1 reverb11 1 year ago OK, for most of you, I am sure that this is old news...But I was away from the forum for a few years, and I had no idea that Walter B. had lessons available on Truefire. As soon as I learned of their existence--just yesterday, actually-- I bought and downloaded them. Anyway, nice job! Some of the stuff I was familiar with, but I really liked Walter's lesson on Grady Martin (also one of my favourites). I remember playing "I'm Coming Home" in a band I was in a few years ago, and really having to work to get Grady's parts to sound anywhere near close to the record. Sounds easy, but like many great things, isn't so easy!Walter: a good musician, and a good teacher, too! I'm still finding the Truefire software a bit awkward, but I'm sure I'll get comfortable with it. I think you're in good company as a teacher. Paul Pigat's DVDs a few years ago were great as well, and I still have the Hotlicks Brian Setzer, Duke Robillard, and Danny Gatton VHS tapes from the 80's. Every now and then I'll fire one of them up and sometimes I manage to absorb a trick or two...As a teacher myself, I can say that "learning is cool." Cheers.