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Dick Sexton


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Greenville, Ohio
Post Posted 22 Jun 2016 5:34 am     Reply with quote

For the Beginner to Early Intermediate students of E9 Pedal Steel Guitar, eBook chocked full of fill ideas,
written in my snippet format.

How to get it:
https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=594320d13092d8fb#cid=594320D13092D8FB&id=594320D13092D8FB%211378
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Bob Snelgrove


From:
san jose, ca
Post Posted 4 Aug 2016 3:24 pm     Re: Beginners Notes-500 Fill Ideas For E9 Pedal Steel Guitar Reply with quote

Dick Sexton wrote:
For the Beginner to Early Intermediate students of E9 Pedal Steel Guitar, eBook chocked full of fill ideas,
written in my snippet format.

How to get it:
https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=594320d13092d8fb#cid=594320D13092D8FB&id=594320D13092D8FB%211378


Dick,

Do you have any samples? I'm always looking for some country/bluesy, 7th, chromatic, tasty fills or runs from I to IV or V to I, not the straight up stock E9 Nashville stuff.

bob
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Dick Sexton


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Greenville, Ohio
Post Posted 4 Aug 2016 5:16 pm     Thank you... Reply with quote

Thanks for asking Bob... The only examples I can offer are contained in the link to my One Drive in this thread... http://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=303198 Maybe you will find something there that might help.

I do think that most of my eBook tabs are pretty much straight up E9th and geared for the Beginner to Early Intermediate students.

I do appreciate your asking...
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Bob Snelgrove


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san jose, ca
Post Posted 4 Aug 2016 8:50 pm     Re: Thank you... Reply with quote

Dick Sexton wrote:
Thanks for asking Bob... The only examples I can offer are contained in the link to my One Drive in this thread... http://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=303198 Maybe you will find something there that might help.

I do think that most of my eBook tabs are pretty much straight up E9th and geared for the Beginner to Early Intermediate students.

I do appreciate your asking...


Got it. Thanks, Amazing effort!

bob
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Dick Sexton


From:
Greenville, Ohio
Post Posted 15 Mar 2017 6:02 am     Beginners Notes-500 Fill Ideas For The E9 Pedal Steel Reply with quote

For the Beginner to Early Intermediate students of E9 Pedal Steel Guitar, eBook chocked full of fill ideas,
written in my snippet format.

How to get it:
https://skydrive.live.com/?cid=594320d13092d8fb#cid=594320D13092D8FB&id=594320D13092D8FB%211378
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