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Tomas Michaud

Playing guitar and creating music is a dream come true for me. I know it can be for you too. You wouldn't be given the desire to play music if you didn't have the capacity to achieve it. I help people every day all over the world to achieve their dream using step-by-step systems that I've been refining for over 40 years. I'd like to help you.

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  1. Tomas: I can’t wait to see your new videos on playing rhumba/flamenco-style guitar. I thoroughly enjoyed your previous videos. Please let me know when the new ones are available. Keep up the good work.

    Jim D.

    1. Hello Jim,

      I’m still working on it now. I myself is also very excited to launch it and can’t wait to share the lesson to you all.
      I will definitely announce it when would that day be.
      Thanks for waiting.

      Take care,

    1. Hello Jean,

      Thanks to you too. I sincerely appreciate what you said and about that 2 finger speed playing, I will.

      Take care,

  2. Yes, Linda and I have set some lofty goals for the next year just as you have. We have made the decision to start Spring, 2015 and cruise the Great Loop for a year or two, starting in Florida, going up the east coast to New York City, up the Hudson River to the Erie Canal, then heading west, then up into Lake Ontario, over to the Welland Canal and the down into Lake Erie. Once in Lake Erie head to Detroit, then into Lake Huron and up to Mackinac Bridge and into Lake Michigan down to Chicago area then head west to the Mississippi, down that to the Ohio River, up the Ohio R. to the Cumberland and then head south to the Tennessee-Tombigbee waterway allthe way to Mobile Bay, thence east and cross our wake somewhere along the sw Florida coast. In the meantime the boat will require significant improvements, which will take up a huge amohnt of time between now and a year or so from now. Oh did I mention I am taking you via your lessons and my guitar along on the voyage, and since we do not plan to move every day, and be in by 2-3pm daily I will be able to formulate a schedule and hopefully keep to it. My long term goal is to surprise quite a few friends on our return from a year or two moving across this wonderful country of ours!

    1. Hello Sid,

      This is going to be a very exciting cruise with Linda. How I wish I’d be able to do that as well with my beautiful wife. I hope we can, someday 🙂
      While reading, I can’t help myself but imagine those beautiful places you’re going to but never did I imagine you’d be bringing your guitar with you until the last portion of your message, that sounds so great! Voyaging while learning guitar is truly amazing. I’m sure, your friends will really be surprised. It’s going to be a happy session when you get back because you’re not only telling them about your voyage but you are going to show to them the talent they never thought you’d have.

      Keep safe on your voyage then keep me posted on your progress.



  3. Hi Tomas, I bought my first guitar last year whilst travelling in Ecuador and since arriving home I have been trying to pick it up as much as possible. I have signed up to your weekly updates and find them a much welcome break from the monotony of “learn guitar” books. I am currently practising my chords and have just started to focus more on chord patterns. Your videos have provided me with much enthusiasm and a little more focus than I expected, so for this many thanks for this. Just wanted to post a reply to show you that your enthusiasm is spreading….! Many thanks Chris

    1. Hi Chris! I’m so glad to hear that my videos have provided you much enthusiasm and a little more focus! It’s so awesome to hear too that my enthusiasm is spreading. Thanks!

  4. Dear Mr. Michaud,

    I am just wondering if you have made chords progression for
    Pachelbel Canon in D? Or if you a lesson for it, I would be interested in buying from you. I have the music sheets but I am not very good at making the chords. I tend to hit the note one by one which I think would be a lot easier if I see the chords.



  5. I’m going to be like white on rice with your new lesson series. Just what I’ve been hoping for from you.

    Your teaching style is superb, and your videos are easy to follow.

    Thanks in advance!

    1. Hi Randy,

      Thanks for your awesome words. I am honored because it made me more excited about it.

      Don’t worry though, it’s going to be soon.

      Take care


  6. Hi Tomas,

    Thank you for your great suggestions.

    Yes, I’ve sent a goal for myself this year and that is to increase my tremolo skill. I am working on several pieces trying to work for accuracy and speed–slowly. Any comments would be appreciated.


    1. Hi Rudy,

      Thanks for keeping in touch.
      I will be informing Tomas Michaud about this Tremolo skill you mentioned here.
      I will get back to you as soon as he gives his idea on this.


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