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Friends,
The October Newsletter is up.  Come feast on all the new lesson materials.
Special thanks to Leon for his "Trail Guide to Chord Chemistry."

http://www.tedgreene.com/news/default.asp


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Thanks for adding Bach's bass notes to this month's piece by J.S. A very nice, generous and thoughtful addition.  This piece is much easier for me to grab (pun intended) AFTER having greatly benefited from working through Robert Smith's offering of, and diagram approach to, Ted's original piece and then applying the same approach of x's, dots, squares and triangles.   Robert Smith's offering is not to be undervalued.  
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For those who can follow what this keyboardist is doing you will be delighted in hearing portions of the wonderful October Newsletter's Bach piece in slow motion.   Caveat:  Don't let the embellishments throw you off the trail. 


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I can't download the trail guide.

Everytime I click the link and the window opens it says: "Your cart is empty". And I can't change that. So after typing the necessary info and hitting the next button, nothing happens. Just the "Your cart is empty" has turned to red. I can't even close the window, I always have to close the tab or the whole browser to leave the page.

Can anybody help?

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Have you tried the following address:               http://tedgreene.com/trailguides.asp
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Yes.

The link I meant was the button on the page you've mentioned. This button opens the order form with "Your cart is empty"
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AsatBluesboy I sent you a PM with a special link you can use to bypass the page on TG.com ... It's a rare issue that only a few people have encountered. Let me know if still an issue...

Jeff

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Thank you, Jeff. Your link worked great.[thumb][comp] 

And thanks to Leon and all the others on tedgreene.com for making this available.

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I can't download the Trail Guide either - I have the same problem as AsatBluesboy.

Please help!

Hank Mackie
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Foxbop... I sent you a PM with an alt link. That should work. If not let me know. Thanks...

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Not our Ted but kinda cool anyway. 1743460_10204663145436896_4331929522544033340_n.jpg 
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Friends,
The October Newsletter is up.  Come feast on all the new lesson materials.
Special thanks to Leon for his "Trail Guide to Chord Chemistry."

http://www.tedgreene.com/news/default.asp

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Hank, I love your arrangements


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Who's Hank?
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He is foxbop.   Check out his post just a few away from this one. 

https://www.allaboutjazz.com/hank-mackie-pass-ing-jazz-guitar-to-a-new-generation-by-craig-m-cortello.php


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