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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2019 7:32 am    
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Kicked off Once A Day yesterday. Great song with a ton of licks. Will revisited scale positions along the neck and its makes a lot a difference when you understand what your playing and just not following tab. Thanks Will
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Doug Taylor


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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2019 7:45 am    
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This was a great lesson, as someone pretty new, all the scales and demonstration of playing a song was most helpful.
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Joe Cook


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Post  Posted 23 Nov 2019 3:11 pm    
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Yeah Doug, I've been with William for about three years now and I've learned so much. It is a real journey, lots of practice and learning but well worth the effort. It helps so much to have an excellent player show you how it should be done.
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 29 Nov 2019 3:14 pm    
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Joey is right about the scale exercises. Join in for week 3 of once a day!!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 8 Dec 2019 9:05 am     Broadcast
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Want be long before Will wraps up with Crying. Parnell and Don votes for Lost in the Feeling. I will have to go along with that choice, Will does a fine job on this song but he does it all the songs he records. For you folks that would like to learn how to play a pedal steel guitar remember one thing, they are players and they are teachers. Will happens to be both a rare breed. Give him a try he will make a difference in your playing.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 15 Dec 2019 8:11 am     B/cast
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LOST IN THE FEELING looks to be the next song up.
https://youtu.be/ystqFJVYamQ
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 22 Dec 2019 8:26 am    
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What great chord progression the intro to lost in a feeling has. This week had that along with the intro to 15 years ago along with 4 great technique exercises. Come join us for the next three weeks of Lost in a feeling!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 30 Dec 2019 10:35 am     B/cast
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Four Great Tech Exercises this week, each designed to back up a singer or lead instrument. Well worth the price of admission!
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 5 Jan 2020 3:33 pm    
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Four more great technique exercises this week and a great little intro in C. I have really enjoyed Lost in the feeling, such a great chord progression. Come join the fun!
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Larry Hopkins


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Post  Posted 5 Jan 2020 5:38 pm     Lost in the feeling
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Yep,great stuff ,well worth the admission price,good job William,check it out people,your missing out on some great info,and Williams always amusing to listen to😁✌️
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 12 Jan 2020 9:20 am     B/cast
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Looks like this will be the next project song (Farewell Party) starting Jan 25, 2020. Take a minute to listen this soundcloud. If you are looking for help to get started or expand on your playing you might want to give William a try. At least you can here him play what he teaches and that goes a long way because a teacher can only teach what they know.
10 years doing this weekly broadcast and many that started are still with him.
https://soundcloud.com/williamlitaker/farewell-party-mp3wsteel
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Joe Cook


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Post  Posted 13 Jan 2020 7:11 pm    
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Yeah Joey, excellent lessons for a VERY reasonable price! I've been with William now for over 180 week's and every week I learn a lot. Farewell Party is going to be a great one.
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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 14 Jan 2020 5:31 pm    
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Joey thanks for getting "Farewell Party" back on Mr. Litaker
YouTube teaching channel. I wasn't trying to learn the pedal steel the first time William taught good job to the both of you.
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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 15 Jan 2020 7:20 pm    
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This will be a great song for Techniques! Maybe William will show everyone how Dan Polycarpo did the boot block...


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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 21 Jan 2020 10:04 am     B/Cast
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Thanks to all that has commented on Fare Well Party. It's set to get started this saturday 25th Jan. This was done years ago but we have a lot of new people join since this was done. Plus us old ones probably need to revisit this oldie for good measures.
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 22 Jan 2020 10:35 am    
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Farewell Party should be tons of fun. Join in, for me it is the best 5$ I spend all week!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 24 Jan 2020 11:16 am     B/cast
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Farewell Party starting this saturday, still time to join!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 30 Jan 2020 8:33 pm     B/cast
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Will's just getting to the good stuff on Farewell Party,
still time to get in. This is a good one to learn.
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 30 Jan 2020 8:47 pm    
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Joey is right, William's rendition of Farewell Party is full of the kind of licks that you just want to learn when you hear them. The great part is instead of wearing out your cassette tape trying to learn the lick you have a tab, a track, and his wonderful instruction. Don't miss out on this one!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 2 Feb 2020 12:57 pm     B/cast
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Another great hour on Farewell Party last saturday, if you miss it you certainly missed out on some good licks and advice on how to play. For the few that really wants to learn to play you might want to consider $20 bucks for four weeks. That will be the best money you ever spent on steel guitar!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Larry Hopkins


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Post  Posted 2 Feb 2020 2:27 pm     Farewell Party ,
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I purchased this tab from Williams web site a few months back ,great lesson,a good rendition on a great song,full of movements that can be used in a lot of other songs,this weeks technique are really cool also,always looking ahead to next weeks exercises.thanks William,good job.😀Gotta brand new pair of shoes😁
Larry
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 7 Feb 2020 10:29 am     B/cast
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Saturday fast approaching, still time to get in.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 11 Feb 2020 7:21 pm     B/cast
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Take a little time and listen to this song. Great song well played this would be a nice one to learn.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=akna7EZ6h_4&feature=youtu.be
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 17 Feb 2020 7:12 am    
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Wow, I vote for beneath still waters, what a beautiful rendition William does! Joey, I gotta say that is two great suggestions in a row, you got a hot streak going here! We have the last chorus of Farewell Party coming up this week, don't miss out, join in for a mere 5$!
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