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Brad Bechtel


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San Francisco, CA
Post Posted 15 Oct 2009 6:46 am     Reply with quote

http://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=169221
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Josh Cho


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New York, NY (orig. Honolulu, HI)
Post Posted 15 Oct 2009 6:52 am     Reply with quote

Brad,

Thanks for making this so much easier for all of us here without pedals, now we don't have to wade through all the PSG stuff!!

Aloha,

Josh
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Don Kona Woods


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2009 2:25 pm     Reply with quote

Yes, indeed, I am feeling a lot better and
less stressed about this now. Very Happy

Aloha, Smile
Don
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Oscar Usman


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Houston, TX, USA
Post Posted 19 Oct 2009 6:35 pm     Reply with quote

Hey Don,
Just love the tunes you played in Joliet!
Aloha,
Oscar Lefty Steeler 75 Very Happy
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Don Kona Woods


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Post Posted 19 Oct 2009 9:51 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks, Oscar.

Enjoyed seeing you again. I look forward to hearing your first peformance at Joliet or elsewhere.

I did not play well this year.IMO My concentration was terrible and the distractions were sufficient to affect my playing.

Well sometimes you have a bad guitar day, just as you may have a bad golf day.

I will hope that next year is better.

Aloha, Smile
Don
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Josh Cho


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Post Posted 23 Oct 2009 1:20 pm     Freebie Jam Track and TAB Reply with quote

Just wanted to let all the non pedalers know I've got a freebie TAB and real instrument Back Track (acoustic guitar, sythn, drums and bass) available on my site at this address:

http://www.steelguitarmojo.com/illflyaway.shtml

It's a lap steel instrumental arrangement of the Gospel classic I'll Fly Away

Mp3 tracks available on the page include one of me playing the TAB then going into an improv, then there's a mp3 track of just the backing band, sans melody so you can try it out.

Save it to your computer and Jam with it while learning a great song,

The link is also listed in the Sticky!

Enjoy it,

Josh
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Jim Grant


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New York, USA
Post Posted 31 Oct 2009 8:36 pm     Reply with quote

anyone havetab for ricky van shelton life made her that way lap steel c6th tuning
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Josh Cho


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New York, NY (orig. Honolulu, HI)
Post Posted 12 Mar 2010 1:10 pm     new Bob Wills lick Reply with quote

Just updated the non-pedal tab thread

http://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=169221

with a link to a cool E13 Western Swing Lick TAB from Bob Wills

http://www.steelguitarmojo.com/bobwills.shtml


Enjoy,

Josh
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Andy Wickstrom


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Illinois, USA
Post Posted 25 Jul 2010 4:47 pm     C6 (acegaceg - low/high) tuning: scales? Reply with quote

Hi there,

Is there a good resource - online or in a book where I could find a breakdown of different scales and chords in c6 tuning for an 8-string fender nonpedal? I can't seem to find any resources that would get me started.

I'm wondering how people did this before the internet! It seems somewhat daunting as a beginner.

Any pointers would be fantastic!
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George Piburn


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The Oklahoma Hills, USA
Post Posted 26 Jul 2010 7:07 pm     Instructions on the Forum Reply with quote

http://pedalsteelmusic.com/instruction/nonpedal.html#v016

Also all of the other Instructions on the page.

This is a good place to get started.

Buy from the forum to support the forum.

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Josh Cho


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Post Posted 21 Nov 2010 6:05 am     TABs galore and more..... Reply with quote

Attention all Forumites:

Just wanted to make sure you know about the Private Group Lessons, complete with TABS, that I'll be providing through the STEEL MOJO NEWS:

Sign is below--It's FREE, and this Holiday Season we have some nice, timely tunes for us to all get to know--

Specializing in the following tunings: C6 (High and Low), A6, E13, C13, B11, Open tunings for Dobro [G, D] and electric Open tunings: E Major

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Edward Meisse


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Santa Rosa, California, USA
Post Posted 8 May 2011 4:33 pm     Re: C6 (acegaceg - low/high) tuning: scales? Reply with quote

Andy Wickstrom wrote:
Hi there,

Is there a good resource - online or in a book where I could find a breakdown of different scales and chords in c6 tuning for an 8-string fender nonpedal? I can't seem to find any resources that would get me started.

I'm wondering how people did this before the internet! It seems somewhat daunting as a beginner.

Any pointers would be fantastic!

I know most of us don't think of electric and acoustic as being compatable. But the Mike Auldridge website has a great DVD for 8 string resonator that will fill your need nicely. It covers both C6 and G6/A6 as well as C9. I highly recommend it.
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Ray Shakeshaft


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Kidderminster, Worcs, UK.
Post Posted 10 May 2011 7:24 am     Reply with quote

Hi Andy,

I know your post was some months ago now but I have taught myself all the things you mention by using the software TonalAlchemy. You can enter any tuning you want and print out scales or chords. I think it is about $15 but it is the best value I have found for self teaching.

You can choose intervals or names of the notes.

Ray

PS. I have no connection to the company other than being a very satisfied customer
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Carl McLaughlin


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New Brunswick, Canada
Post Posted 29 Dec 2011 2:29 pm     E Tuning On 6 Str Lap Reply with quote

I hope some on can help me,i am goingt to try open E tuning w/benders on 2&3.Any tabs or recomendation??,I have been working with C6 on 8str up til now.Is there a chord chart available for open E??Carl Thanks in advance Very Happy Very Happy
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Wayne D. Clark


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Montello Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 24 Aug 2016 12:57 pm     Reply with quote

Carl: I won't promise any thing but let me check an old binder I have with a bunch of stuff in it. I have my 8 string tuned to an E tuning but lake all players we all do some modification now and then, that's why I qualified my statement "E" tuning. Back to your question I'll see if I have any thing.

Just read you post again and I missed 6 string. Not a problem.

Well I did fine something, most of what I have is "C6" but here is the common "E" tuning for 6th string Lap Steel. BOTTOM UP [E,A,D,G,B,E]Some use[E,B,E,G#,B,E]
I use [B,C#,E,G#,B,E] Which is string 6 to 1 on my 8 string [E,G#,B,C#,E,G#,B,E]
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