This set of 9 videos, each approximately 60 minutes long, was created by B. Allan Mackie and is packed with information and designed for the serious builder. Narrated by B. Allan Mackie himself, they contain everything you need to know to construct your own state-of-the-art home with consideration of the ecology in mind.
Here's the hands-on information you need to build any kind of deck - from the most basic to the most sophisticated. On this tape, professional carpenter Scott Schuttner builds two decks–one a simple, single-level deck that demonstrates the basic principles of deck construction; the other a custom wraparound deck complete with stairs, planters and built-in seating.
To trade the opening gap or not is the single most important decision many short-term and swing traders make on a given day. Further, many traders struggle with profiting from the opening gap - arguably the most lucrative of all intraday setups. Join Scott Andrews as he shares his probability-based methodology, helpful research and tips for getting started with the simplest trade of the day. Whether you trade stocks or indices, this webinar will help you avoid the riskiest opening gap setups while maximizing the profits of your winning trades. Scott will also show you how he simplifies execution and avoids many of the pitfalls of discretionary, indicator-based trading.
Assemble Solid and Attractive Stairs. At long last, a master carpenter shows you how to assemble stairs that are solid and attractive. Whether you need to build three steps up to a deck or a full flight to your second floor, this one-on-one tutorial with Scott Schuttner takes the guesswork out of going up and down.
Tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton is something of a jazz anomaly. Young enough to be part of the generation of players influenced by John Coltrane, Sonny Rollins, and Ornette Coleman, he draws his primary inspiration from an earlier generation of saxophonists. Don Byas, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins and, of course, Lester Young–the big-toned, warm, breathy tenor giants of the '30s and '40s–are the icons that fire Hamilton's approach. BALLAD ESSENTIALS is a superb cross-section of his work, recorded with various lineups for the Concord label between 1977 and 1995…
For this Concord CD, tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton gave the readers of Japan's Swing Journal the opportunity to vote on which songs they would like him to record. With the exception of his original "Setagaya Serenade" (a stomping blues that Hamilton took the liberty of performing) and "Autumn Leaves," he had recorded all of these veteran songs previously, but Hamilton's melodic improvisations do not copy the earlier versions. With the assistance of an English rhythm section (pianist Brian Lemon, bassist Dave Green, and drummer Allan Ganley), Hamilton is in typically swinging form on this fine set of standards and ballads.