Speed Trap

Speed Trap

A question about the challenges of playing fast was recently posted on the Paul Franklin Method Facebook Group. Many students joined the thread, with plenty of great comments and observations. Here is the initial question and my response. SPEED TRAP Student: Question...
New Course NEWS!

New Course NEWS!

Hi Everyone- As we come to the end of the year, I wanted to let you know about the new Foundations: E9 Pedal Steel Guitar Basics course my team and I have put together and just launched. MY NEW COURSE! Ever since The Paul Franklin Method began on...
PAUL AT TSGA!

PAUL AT TSGA!

Paul Franklin brings his popular online instruction course, “The Paul Franklin Method” to the TSGA Jamboree in a LIVE version on Friday, March 8!Join Paul at the Doubletree Hotel for an all-day seminar that covers:Paul’s philosophy of the modern way...
A New Era

A New Era

Look Into The Future The pedal steel guitar as we know it has been played in the “modern” manner ever since Bud Isaacs recorded his famous intro on Webb Pierce’s “Slowly” in 1953. That unique and familiar sound is still what most people...
Progress

Progress

One of the best things about The Paul Franklin Method is the students-only Facebook Group that gives active students the ability to have access to Paul on near-daily basis to ask questions, post videos for critique and hang out with their fellow players. INTERACTION...
E9 Blues Emotion

E9 Blues Emotion

Paul replies to a student on the The Paul Franklin Method private Facebook Group, who as a regular guitar player is accomplished at playing slide blues, but is having some difficulties duplicating their expertise on the E9 neck of the pedal steel guitar. From the...