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John Spaulding


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Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 23 Aug 2019 2:16 pm    
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Modern Music Masters is proud to announce "Contemporary Pedal Steel Guitar Volume 1", a pedal steel guitar course taught by Tommy White and Paul Franklin.

For the first time ever, these two Hall of Famers sat down behind their guitars to do a video answering their most frequently-asked questions about picking, blocking and the PF4/TW Split pedal changes.

They explain the history of these techniques, where they came from and what they have evolved into as the pedal steel guitar continues to expand its place in modern music.

This is the definitive, up-close look at Tommy's palm blocking-based technique and Paul's pick blocking style, which evolved from Buddy Emmons' pioneering approach. They even come up with a new and more accurate term for it: "The 3 - Element Technique".

With over 40 tabbed licks demonstrating the various concepts, here's your chance to have a fun and informative visit with two great players at the top of their game.

Click here for full details: Contemporary Pedal Steel Guitar Volume 1

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John Spaulding


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Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 16 Sep 2019 7:55 am    
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Some early testimonial quotes from players who picked up the Contemporary Pedal Steel Guitar course. See post above for more info on this amazing and informative summit of two of the instrument's finest players.

"I totally recommend this course to a player of any level. Even if you “know everything” and you’re happy with your playing, it’s worth it to just watch them talk about the instrument."

"There are a lot of nuances in this course that would take many folks a long time to discover on their own. Thanks to both of you for yet another valuable learning tool."

"There is a wealth of good info here. Wish these lessons had been around 40 years ago !!!"

"The in-depth videos are a treasure"
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Quentin Hickey


Post  Posted 9 Nov 2019 2:32 am    
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I would love very much for Tommy to put out his owm lessons. Maybe some day
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Tommy White


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Nashville
Post  Posted 14 Nov 2019 7:58 pm    
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Quentin, Paul’s teaching method and attention to detail is the best that’s ever been.
Paul had a way of bringing every nuance of my playing to light. He was able to recognize
articulates and form in my playing I needed to look at and improve on. Things I hadn’t thought about. I think about it now!
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Quentin Hickey


Post  Posted 15 Nov 2019 3:34 am    
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Hi Tommy,

Oh yes Paul has an incredible gift of teching and insight as qell as an out of this world player such as yourself. I guess its just me being a little selfish. I havent been able to commit to his lesson yet although I plan on doing it for sure. I hope you two make this a usual thing! 😁
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John Sluszny


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Brussels, Belgium
Post  Posted 15 Nov 2019 11:33 am    
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OK with iPad ? Thanks !
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John Spaulding


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Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 15 Nov 2019 3:33 pm    
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John Sluszny wrote:
OK with iPad ? Thanks !


Hi John-

Yes, any device that has a solid internet connection will work.

All major browsers have been tested (Chrome, Safari, Windows Edge, Brave, Firefox) and iOS and Android.
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John Sluszny


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Brussels, Belgium
Post  Posted 15 Nov 2019 4:56 pm    
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Thanks ! Very Happy
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