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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 19 Dec 2018 6:07 pm    
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Wow William that was a very nice job on House Of The Rising Sun be fun to play around with that one for a few weeks. Just Sayn
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 21 Dec 2018 6:02 am     Hors
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Still time to sign up for Saturday Broadcast starting
(THE HOUSE OF RISING SUN) Just go to Williams web site to join (very easy) to do.
https://www.pedalsteeler.com/
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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 21 Dec 2018 4:44 pm    
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Is that tomorrows lessons if so I haven't received as of yet
Sad
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 21 Dec 2018 7:52 pm     Broadcast
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I have received my packet for tomorrow (The House of The Rising Sun).
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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 22 Dec 2018 8:46 am    
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Ha!! I found mine for some reason it had went to my spam folder so I'm all in.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 29 Dec 2018 7:53 am     House
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We will be will be getting into the first verse today!!!!!!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 13 Jan 2019 7:19 am     Hors
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Finished up House of the rising sun. New tune starting Saturday the 19th.
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 13 Jan 2019 8:39 am     Re: Litaker Broadcast ( Just Between you and me)
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The question has been asked about the price of William's broadcast each Saturday. The price is $20 for 4 weeks. You receive 16 technique exercises, 4 intos, 1 complete song in the 4 week period. You can go to his web site and join!
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Parnell Flynn


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Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 20 Jan 2019 1:00 pm    
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I want to emphasize how much you get for that 20$. 4 great technique exercises an intro and 1/4 of a song to chew on. I have completed my first two weeks and I have been enjoying it mightily. I also bought parts needed and two of his technique exercises which I use to warm up for the class. I like William's style of teaching.
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Mike Beley


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Alberta, Canada
Post  Posted 22 Jan 2019 9:53 am    
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I have to admit, I almost never get past the technique exercises, as there is so much there to work on, but this is one month where I'm gonna battle through on the whole song.
Great song.
Also, thanks for always drilling the right-hand stuff into our heads at the beginning of each lesson. So easy for us novice players to let that slide and it's a great reminder.
This has really helped my playing the half year or so I've been signed up.
Thanks!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 25 Jan 2019 6:50 am     Broadcast
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For all you pickers on the fence wanting to be a better player, you might want to read what Mike &
Parnell wrote about the broadcast. It works and only $20 per month to be a better player. Think about it!
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 28 Jan 2019 5:52 pm    
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4 more great technique exercises, and I loved learning the intro to borrowed Angel. We are into the meat of just between you and me. William sent out the backing track with this weeks lesson so I have been slowing that down with my music speed changer app playing along with the tabs. I periodically go back to the lesson if I forget how exactly a measure should be phrased or I want to hear some of William's insights again. Great stuff, I can't wait until next week!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 2 Feb 2019 9:06 am     Broadcast
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One of the best broadcast to date. If you missed this you missed a great session!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 3 Feb 2019 8:04 pm    
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Another great class. We got a special treat this week, William explained and tabbed the break to "Funny how time slips away". Full of great licks! Fantastic class so much to work on this week!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 4 Feb 2019 10:23 am     Broadcast
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Getting ready another project song soon! Time to join the madness and see what you have been missing!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 8 Feb 2019 9:37 am    
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Looks like The great classic THE TENNESSE WALTZ might be the next project tune. What do you think about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 8 Feb 2019 11:57 am    
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Oh yeah! That sounds perfect!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 9 Feb 2019 7:27 am    
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The Tennessee Waltz will be the next project tune, starting Feb 16th. Time to sign up at William's web site. This project will last 4 weeks, you will receive 16 Tech exercises,4 Intro's, complete song
(The Tennessee Waltz) Tabbed out note for note during this period for $20 bucks. Try it out, I'm certain you will get your money worth with all this material.
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Parnell Flynn


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Illinois, USA
Post  Posted 9 Feb 2019 11:19 am    
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Great class today. That bluesy C6th stuff was gold!! I really need work and enjoy improving my strumming. That made the swing chord section a whole lot of fun for me. I vote for squeezing in more practices like today's in between learning songs. Terrific!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 13 Feb 2019 6:27 am    
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The Tennessee Waltz starts Feb 16th, come join William and see if his teaching style will help you be a better player!!!!!!!!!!
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2019 6:33 am    
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Joey is right, William's instruction has helped improve many aspects of my playing starting with my right hand technique then moving up into what little gray matter I have left to improve my improvisation. Come and join us this Saturday so that you can get a full four weeks of the Tennessee Waltz, you won't be disappointed.
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 7:56 pm    
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The proof in the pudding. Give William a try, the most you will invest is $20 for 4 weeks, 16 tech exercises, 4 intro's and complete tab of Tennessee Waltz,4 1 hour broadcast that you can watch over and over. How could you lose a dime with that much material and information.
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 16 Feb 2019 9:20 am    
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For the first time I watched the class live today. It was a fantastic class. The fills in C are great and have given us all plenty to work on this week. I liked William's suggestion that we all send him a video of us doing s finger pull behind the bar to raise the second sting in the intro of Tennessee Waltz. I have it quite easy as my Zum Encore has that raise with right knee lever left, thanks Doug!
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Joey Andrews


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Laurel ,Mississippi, USA
Post  Posted 24 Feb 2019 6:25 am    
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A lot of good stuff coming from William's broadcast
every week, usable licks, cord progressions, explained in detail how they work.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 2 Mar 2019 6:54 am    
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It's Saturday again, broadcast day another round of the Tenn Waltz and surprises. Come join in and have a little fun and learn some usable licks!
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