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UncleSkillet
post Feb 24 2009, 09:22 PM
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Hi guys! Congratulations and welcome aboard. First thing I would like each of you to do (EXCEPT SKENNYINGTON) is create a thread in this forum. You can call it something like "skennyington MTP". This will be your workspace where you upload and ask questions. This way everything will be in one place.

First thing I would like you to do is tell me about yourself (post this in the thread you created as mentioned above).

Stuff like:

Introduction of yourself?
How long have you been playing?
What are your strong points and what you feel you know now?
What your week points are or you would like to learn?
Do you currently have a pracitice routine? If so, please describe it briefly.
How much time you have to dedicate to the MTP program?
Do you have a video or web camera currently?
What kind of music are you into?
What lessons have you already completed or are working on?

Also if some of you have uploaded to the forum, collaborations or youtube I would like a few examples of where your playing is right now.

If you have already posted some of this in the MTP sign up thread feel free to cut and paste to save yourself some time.

As soon as everyone checks in and I review the information we will procede.

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skennington
post Feb 24 2009, 09:25 PM
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UncleSkillet
post Feb 24 2009, 09:30 PM
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Thanks bro! I am waiting to see if Chris can move your existing MTP thread over here in our group. I hope he can or you have a lot of cut & pasteing to do laugh.gif biggrin.gif


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post Feb 24 2009, 09:36 PM
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QUOTE (UncleSkillet @ Feb 24 2009, 03:30 PM) *
Thanks bro! I am waiting to see if Chris can move your existing MTP thread over here in our group. I hope he can or you have a lot of cut & pasteing to do laugh.gif biggrin.gif


I can do it if you want me to...

Done... I'll pin all of them once they have posted.


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UncleSkillet
post Feb 24 2009, 10:20 PM
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Thanks again smile.gif You're on the ball!


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post Feb 25 2009, 08:11 PM
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Posted my topic mate. wink.gif


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UncleSkillet
post Feb 26 2009, 05:15 AM
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Thanks everyone for checking in and creating your threads. Please look at your threads because you all have assignments. biggrin.gif

I am here if you have any questions. Just please post them in your threads. Feel free to shoot me a PM if it is personnel. smile.gif

I'm here to help so use me as you see fit!

Cheerio for now biggrin.gif


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