3-Minute Challenge #2 - Week 4 Results

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auntlynnie
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Sun Mar 31, 2024 4:11 pm

Username: Auntlynnie
Week Ending: Sunday, March 31

Saturday March 23: 30 min
Sunday March 24: 50 min
Monday March 25: 70 min
Tuesday March 26: 30 min
Wednesday March 27: 45 min
Thursday March 28: 40 min
Friday March 29: 45 min
Saturday March 30: 90 min
Sunday March 31: 75 min

Total Days: 9
Total Minutes: 475.


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TGNeil
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Sun Mar 31, 2024 4:28 pm

Hey Lynn,

You are the winner of our week #3 challenge so a set of SCGC strings are on the way to you!

Neil


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auntlynnie
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Mon Apr 01, 2024 4:15 pm

Cool!

Thank you!

Lynn


davesnothere
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Mon Apr 01, 2024 5:13 pm

Three Minute Challenge:
for davesnothere:
Sat. 15 mins.
Sun: 20 mins.
Mon. 15 mins.
Tues: 60 mins.
Weds. 30 mins.
Thurs: 25 mins.
Fri. 15 mins.
Sat. 15 mins.
Sun. 15 mins.

Total days: 9
Total minutes: 210


ncrump93
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Tue Apr 02, 2024 8:20 pm

Username: Neil Crump (ncrump93)
Week Ending: March 31

Saturday: 10
Sunday: 5

Total Days: 2
Total Minutes: 15


KeithAllaun
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Thu Apr 04, 2024 1:46 pm

BrazosOyster wrote:
Sun Mar 31, 2024 9:11 am
Username: BrazosOyster
Week Ending: Sunday, March 31

Saturday March 23: 28
Sunday March 24: 25
Monday March 25: travel
Tuesday March 26: travel
Wednesday March 27: travel
Thursday March 28: 15
Friday March 29: 19
Saturday March 30: 45
Sunday March 31: 15

Total Days: 6
Total Minutes: 147

Need a travel guitar!
Amigo- you won the grand prize!


rjbertmdphd
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Sun Apr 07, 2024 1:10 pm

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Week Ending: Sunday, March 31

Saturday March 23:. visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Sunday March 24: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Monday March 25: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Tuesday March 26: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Wednesday March 27: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Thursday March 28: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Friday March 29: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Saturday March 30: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min
Sunday March 31: visiting daughter., no guitar, Max’s finger palates 15min

Total Days:
Total Minutes:


BrazosOyster
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Fri Apr 12, 2024 9:22 am

How lucky am I? My name was drawn as the winner of the Grand Prize in the 3-Minute Challenge #2. That granted me a private lesson with Neil Hogan! And I learned that Neil is even more impressive live and in person (even though it was Zoom!).

I was nervous at first, but that disappeared after a minute of conversation - Neil has a knack there. He used my beginner's knowledge and quickly provided the relationship of notes, scales, keys, chords, and the circle of fifths. It all became clear - and USEFUL - for the first time! Concepts that are probably second nature to most of you on this forum, but opened up into clarity for me in just a few minutes.

And the lesson was fun from start to end. We discussed music, different styles and artists, shared some stories, and of course, there was guitar playing.

Neil was able to descend to my level and bring me up in just one visit. I hope to schedule for more of his instruction after I do my homework for a while. Highly recommended!

P.S. - Many thanks to my brother for telling me about Total Guitars and the 3-Minute Challenge!
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KeithAllaun
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Fri Apr 12, 2024 10:20 am

Wow! What a great testament to Neil's incredible instruction. So glad you participated in the Challenge, and so glad you won! Keep up the good work.
BrazosOyster wrote:
Fri Apr 12, 2024 9:22 am
How lucky am I? My name was drawn as the winner of the Grand Prize in the 3-Minute Challenge #2. That granted me a private lesson with Neil Hogan! And I learned that Neil is even more impressive live and in person.

I was nervous at first, but that disappeared after a minute of conversation - Neil has a knack there. He used my beginner's knowledge and quickly provided the relationship of notes, scales, keys, chords, and the circle of fifths. It all became clear - and USEFUL - for the first time! Concepts that are probably second nature to most of you on this forum, but opened up into clarity for me in just a few minutes.

And the lesson was fun from start to end. We discussed music, different styles and artists, shared some stories, and of course, there was guitar playing.

Neil was able to descend to my level and bring me up in just one visit. I hope to schedule for more of his instruction after I do my homework for a while. Highly recommended!

P.S. - Many thanks to my brother for telling me about Total Guitars and the 3-Minute Challenge!


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