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Franklin


Post Posted 25 Sep 2017 6:02 pm     Reply with quote

In the past, I’ve taught lessons via cassettes, CDs, DVDs, private lessons and clinics. While those are all good ways to share knowledge, they do not make it practical to follow up with students to make sure that I have covered the lesson material in a clear and concise manner and that the student has learned it completely.

I now believe that internet video technology has advanced to the point that offering a streaming online course is the best way to teach as much content as possible. Organizing the lessons into a method allows students to learn at their own pace, ask questions, and even help create new content.

Designed for all players at all levels - from beginners to working pros, The Paul Franklin Method is a university-style course drawing on my 50+ years of playing pedal steel, and is designed to teach you everything you’ll need to know to be the best you can be. We’ll launch with 90 streaming high definition, multi-camera videos and add to that content on a regular basis. There are also jam tracks, PDF transcriptions and TABs.

This course will be a living, breathing, and ongoing resource and I will be updating the contents regularly based on student requests for more examples or exercises, and any new insights I might have from my studio and live gigs. I look forward to working with you to make the course the best it can be.

My partners and I are putting the finishing touches on The Paul Franklin Method and plan to open enrollment very soon. In the meantime, we'd like to share a preview of the course. Just click on the link below to watch some clips and get more info.

Thanks so much for your interest! - Paul

The Paul Franklin Method COMING SOON!

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Charley Hill


From:
South Carolina
Post Posted 25 Sep 2017 9:00 pm     Reply with quote

Just awesome and informative! On the cutting edge of instructional material for the instrument we all love!

Thanks for the energy that you have put into this didactic effort!

Charley
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Scott Duckworth


From:
Etowah, TN Western Foothills of the Smokies
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 2:54 am     Reply with quote

WOW!
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Alexander Rehfeld


From:
Lübeck, Germany
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 3:37 am     Reply with quote

Wow, that’s fantastic news! Thank you so much for sitting down to share your knowledge with us!
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Johnny Howington


From:
Lillington, NC
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 6:53 am     Nice Reply with quote

Looking forward to learning a great deal more on the Pedal Steel Guitar! Thanks for your efforts!
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Paul Wade


From:
mundelein,ill
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 7:03 am     Reply with quote

holy cow Whoa! i am in on this great paul


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David Cubbedge


From:
Toledo,Ohio, USA
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 8:26 am     Reply with quote

I've just signed up for updates. Looking forward to this!....
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John McClung


From:
Olympia WA, USA
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 9:13 am     Reply with quote

Paul, what on earth has changed in your life where you have the time to tackle such an ambitous, and wonderful, project like this? Don't sessions, and the Time Jumpers keep keep you busy beyond belief? Smile

Looking forward to the details, and I thought there was great value in the demo video I received a link for.

Please make sure your camera work shows clearly your right hand at work view from the keyhead direction. One of my dream projects was to somehow do video closeups of Buddy Emmons' right hand, and even in slo-mo, to enable macro study of his great style. Sadly, never happened. So it's up to you, Paul!
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gary pierce


From:
Rossville TN
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 9:50 am     Reply with quote

I'll subscribe, I'm already on Artist Works.
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Dale Foreman


From:
Crowley Louisiana, USA
Post Posted 26 Sep 2017 12:31 pm     Paul Franklin Course Reply with quote

Count me in! Let us know when and where to enroll!
Dale
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Hook Moore


From:
South Charleston,West Virginia
Post Posted 27 Sep 2017 1:31 am     Reply with quote

Thank you Paul. This will be very cool !
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Bruce W Heffner


From:
Payson, Arizona
Post Posted 29 Sep 2017 4:53 am     Wow! Reply with quote

This will be a great asset to all of us in keeping the instrument alive for the next generation of players. Having a great player become a great teacher to the masses, (as Jeff was), is just wonderful. Thank you Paul Franklin. And yes, I am signing up!
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Mat Davallet


From:
France (Vendée)
Post Posted 1 Oct 2017 10:27 pm     Reply with quote

Very good news for overseas players. This has been a long way of the cross for all players who have learned the pick blockin by doing slowdowns on youtube videos. Thanks !
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Jim Reynolds


From:
Franklin, Pennsylvania
Post Posted 2 Oct 2017 11:21 am     Reply with quote

I was never elected to be one of his students, although I tried, but I think John McClung was the pioneer in this type of lessons. I got all his info right before he had his medical condition, so never got to be enrolled, but it sounds so much like his course. I wish Paul the very best and will take the course. I would have taken John's too, but it didn't come to. I wish him and John both the best, and will be on the list.
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Kristen Bruno


From:
Orlando, Florida, USA
Post Posted 5 Oct 2017 5:47 am     Reply with quote

I can't wait to be the next Paul Franklin!
Hopefully on a 12 string!

K
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Ron Scott


Post Posted 7 Oct 2017 8:39 am     Reply with quote

Sounds great. Looking forward to it.RS
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Sonny Jenkins


From:
New Braunfels, Tx. 78130
Post Posted 9 Oct 2017 7:13 am     Reply with quote

Wonder when this is going to happen?,,,,,and how much!
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Dennis Manuel


From:
Hixon, B.C., Canada
Post Posted 10 Oct 2017 3:43 pm     Reply with quote

Paul that is fabulous. It is wonderful to see that you are sharing your incredible knowledge and technique. It will certainly help certify the longevity of the Pedal Steel Guitar. Count me in.
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David Cubbedge


From:
Toledo,Ohio, USA
Post Posted 13 Oct 2017 5:34 am     Reply with quote

I've already learned quite a bit from those three sample videos! Count me in for sure!!
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Quentin Hickey


From:
NS, Canada
Post Posted 13 Oct 2017 12:29 pm     Reply with quote

Looking forward to it Paul!
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Larry R


From:
Navasota, Tx.
Post Posted 13 Oct 2017 4:25 pm     New Product Announcement Methods Reply with quote

This is great Paul. I'd be interested in the New Product as well. Keep me informed.
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Rick Rian


From:
Rochester, Minnesota, USA
Post Posted 24 Oct 2017 4:37 am     Reply with quote

I'm in ... Smile
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Gary Cooper


From:
Atmore, Alabama
Post Posted 29 Oct 2017 3:34 pm     Lessons Reply with quote

Paul, your course is just what I need. To learn anything from the greatest living steel player would be absolutely fantastic. Plus, as intelligent as Paul is I am sure his camera angles will be right on point to reflect how he does what he does. I believe Paul's course will be the most innovative course on the market.
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John Spaulding


From:
Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 10 Nov 2017 11:25 am     Reply with quote

Hi guys -

John from Modern Music Masters, here.

Paul stopped by to give out more info on this post: Post on For Sale: Lessons Thread

He asked that we post links to all of the sample content we have shared with those of you who have subscribed for e-mail updates, so here you go. Enjoy!

Two Clips on Foundations, Licks, Improv

Modern Steel clip

The C6 Neck clip
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Bobby Bonds Sr.


From:
Texas, USA
Post Posted 11 Nov 2017 6:49 am     lessons from a pro Reply with quote

sign me up!
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