|Find the Clue and get 20% OFF PlaneTalk.
I'll leave that discount for the basic PlaneTalk package going for another few days. All you need to do is go to this page ... have a read through the comic strip and take note of the name of the hotel in the story. That's the coupon code should you decide to order. Just about every day I get new feedback from happy customers ... here's one from a couple of days ago:
PlaneTalkers Private Forum - 2,000 members, over 22,000 posts!
|I just went through the first lesson of the bonus lessons pack and man, it’s awesome. This is the very first time I have ever seen the fretboard presented like you do. I can finally see how lead players tie everything together. Sure, there’s a bunch of technique and all that, but I can finally see how everything connects. Committing it to memory is another story, but I have a completely new outlook on where I’m going and how to get there.
I guess I just want to say, “Thanks, Kirk.” This old dog may learn a new trick after all.
That testimonial above was from member SH550 at the PlaneTalker Forum, which recently passed the 2,000 member mark. There are close to 23,000 posts there. It's chock-a-block full of good information, 99% of which relates to the simple mindset that the package teaches. I call it the 'easiest yet most powerful guitar lesson you'll ever learn' because ... it is! After 50 years of playing, I can honestly say that's true.
You can also check out more testimonials on the PlaneTalk Faceook Page.
Unfriendly Guitar Keys? Use a Capo!
You might already know the feeling ... if not, you will soon enough. You're playing the guitar with a singer who wants to do that great tune you've been playing in the key of D, only she says "I sing it in E Flat". ??? Your stomach knots up, beads of sweat form on your brow, your brain fades and your fingers die. E Flat? What kind of a key is THAT?
What to do? Not worry, that's what, just grab that capo from out of your case and you'll be back in business.
Capos are wonderful little inventions, designed to turn those guitar unfriendly keys into friendly ones. But how?
This week I'm freeing up two movies about capos so you can
learn how to use these great tools.
These two movies are from my Plain English Music and Guitar course. There are 95 videos in total, over two hours of viewing. All you need to do to be able to watch them is buy a Movie Pass. Find out how here.
Make sure you also check out the page about transposing keys where it's all explained in plain English.
That's it for this time, see you next,
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