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Juan M. Valero
post Nov 3 2007, 12:56 AM
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QUOTE (Zephyr @ Oct 31 2007, 02:58 PM) *
I don't mean to be picking favorites here, but to me, Muris, David, Pavel, and Juan's lessons have been the most helpful. I'm not sure about my favorite lesson, for one thing, do you mean the most helpful or the coolest-sounding lesson?

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Well, I'm an instructor but it doesn't mean that I cannot study the other instructor lesson, hehehe, so I like to say my opinion biggrin.gif

I learn a lot with Muris' lesson, they are always very cool. But I like Gabriels "in the style" lesson, too.
And of course I like Pavel's and Walliman's lesson and Kris' lesson (those are very very funny)... And there are some interesting lesson from other instructors, like Ben, or the incredible neoclasic style from Marcus (amazing!!)....
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post Nov 3 2007, 06:13 AM
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All of Pavel's sweeping lessons, AP lessons, and Speed metal riffing; Gabriels In the style of lessons ( especially the Megadeth one); Kai's "Three is a charm"; and, of course, Winding Roads. smile.gif


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