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  • Birthday 07/28/1966

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    PDF for Chord Inversions
  2. Thank you for teaching Steve, I truly enjoy learning from you. 

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      Steve Krenz

      Wonderful!  Learn all you can! - Steve

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    The play along track and pdf of the Jazz standard "Autumn Leaves"
  4. Hi Steve,

    please consider teaching “ Leader of the Band” at some time! Thanks J.L. McKelvey 

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    Learn the iconic guitar part to the classic Rock song by Kansas "Dust in the Wind". Download the PDF by clicking the button to the right and watch the lesson below. Learn all you can!
  6. Is there a specific example that you are thinking of? If so, I could take a look at it and try to write out a few. Glad you're learning! - Steve
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    12 Bar Blues? Jazz Blues? Minor Blues? There are three types of blues progressions that any guitar player needs to know. (I didn't learn these from a book - I learned them on the bandstand.) This lesson covers them so you can have them in your musical bag of tricks. Download the PDF and learn all you can! - Steve
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    Drop D tuning is one of the easiest and best sounding tunings to learn. Just lower your low 6th string down to a D and join in the fun! Here is a lesson and workout showing you how to play in drop D, chords, and even learning the lick to "Everlong" by the Foo Fighters! Drop your D and learn all you can! - Steve
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    Van Morrison recorded the classic "Brown Eyed Girl" in 1967. It went on to be the most downloaded song of the entire 1960s. Here is a simple lesson showing the chords, the intro, and the musical concepts from this iconic song.
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    Learn some of the most helpful intervals to play on guitar - Thirds! They are used in some of the most iconic guitar riffs and are so helpful for creating memorable guitar parts. This lesson and workout covers how to play thirds in a variety of places on the guitar. PLUS how to use them to create great guitar parts. Download the PDF, grab your guitar and learn all you can! - Steve
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    An in-depth study in arpeggios on guitar. Learn all you can!
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    Click the "Download this File" button for the PDF of this lesson.
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    Many players know how major, minor, and dominant seventh chords fit into music because they use them all the time. But, often, they are perplexed at the diminished chord. Unlike major and minor chords, the diminished chord is an unstable chord - meaning that it needs to be resolved to some other chord. It is because of this “need to be resolved” that it is so helpful and can be used in all kinds of musical situations to get from one chord to another. Learn how to take a bland progression and make it amazing by using a few diminished chords.
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    How to Practice Guitar - Tips and Practice Logs
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    Creating movement in an otherwise static chord is always a challenge. Sometimes chords need to be held for an extended period of time. So, adding a little movement can make a simple into a great progression. And this can be done by just moving a finger!

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