Hot rod chickin pickin lesson

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  1. El Toneman

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    Hey guys,

    Thanks for checking out my other post. I had a few people here ask me to post this one up also. This is from my site "Rut Bustin guitar" this instrumental is completely broken down lick by lick in this lesson. Check out the Rut Bustin page and hit "Like" to keep up with all the stuff coming out in the upcoming months.

    TJ

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  2. Wagster

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    Great picking!
     
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    Yee Haw! Nice shootin cowboy!:omg
     
  4. El Toneman

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    Hey thanks guys! Dan Weller who is the guitarist for Colt Ford out of Nashville bought this lesson and had this to say

    "Buy these!! Chock full of fresh ideas! Paused the DVD right out of the gate to grab my guitar. Had it in hand for the warm-up on Country V1! Very well done TJ!!"

    So cool that people are diggin these and learning from them!

    TJ
     
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    Do you have options for those of us who are anti-facebook/paypal?

    Your picking sure has me interested! :)
     
  6. El Toneman

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    Hey there,

    You don't have to have a Facebook page to visit my site. It's just a store hosted by Facebook. I also have options to pay with credit cards and it's not necessary to have a Paypal account. Let me know if you have any other questions and thanks for checking out the lessons!
     
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    Cool! I'll check it out!

    Thanks!
     
  8. El Toneman

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    Awesome man! Thanks!
     
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    Is there anyway you can give us a peek at the format of the lesson? What we will see in the actual lesson...how it is laid out on the screen...view of fretboard...etc.

    Some lessons I've seen on youtube are too annoying or delivered in a hard to see layout to want to follow them...
    Thanks!
     
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    Diggin' the country licks!
     
  11. El Toneman

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    Hey Randombastage! (love that name!) Here's a quick lick and look at how everything is laid out. Trust me I researched a lot of videos before I decided to do this as I felt the same as you. I use close up camera angles and go through each lick up to tempo and then slowly. The tab and backing track are included with the lessons

     
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    Smokin' playing, brother.
    I was so impressed, I ordered your blues rock lesson.
     
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    Thanks man! I think you'll enjoy the Blues/Rock lesson. There's a ton of fun stuff on that one.
     
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    Thanks TopBrent. Glad you enjoyed it! I dig the country licks too! That style is just so much fun to play.
     
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    Tj that Kelton Tele just spanks to High Heaven bro Love it!!
     
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    Hey Toneman,

    Would you consider having the lesson available to download? Many of us internationals might prefer that. If so ide definitely get it!
     
  17. El Toneman

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    Hey Josh. Working on that my friend. I will let you know when it is available in that format.

    Thanks

    TJ
     
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    Hey TJ,
    Do you mind giving us fellow pickers a rig rundown? Sounding great brother!
     
  19. El Toneman

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    Sure man. On the Blues/Rock lesson/instrumental I used:

    Amp: Twist 50 combo.
    F/X: Twist Tube Screamer, BK butler Tube Driver, Boss DD-3
    Guitar:61 strat

    The Rock lesson:

    Amp: Splawn Quick Rod
    F/X: None
    Guitar: Custom Frankenstrat with Bill Lawrence 500 bridge and SD 59 in neck

    The country lesson:

     
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    It's nice to see a good old CS-3 on your board. I've been through a ton of boutique compressor to realize that the CS-3 is my favorite for Tele country stuff. I set mine similar to you except my sustain is at 12:00.

    Thanks for the link,
    Billy

     

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