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3/2/2007 6:54 AM
 
Hi Lyle,
Can't say I'm a noob at theory but I do want to progress further in it. I already bought the David Gilmour Style and Improvising 101 and have nearly completed them. Very cool stuff! I don't want to purchase more than one lesson at a time otherwise I'll just be switching back and forth and not getting the most out of each lesson...lol.

I played pro/semi pro for 25 plus years then took an 18 yr hiatus. Started playing again 2 years ago with a brand new and much better attitude. Anyways I really need to brush up on my theory (All of it). I'm looking really hard at your Smooth jazz 1 and 2 lessons but not sure if that should be my 1st step. Looking forward to your suggestion.

Gabriel
 
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3/2/2007 7:00 AM
 
Try the lessons I made called Fretboard Theory.
 
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3/2/2007 7:42 AM
 
Hi Lyle,

Thanks for the REALLY quick reply. Outstanding!

Ok I just ordered and downloaded your Fretboard theory lesson and also Understanding modes mostly because I believe the 2 intertwine with each other. Am I correct in this assumption?

Was also VERY tempted to buy the Smooth Jazz series since that is what I'm mostly into as well as Art/Experimental rock. When do you think would be a good time to endulge in the jazz series?

BTW, I live in the Marysville Wa area. Do you teach any classes up here. Would love to get some one on one lessons from you.

Have a great Day
Gabriel
 
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3/2/2007 10:05 AM
 
Thank you for your purchase! Once you're done with those try the Jam Sessions - Smooth Jazz series.

I don't teach in Marysville, sorry.
 
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