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    Master Tatum offers an Accumulative Journal on his website. I was wondering how the LTKKA AJ measures up against other similar Journals/Manuals/Booklets.
    I suppose the best comparison would be against the 'old' IKKA Journals that were in use at the time of Master Parker's passing away. I have those through 2nd Brown. I also have all of the Lamkin Journals through 3rd Black, and some of the AKKI booklets. Does Master Tatum include/append his notes to each of the Journals? Are they nothing more than collections of technique descriptions, or does Master Tatum go into some intellectual pondering of concepts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theban_Legion
    Master Tatum offers an Accumulative Journal on his website. I was wondering how the LTKKA AJ measures up against other similar Journals/Manuals/Booklets.
    I suppose the best comparison would be against the 'old' IKKA Journals that were in use at the time of Master Parker's passing away. I have those through 2nd Brown. I also have all of the Lamkin Journals through 3rd Black, and some of the AKKI booklets. Does Master Tatum include/append his notes to each of the Journals? Are they nothing more than collections of technique descriptions, or does Master Tatum go into some intellectual pondering of concepts?
    I do not understand your whole deal with the red font when people tell you they cant see it that well BUT I will answer anyways......the journals are pretty much the technique and forms descriptions nothing that I felt was that in depth. The IKKA journals I have and have seen had the same ammount if not more in them. Good to review by if you are going through the material but other then that nothing in depth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunter
    I do not understand your whole deal with the red font when people tell you they cant see it that well BUT I will answer anyways
    Honestly, it is nothing more than the fact that I really like the red font. I was of the opinion that it was just one person nagging about the color, and I really didn't think that anyone else thought it was "to much 'work' " to click a mouse button and highlight a selection. Oh Well. You have been extremely courteous, which I appreciate. So, white font it is. No big deal.

    .....the journals are pretty much the technique and forms descriptions nothing that I felt was that in depth. The IKKA journals I have and have seen had the same ammount if not more in them. Good to review by if you are going through the material but other then that nothing in depth.
    Hey, thanks for the information, Hunter! I do enjoy a good review. There are probably alot of 'collectors' out there who understand where I'm coming from when I ask so many questions about content and what-not.
    I appreciate your taking time to reply, in spite of the red font .

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