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Scott Sharp at Walnut Valley Festival

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Me playing with my friends Paul (left) and Julie (right) at the Walnut Valley Bluegrass Festival.

Thanks for checking out Fretboard Toolboxes- I hope they help you discover lots of ideas that make a difference in your playing!  If you click here, you can contact me directly with any questions, comments, or suggestions, and I'll get back with you ASAP. I want to make sure you get the most out of your Fretboard Toolbox! :-)

Here are some links you might want to check out on the Fretboard Toolbox website:
HERE to sign up to see the latest Fretboard Toolbox material for your instrument(s).
Theory By Hand- see how to build the scales and chords that make up each key, all on one hand!

-Long, Boring "Building Chords and Scales in Major Keys" Lesson and Worksheet (Boring, but really helpful)! 
   Being able to fill out that worksheet in the keys you play in will greatly enhance your Toolbox experience. 
HERE and scroll down to your instrument to see all the latest Toolbox videos! 
-Try the 
Picking Melodies Workbook: Volume 1 with free Backing Tracks (works with all Toolbox Editions)
200+ Free Jam Tracks played at 4 speeds in 6 Major, minor, & blues keys
-Free Tools:
Circle of Fifths Decoded E-Book
-Free Tools: 
Quick Key Decoder
here to pick your instrument and see even more free tools
Fretboard Toolbox YouTube Channel
Follow Fretboard Toolbox on Facebook
Online Lessons with Scott

​  Please let me know if you have a great idea for a video lesson you'd like to see. I'm always available by email and Facebook, and I give Skype/FaceTime lessons if you ever want to talk theory and go over all the things you can do with your Toolbox in a more in-depth, one-on-one format.  I've been a high school AP Biology and Anatomy/Physiology teacher for about 20 years, so I get lots of practice explaining complicated ideas!  :-)
  Lastly, if you find it to be a useful tool and you want to help the cause, please "Like/Thumbs Up" and Share any of your favorite Fretboard Toolbox YouTube videos or Facebook posts, and put in a good word for Toolboxes with your musician friends.  Anywhere they get mentioned makes a big difference here!  

​Happy playing,

Scott Sharp

"The more you look, the more you see."  Robert Pirsig, from Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance​