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Oct 15, 2019 - 7:43:23 PM

farm48

USA

49 posts since 10/31/2009

Never tried any online lessons, has anyone out there used the TrueFire/Ned Luberecki lessons? $5.00 per month sounds very reasonable, but I am just not too computer savvy and wonder how difficult it is to navigate... Thanks in advance for any advice, Bob...

Oct 16, 2019 - 6:28:23 AM
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45 posts since 2/8/2016

I use Truefire and thought that Ned Luberecki's material is pretty good. His teaching style is easy to follow and his years in media will make for a professional presentation.

The good thing about Truefire's teaching style is that about every third lesson is a play along with a jam track to practice the material that you have just learned.

If you can navigate the Hangout you should be okay on Truefire. You can search Luberecki in the search bar, click on the picture of the video you wish to start and then click watch now.

Oct 16, 2019 - 11:48:47 AM

Fathand

Canada

11508 posts since 2/7/2008

I can't speak to Ned's lessons, they might be great.

I can say that Jim Pankeys online lessons are great from what I have seen and the price is perfect.

Oct 16, 2019 - 7:54:17 PM

farm48

USA

49 posts since 10/31/2009

Thank you guys for the reply. Was not sure about TrueFire, but glad to hear from someone who has used it. Have also used some of Jim Pankey's you tube videos and really like them also. His contributions are much appreciated! Thank you, Bob...

Oct 17, 2019 - 7:53:19 PM
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spini

USA

368 posts since 9/10/2014

I bought Neds Truefire lessons. They are good and easy to follow. I also use Bill Nessbitt at Littlerock banjo.

http://Www.littlerockbanjo.com

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