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    Default Andy Wood Trufire course

    Not getting any hits searching for discussion on this product; anyone have experience with it?

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    Default Re: Andy Wood Trufire course

    I have it, but haven't really worked through it. I feel like it's primarily (but not solely) aimed at guitarists crossing over to mandolin. The rhythm lessons (for mandolin and guitar) are nice, especially if you like more modern playing, but not broken down in much detail. Check out the samples on YouTube. I think the entire Salt Creek lesson is there. It will give you a good idea what it's like. He basically does the same thing for the other 4 tunes he teaches, plus the obligatory lessons on tuning, alternate picking, chords, etc.

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    Default Re: Andy Wood Trufire course

    Haven't seen Trufire but I thought his cracking the code was excellent https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxjoEZoQXJU
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    I have and completed Andy’s TF course. I really enjoyed it. I like his playing style and his interpretation of these fiddle tunes. I think I benefited from his lessons and think it was money well spent.

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