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Travis Toy


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Nashville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 27 Nov 2019 3:41 pm    
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Hey everybody. Just wanted to share that I filmed a couple hours of content for the Music City Licks website yesterday. If you’re not aware of it, go check it out. There are currently lessons/videos from myself, Jim Loessberg, Wayne Dahl, Eddy Dunlap, and Danny Muhammad. Lots of great stuff!

www.musiccitylicks.com

-Travis
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Larry Behm


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Mt Angel, Or 97362
Post  Posted 29 Nov 2019 12:05 pm    
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Travis after several months if a person wanted to stop for whatever reason how do you do it?
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Travis Toy


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Post  Posted 29 Nov 2019 12:08 pm    
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Larry Behm wrote:
Travis after several months if a person wanted to stop for whatever reason how do you do it?


Larry, I don’t run the site. I was just hired to do content for it. Mike Bourque, who I believe is on the forum here, runs the site. I would imagine you can cancel your subscription at any time.

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Larry Behm


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Post  Posted 30 Nov 2019 10:24 am    
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Folks if you have not signed up yet, do it. No matter your skill level there is something here for you. Being taught, licks, songs, concepts, techniques etc.

I have played for 47 years, sat with 80 people who wanted to play steel or some who needed a jump start. I still got a lot out of many segments about the little things we need to think about to make us a better player.

For me it reinforced that what I have been teaching for years is what the big dogs do, just a lot better in many cases. Hee Hee.

Pull the trigger, you will be glad you did..
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Larry Behm


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Mt Angel, Or 97362
Post  Posted 18 Jan 2020 12:13 pm    
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More lessons added by the month, I am having a ball. If you are looking for something to light that fire again, well here it is, you too could be smoking hot......
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Tony Dingus

 

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Kingsport, Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 20 Jan 2020 11:23 am    
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I'll echo what Larry said.

Tony
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Tony Prior


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Charlotte NC..
Post  Posted 4 Feb 2020 2:48 am    
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its very interesting to say the least, always something to learn. For me its "positions" where are the various players taking the root positions from , not the licks.

But, there is nothing about "how to cancel" should one decide to cancel after a few months. Signing up is a breeze, canceling is an unknown.

Hopefully someone will chime in. I'm not signing up until I know how to UNSIGN-up !

Very Happy

TT, THX for the heads up on this site.
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Travis Toy


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Nashville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 4 Feb 2020 8:31 am    
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Tony Prior wrote:
its very interesting to say the least, always something to learn. For me its "positions" where are the various players taking the root positions from , not the licks.

But, there is nothing about "how to cancel" should one decide to cancel after a few months. Signing up is a breeze, canceling is an unknown.

Hopefully someone will chime in. I'm not signing up until I know how to UNSIGN-up !

Very Happy

TT, THX for the heads up on this site.


Tony, I think you’d just need to email Mike Bourque to cancel. It’s his site/project.

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Justin Emmert

 

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Martinsville, VA
Post  Posted 8 Feb 2020 4:43 pm    
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Tony Prior wrote:
its very interesting to say the least, always something to learn. For me its "positions" where are the various players taking the root positions from , not the licks.

But, there is nothing about "how to cancel" should one decide to cancel after a few months. Signing up is a breeze, canceling is an unknown.

Hopefully someone will chime in. I'm not signing up until I know how to UNSIGN-up !

Very Happy

TT, THX for the heads up on this site.


Tony,

You can Pause or Cancel from the Settings section of the site. I am subscribed and just checked. When in the site, go to Settings, payment Info and there are buttons there to click for pause or cancel subscription.
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