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Discussion in 'Playing and Technique' started by guitarguy3612, Dec 17, 2007.
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Someone send that my way please...
I cant get this either way. Utorrent tells me it can't find the file and the senduit link is expired.
Torrent file is active (I just tried and got the download prompt) -- I'm seeding it at home, and when I checked it earlier in the AM, I think 7 people were seeding it.
Ah Damn it's 16meg even rar'd
I can't put it on my personal servers I have no room. If someone knows where to put it I'll happily place it there for anyone...............
If anyone has ADSL then bung me a private mail and I'll happily send them one at a time....................
Try rapidshare.com it'll expire in 30 days if you don't have an account. Max free upload size is 100MB.
Just uploaded here: (it's a Rar File- hope that's OK - if not I'll re-do as Zip.)
Scroll down to bottom and click free then wait for the counter to click down then you'll get access - just tried worked fine.
Got it, thank you very much.
Thanks, I'm getting it.
"Ok, first thing you really need to work on is rhythm."
"Harmonically? You need a lot of work there too."
my question is how that guy got to have a lesson with pat
This is old, old as in when Pat was still teaching at Berklee, I think.
anyone know the saxophonist he's talking about "as compared to brecker"? I have some thoughts but I'd rather not say publicly...
Damn - that chromatic scale he made sound hip was really inspiring. I think I have something to strive for a wee bit in 2008 ...
I'd love to know as well. I can guess, but would love to know for sure.
Sweet, just got it, thanks y'all!
Wasn't it Liebman? Not sure, but I have burned that lesson to cd somewhere and have to find it so I can check it.
I don't think it's from Berklee. Pat asks the student if he knows Tommy Ruskin, a drummer from Kansas City. I'm guessing they're in the midwest.
This is just a guess, but I don't think most Berklee students wouldn't know who Tommy Ruskin is, unless they were from Kansas City.
Just my opinion.