literally heroes of mine, telling me that they’re learning new things. It’s quite humbling, and I honestly just love to help people get better and enjoy playing music as much as I do.

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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 5 Jun 2020 9:08 pm    
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Another weekend, and another opportunity to take the first step towards achieving your pedal steel guitar goals. Come give me the chance to help you finally understand and master the instrument we all love, from a fresh perspective that’s all about helping YOU. Visit www.travistoytutorials.com to learn more and start your new journey with me.

https://youtu.be/vOoWIt_3XfU
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Leo Grassl

 

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Post  Posted 9 Jun 2020 10:36 am    
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The detail Travis goes into in teaching right hand technique is unmatched. Ill also add that the practicality of the way he teaches technique makes learning fun and highly accessible to anyone. The fine details of pick blocking are made clear therefor simplifying learning.

Congtas Travis! I'm stoked to be a part of this.
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 9 Jun 2020 9:11 pm    
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Leo Grassl wrote:
The detail Travis goes into in teaching right hand technique is unmatched. Ill also add that the practicality of the way he teaches technique makes learning fun and highly accessible to anyone. The fine details of pick blocking are made clear therefor simplifying learning.

Congtas Travis! I'm stoked to be a part of this.


Thanks Leo! I am so glad that you’re in there with me, and enjoying it. It’s all in the details, and making sure people grasp what’s truly happening in a technique. There are lots of very important intricacies in there that I don’t see anyone else teaching, and those are some of the most important aspects.

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Paul Pearson

 

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Post  Posted 10 Jun 2020 5:59 am     Travis Toy
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Travis is it about time to sign up for the second set of lessons thanks Paul Pearson
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Dale Foreman

 

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Post  Posted 10 Jun 2020 1:28 pm     Travis Toy tutorials
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Hey guys, I’m a very long time player here and with all that’s going on in the country with lockdowns etc, I decided to enroll in Travis’s tutorial and I’m really blown away with the tons of information contained in this site. I highly recommend this for all levels of player’s.
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 13 Jun 2020 7:16 pm    
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Half of this crazy year is gone already. Take the first step towards achieving your pedal steel guitar goals. Come give me the chance to help you finally understand and master the instrument we all love, from a fresh perspective that’s all about helping YOU. Visit www.travistoytutorials.com to learn more and start your new journey with me.

https://youtu.be/vOoWIt_3XfU

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Brian Straub

 

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Post  Posted 18 Jun 2020 11:28 am     Travis Toy Tutorials
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I signed up this week and all the videos have something new to learn or refine. Travis explains the content very well and it's good for all players. So far I've watched a few videos and have learned alot. Reasonable cost for the content presented. Looking forward to more videos and learning in the months ahead. Also, Travis is available and you can comment on every video. Go check it out.
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 18 Jun 2020 11:29 am     Re: Travis Toy Tutorials
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Brian Straub wrote:
I signed up this week and all the videos have something new to learn or refine. Travis explains the content very well and it's good for all players. So far I've watched a few videos and have learned alot. Reasonable cost for the content presented. Looking forward to more videos and learning in the months ahead. Also, Travis is available and you can comment on every video. Go check it out.


Thanks Brian! So glad to have you on the site, and I appreciate the kind words.

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Jeff Heard


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Lopez Island, Washington, USA
Post  Posted 21 Jun 2020 10:08 am    
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Travis’s program is incredible, and it’s a real bargain, in my opinion.
No matter how long you’ve been playing, there’s a ton of useful content,
all presented in a clear and articulate way. And if you have questions, they get answered promptly.
Thanks for doing this, Travis!
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Sam Conomo

 

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Queensland, Australia
Post  Posted 21 Jun 2020 8:58 pm     Travis,s lesson
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I have enjoyed the lessons.
Loved the ideas on the Bb
Knee lever or pedal.
And the connection to dom7#5 & dom7b5
.enjoyed the Dom 7b9 lesson.
I really enjoyed learning a
few more 9th string root tricks.

A newbie of 40 years.
Sam.
Thanks travis.
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Ray Frady

 

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Rittman, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 2 Jul 2020 10:41 pm    
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Travis, All of my devices are Android. Are your lessons compatible with Android?
Thanx
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 3 Jul 2020 10:44 am    
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Love what Travis is doing with this... Great details and exceptional accessibility.
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 11 Jul 2020 3:29 pm    
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Ray Frady wrote:
Travis, All of my devices are Android. Are your lessons compatible with Android?
Thanx


Hey Ray. Sorry just saw this. Yes they are fully compatible with Android devices.

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Post  Posted 11 Jul 2020 3:29 pm    
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Weekends are for grillin’, chillin’, and STEELin’. I can’t cook for you, and I can’t binge Netflix with you, but I CAN teach you how to play pedal steel guitar if you’re a beginner, or maybe even teach an old dog some new tricks. Come join a fun new learning experience, and a quickly growing community of fellow pickers over at www.travistoytutorials.com

https://youtu.be/vOoWIt_3XfU

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Post  Posted 18 Jul 2020 9:33 am    
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Another scorching weekend. Too hot for golf...too hot to fish...but just right for staying inside and learning some COOL steel guitar knowledge, techniques, and licks. Maybe even some hot licks. Start your journey to being the player you wanna be, with the growing community at www.travistoytutorials.com

https://youtu.be/vOoWIt_3XfU

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Paul Pearson

 

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Post  Posted 1 Aug 2020 6:06 am     Travis Toy lessons
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Travis when are we going to get some new videos looking forward to some more 9 th string and Randy Beavers pedal lowering 6&9 1/2 tone great lesson on tri tones eyes are beginning to open up thanks
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