The Trail-way is a system that helps you advance your musical skills from beginner level to a more expert level. The Rady Trail allows you to build your skill level incrementally, so that you don't feel overwhelmed or lacking in knowledge as you progress. Advance from beginner to intermediate to expert with a curriculum designed to increase your Guitar and Pedal Steel skills through an extensive repertoire of songs licks, solos, and lessons!
-Solidify knowledge of the A, B, and C Pedals, as well as all of the knee levers, increase arranging concepts, chord extension concepts, develop more advanced solos, intros, licks.
-Increase your voicing knowledge of major and minor chords, the C pedal function, develop more intermediate solos, intros, and licks, continue to develop right hand techniques.
Learn your basic grips and right hand technique. The A and B pedal, major and minor chords, the open and closed major scale through a repertoire of basic solos, intros, and licks.
- Learn barre-chords, more advanced fingerpicking and flatpicking styles. Increase your knowledge of chord theory, lead play, and arranging through a more advanced song repertoire.
- Increase your right hand technique with more interesting strumming patterns while developing a song repertoire that include basic scales, arpeggios, alternating bass patterns, and fingerpicking.
- Learn how to strum common open chords, play easy melodies, learn to play basic songs from multiple genres. Develop basic right hand technique and repertoire to get you comfortable with the guitar.
Ed Hawkes, Denver, CO
"Jeff is patient in his instruction style while still getting his musical points made and understood. He also provides good mix of guitar styles and songs which helped me to expand my musical experience."
Ed Wiese, Denver, CO
"Jeff makes everything fun. I learned more from him in one class than I learned on my own in decades. He's always positive and encouraging. I recommend him to everybody."
Annie Parsons, Montrose, CO
"Music should be fun, and Jeff makes it that way."