Miniseries #005, John Hardy I

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


Miniseries #005, John Hardy I



Hi Everyone,

In this next series of lessons we will be going over a very well known, and much Jammed upon song, called John Hardy. We will go over this song note for note within the intermediate/advanced range.

You will notice within this video that I mentioned the new Music Moose Online Store. We decided to add the store at this time, because throughout the year, we did not even make enough through the advertising on the site to pay for server space. We thought the Online Store would be an easy way for you to help support the Moose, and to support the instructors. We currently have shirts and strings, and hopefully more merchandise in the future.

We would like to keep bringing you free lessons in the future. If we can make enough from the store to pay for the server, and to give our instructors a few dollars for their efforts, we will surely continue on with the Moose, and hopefully bring in more instructors in the future.

So check out the store, tell us what you think. If you see something that you'd like and we don't have, we'll try to do the best we can to keep the store stocked. We also think our prices are right in line with other online/bigbox stores. We want to offer the cheapest prices we can for you.

I'd like to personally thank all of you for your support. With
your help we will keep the Moose alive an well into the future.

Thanks Everyone,

David


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