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Dean Salisbury


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New York, USA
Post Posted 21 Nov 2007 5:45 am     Reply with quote

Does anyone have the tab to Sleep Walk in C6 tuning for a 6 string steel? Please post or email to me! Thanks in advance

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Brian Doyle


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Guisborough, Cleveland, U.K.
Post Posted 21 Nov 2007 9:28 am     Reply with quote

Dean go to the top click in search put in jesse
pearson then at the bottom click on search go down
click on jesse pearson then his web site its not
c6 but its a great sleepwalk have a look
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Andy Sandoval


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Bakersfield, California, USA
Post Posted 21 Nov 2007 2:53 pm     Reply with quote

Dean, check this out Click Here
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John Bresler


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Thornton, Colorado
Post Posted 22 Nov 2007 8:28 am     Reply with quote

Dean:

Here's a link to Scotty's Music and the C6th tab. Scotty has several non-pedal C6th instructional courses and are quite reasonable.

http://www.scottysmusic.com/scotyc601.htm


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Jim Mitchell


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Phily,Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 28 Dec 2007 4:24 pm     Sleepwalk C6 single note no pedals Reply with quote

This has no pedals

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basilh


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Post Posted 10 Jan 2008 6:46 am     Reply with quote

If you intend it to sound like the original then you need to use the correct tuning that it was written for and played in ..IMHO
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Alan Brookes


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Post Posted 10 Jan 2008 7:14 pm     Reply with quote

Why do you need a tab ? Just play it by instinct. It should be possible to take a guitar which is completely out of tune, at a completely unknown tuning, and still play whatever you want to.
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Jim Mitchell


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Post Posted 14 Jan 2008 1:46 pm     Notation or Tab Reply with quote

I did it in C6 because that is what I have my MULTI KORD tuned to
Thanks for the C#m7

I am going to give it a try

I have four pedals I can set up and retune
I am going to make my two C strings to C# and one G string to G# for one pedal

I also don't have to do slants I just set up my pedals

I am new at this only got it Setember of 2007

Only have to rase 1/2 step no problem
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