Thursday, June 11, 2009

Chord Solo Lesson

This is my first video guitar lesson on this site. I hope you enjoy it. This lesson is on ways to make your chord melody solos more interesting.


  1. Don, that was a great way to start my day. Thank you for sharing Great is Thy Faithfulness. It touched my heart and made me mushy at the same time. Your expertise only gets better with time my friend...

  2. Hi, Don.

    The minute you started playing, I started crying. I just attended the end-of-the-year Ivy Cutting ceremony at Seattle Pacific University, where I teach -- very touching ceremony for all the graduates, but since this is my first year there, I didn't now many of them. Then, I drove back to Kirkland and ran into one of my Northwest University students who is leaving today with his wife to drive across country to attend Wheaton College Graduate School -- because of ME! Heath was a student in several of my classes, and I talked about Wheaton a LOT -- and he liked ME as a teacher. I took pictures of them leaving and thought about Dick Foth, because Dick Foth is the reason I attended Wheaton. And I drove him thinking about the mystery of how we all connected. And then I turned on the computer, saw your note, and clicked into your blog and listened to you dedicate "Great is Thy Faithfulness" to all your old friends at BBC. And I started crying at the first chord.

    Thank you for that reminder.

    Debbie Pope


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