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Thanks @dale! Fantastic! ...I have been watching your videos for years and they never disappoint.

Here is something for you to watch as I think you (especially) would enjoy what they are doing.
FYI...They are from the Ukraine.

Leonid & Friends

Thanks again.
 

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I loved this Dale. Thanks for sharing you and your bands talents. You inspire me to the 9th degree. CANADA loves the Lexington Lab Band.

I have been listening to your videos for about 3 years and you never fail to sound absolutely amazing. I have watched your lessons and have learned some songs from you. Thank you kindly for sharing your wealth of talents with a passionate guitar player such as me! <3
 

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Greco - that's so much for the kind post sir & WOW thanks 4 sharing the link! That was crazy good - the guitarist is amazing. Thanks again!

Lola - really appreciate you taking time to give this a listen! Please know how much you post is appreciated- so glad we can share music & in a perfect world we'd be able to sit & play together - I'm hoping that one day we will!
 

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Great tune...hoping for the tutorial on this one. I find Foreigner guitar essential to their music but often subtle which must make the rhythm work challenging. Your choice has me in a Foreigner listening groove and I've been enjoying the unplugged version of some of their tunes as well. Thanks for the band choice and inspiring play.
 

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i do have a tutorial for this one coming - i'll post here today or tomorrow under Theory & Technique. Thanks for sharing your time to post and check out the video!
 

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Thanks Dale, I'll look at it. I was looking for Breakdown by Tom Petty. As a relatively new player, I may have been working backwards to how a lot of people do it. I am learning lots of playing techniques rather than learning songs and I think at this point I should try learning one completely.
 

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oh sorry! i wondered if that was it...sorry. Okay here is a link to the performance -
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Here is the tutorial - let me know if you have any questions or it's confusing.
 

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please know we do appreciate your taking your time to check out some of the stuff - thanks also for the kind post, dale.
 
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