I'm looking for a few good men (or women) who will volunteer to help grow the lessons and links archives on the Reso Hangout.
I'm not asking for a specific time commitment, and it doesn't take any special technical skills. I've even got a couple little "help" pages set up to give you some guidance on using the admin tools.
Style Guidelines: resohangout.com/links/admin-guidelines.asp
Using the Tools: resohangout.com/links/admin-howto.asp
I especially need help in the lessons area--I know there are hundreds of dobro lessons out there, but they aren't in the archive yet and I need folks to go find them!
If you're up for it, please volunteer here: resohangout.com/pages/volunteer.asp
Reso Hangout Webmaster
Why should a dobro player never leave home without his slide?
Just in case he''s in an accident, he wouldn''t want to be mistaken for a banjo player.
Are you looking for a list of names/contact info of city to city teachers? If so, I could probably help to at least pitch in and get things rolling. If you send me an email address, I will do some basic work and send a sample over with an excel file that I'd compile from web searches, and see if it's what you are looking for. If looks ok to you, I could certainly keep working away to expand that list. Long term time is tight, but certainly would be able to get things started if helpful.
Troy Brettingmeyer has some excellant DVD's to learn from...hope this helps...
JARET CARTER is teaching in Morganton NC thru the local MUSIC CENTER
The lessons sure have grown in number. I would like to see more from everyday players.
I agree with tom.
'We’re starting a festival!' 15 hrs
'jimmy heffernan' 2 days
'Stevens Steel Slide' 5 days