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  • This Month's Live Streaming Guitar Lessons: TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4TH - BRAZILIAN JAZZ GUITAR WITH DUOVERSAL. Brazilian guitarist, Paulo Oliviera brings his exciting duo to give a taste of Brazilian Jazz guitar. Paulo will show how to arrange songs on guitar and show his amazing chord and harmonizations. SPECIAL LEARNING SERIES: TRIADS! FEBRUARY 11th, 18th, and 25th. Steve Krenz will be teaching a special three week series on Major, Minor and Seventh Triads. Learn these helpful forms and how to use them to break out of open position playing and take your chord and fingerboard knowledge to new places. Watch LIVE on our Guitar Gathering YouTube Channel. It's going to be a great month! Learn all you can!


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  1. You held the secret in your hands all along. Back to the woodshed for you. 🎸
  2. I experimented with Triads before. Your deep dive lessons have inspired me to spend a few weeks to really lock down those forms. Thank you! 

    1. Steve Krenz

      Steve Krenz

      I'm so glad you're learning and that this series came at a good time for you.

      Keep Going!  Learn all you can!


  3. I think it will blow the 20w speaker. It could be a short gig. Speaker Geeks
  4. Robbie has some good ideas. I like his practice with intent and don't be too critical of yourself philosophy. Strive to improve, but don't imagine you can eliminate all mistakes.
  5. If I was building a guitar, or it was standard great. I just can't justify spending the money to upgrade tuners that are already working well.
  6. Randy120

    Why Do You Play?

    I play everyday because I love it. Thanks to Steve's instruction I continue to improve beyond my wildest dreams. Ten years and still playing guitar.
  7. I say no. You should not make a habit of staring at your hand. It is ok while you are learning a new form, or playing a complicated part. Look how many pros never look at their hands. You should get comfortable enough with these forms so you can play them without looking. If I hear a sour note I let it go. If I hear the same sour note twice I look to see what is going on. You can't read music, look at the fretboard, and make chord changes at the same time.
  8. @Ning The course will give you the knowledge you need. My course has paid for itself over and over again with the setups I did at home, and the guitars are playing great.
  9. My condolences to you for the loss of your father. You can do it. Play slow and gentle. It is good physical and mental therapy. Have fun!

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