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Neil Flanz

 

From:
Austin, Tx.
Post  Posted 21 Feb 2013 11:42 am    
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Just thought I'd mention that I'm still giving one on one pedal steel lessons in Austin and am looking for students.Please email me for info. neilflanz@austin.rr.com. Looking forward to hearing from you.

Neil


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Chuck S. Lettes


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Denver, Colorado
Post  Posted 21 Feb 2013 2:18 pm     Mash Pedals A and B
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A tip of the hat to Neil. He got me started way back when. He is a steel guitar historian and knows his way around both E9th and C6th.
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Neil Flanz

 

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Austin, Tx.
Post  Posted 24 Oct 2015 9:43 am    
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I just wanted to let everyone know that I still give one on one lessons in Austin and my new email address is neilflanz1@gmail.com
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Herb Steiner

 

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Spicewood TX 78669
Post  Posted 24 Oct 2015 11:49 pm    
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I occasionally get requests for lessons or inquiries about learning steel and I always... ALWAYS... refer Neil to those asking about such things. He has the history, the skills, the knowledge, and the DEDICATION to steel guitar instruction that makes for a great teaching experience.

The learning experience, however, is up to the student, but Neil can show y'all the way.

Just a sidebar: at the ASGC meeting last Sunday, Neil and I were listening to a great set by Jody Cameron. When Jody was backing his wife singing a lovely rendition of the Connie Smith classic "Then and Only Then" with the famous Weldon Myrick intro and solo, Neil leaned over to me and said "that solo was on my first instructional album."

"That's where I learned it, Neil" was my reply. Laughing
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Neil Flanz

 

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Austin, Tx.
Post  Posted 12 May 2021 8:38 pm    
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Just an update to those interested in pedal steel lessons. I am once again giving one on one lessons in my apartment to anyone who has been vaccinated against Covid. Please email me at neilflanz1@gmail.com
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Steve Hinson

 

From:
Hendersonville Tn USA
Post  Posted 13 May 2021 12:59 pm     ...yep...
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Neil is a pioneer in pedal steel guitar instruction...

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Jack Stoner


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New Port Richey Florida
Post  Posted 14 May 2021 2:23 am    
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The Sho-Bud lick instruction LP by Neil was one of my prime learning tools.

I have one of his C6th Chord books, too.
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Don Sulesky


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Citrus County, FL, Orig. from MA & NH
Post  Posted 15 May 2021 4:40 am    
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My 1st instructional material was Neil's many moons ago.
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Russell Adkins

 

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Louisiana, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2021 1:43 pm     c6 book
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Ive got a c6 book with your picture on it pedal steel chord dictionary
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Johnny Baker

 

From:
Southport, Fla
Post  Posted 12 Jun 2021 9:40 am    
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I certainly wish I lived in your area. Man oh man, what an opportunity, for someone that lives in that area, to learn from one of all time greats. WOW.
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