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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 30 Mar 2017 5:01 pm     Reply with quote

Can anyone tell me about Tony? I think he is one of the finest players today. Thanks Jack
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Danny Letz


From:
Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 2 Apr 2017 12:31 pm     Reply with quote

Could you mean Tony Arrowood?
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 2 Apr 2017 1:43 pm     Tony Arrowwood Reply with quote

Yes I wondered why no response. Hope Tony will forgive me and I get many responses. Thanks for the correction and help. Jack
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Danny Letz


From:
Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 3 Apr 2017 3:14 pm     Reply with quote

No problem. I like his youtube videos also. And Arnett Mills is another good Marlin picker,
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Johnny Howington


From:
Lillington, NC
Post Posted 4 Apr 2017 3:28 am     Two of the best Reply with quote

They are 2 of the best steel guitar players around these parts of North Carolina for sure!!!
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 4 Apr 2017 10:51 am     Tony Reply with quote

Thanks, Danny and Johnny. So happy to hear from you.
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Bill Sutton


From:
North Carolina, USA
Post Posted 4 Apr 2017 2:31 pm     Reply with quote

Tony is one of my best friends. I live 15 minutes from him. What do you want to know about him.
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 4 Apr 2017 4:45 pm     Tony Reply with quote

Was curious if he plays in churches as he has made so many great gospel youtubes.such a great talent
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Bill Sutton


From:
North Carolina, USA
Post Posted 5 Apr 2017 8:30 am     Reply with quote

Hi Jack. Tony does play in church every sunday. Tony is a good man...and he believe's in God. He has a steel at church...and one at home...that way he doesn't have to lug the load ever sunday. He is very popular at his church...the folk's love to hear him pick his steel guitar. Tony doesn't have a computer right now...but he plans on getting one later. He's not much of a computer man. I will tell him that you were asking about him. Take care.
Bill.
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 5 Apr 2017 8:55 am     Bill Reply with quote

Thanks, Bill. Just listened to Bill Sutton and you also do an amazing job . May need to move to N.C for help. You all play so great it must be the weather. Jack
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Stan Paxton


From:
1/2 & 1/2 Florida and Tenn, USA
Post Posted 5 Apr 2017 11:28 am     Reply with quote

Hey guys, another fan of Tony here. Very Happy I love it when he gets to work on that wrist level. Wish I could do that Whoa!
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bob drawbaugh


From:
scottsboro, al. usa
Post Posted 8 Apr 2017 3:39 pm     Reply with quote

Bill, would you happen to know Tony's Copedent? I know he has that blue Marlen loaded up.
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Bill Sutton


From:
North Carolina, USA
Post Posted 8 Apr 2017 4:24 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Bob. When Tony was playing the Blue Marlin his set up was like this... His floor pedals were the Day set up...He had 7 knee lever's and 1 wrist lever. His LKL Lowered the 6th string a whole tone. His inside LKR raised the E strings. His outside LKR lowered the 6th string 1/2 tone. His LKV Raise string 1 a whole tone and string 2. 1/2 tone. His RKR lowered the E strings. His RKL lowered string 2. 1/2 and then 1 whole tone. His inside RKL lowered string 5. 1/2 tone. His wrist lever lowered string 5 a whole tone. He doesn't play the Marlin now...He is playing a steel guitar that he built himself with the set up much the same. I hope this helps. Take care.
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 8 Apr 2017 5:26 pm     Tony Reply with quote

Sure glad to see such a great group of fans for Tony.
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bob drawbaugh


From:
scottsboro, al. usa
Post Posted 10 Apr 2017 5:04 pm     Reply with quote

Bill thanks very much. Tell Tony we need some new videos. Very Happy
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Jack Klein


From:
Alpena, MI, USA
Post Posted 14 Apr 2017 6:40 pm     Tony Reply with quote

It would be great if you could video Tony with his new home made steel ?
Hint hint. Bill?
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Danny Letz


From:
Old Glory,Texas, USA 79540
Post Posted 15 Apr 2017 1:52 pm     Reply with quote

I think I emailed Tony about his copedent one time. I guess he didn't have it written out and sent me his phone number. I never got around to following up on it, but that made me think he'd be glad to talk about it.
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