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Rick Payman is not human

...or if he is, he's possibly some kind of diabolical superhuman.

He's made 10 lessons in 13 days

Check them out. You won't be sorry.
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7/13/2000 4:37 PM

Matt Myers (1827) wrote:

wow, we see what you mean... but I read the word 'arpeggio' in some of those titles and get scared off.. all that guitar voodoo stuff I'm not ready for yet. :)



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7/14/2000 3:20 AM

Christopher Sung (9641) wrote:

No, no, don't be scared. It's some of the coolest stuff I've seen and lays out really well on the fingerboard. It takes some time to get up to tempo, but it sounds great!

I never see Rick in the forums, probably because he's too immersed in making lessons...



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10/7/2005 6:12 PM

Michael Hamby j.r. (759) wrote:

rick is the best



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10/8/2005 6:55 AM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

Michael,

Thank you for your support, and for ressurecting this thread after 5 years of neglect !!

Best Wishes - Rick.

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10/8/2005 5:04 AM

Charles Gacsi (42523) wrote:

Check the date at the end of the lesson listing and they cover about 5 years. May be 13 days but not all in one years. Rick is really super with lots of skills. Makes me envy but with happiness for Rick. Great friend.

Charlie

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10/8/2005 7:19 AM

Rick Payman (10061) wrote:

Dear Charlie,

You will have noted that this thread is over 5 years old !

At that time, when I first discovered and joined WholeNote, I was immensely excited and inspired by the WholeNote Community, Lessons and members. I have always considered it a priviledge to be able to create Lessons of my own and share a little of my experience and music.

To receive kind responses from truely great contributors such as your dear self Charlie, Chris, and indeed anybody who has enjoyed any of my Lessons (including my newest fan, Michael!) gives me great pleasure indeed.

Thank you, as ever, for your kind words.

Rick.

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10/8/2005 8:50 AM

Adrian Dupree (4969) wrote:

Whoa, this thread is very old! No wonder why one of the wholenote staff made this thread.

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10/8/2005 1:30 PM

Michael Hamby j.r. (759) wrote:

man i had know idea i was that old