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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 16 Jul 2007 11:34 am     Reply with quote

We have so many new members here that I thought I should repost this.

A Bump won't do, since it's on the old Forum.



You can read a lot of reviews and comments at
http://steelguitarforum.com/Forum18/HTML/000867.html


Ordering Info, Sample Videos, Screen Shots, etc. can be seen at http://www.joeyace.com/moon.htm


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Skip Cole


From:
North Mississippi
Post Posted 25 Jul 2007 6:11 pm     Reply with quote

Al played some cuts from this CD at St Louis last year and it is dynamite . He is a great steel player and plays an excellent MOOney selection , along with the instruction-tab. Whoa!
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Ken Metcalf


From:
San Antonio Texas USA
Post Posted 18 Aug 2007 5:17 am     Reply with quote

ZBump
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Jim Eller


From:
Kodak, TN (Michigan transplant)
Post Posted 18 Aug 2007 1:25 pm     Reply with quote

This is some good stuff.
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Jerry H. Moore


From:
Newnan, GA, USA
Post Posted 6 Sep 2007 5:55 pm     Reply with quote

Got my DVD today and I have to say it is great. Very clear and informative. If you like Ralph Mooney licks, this is the one to get. I don't like to copy a style to the note and that's what this DVD seems to mention about Mooney dancing on the pedals. It made my practice tonight very enjoyable and fulfilling. Thanks guys!
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 31 Dec 2007 5:26 am     Reply with quote

Happy New Year to all!

My sincere thanks to those who purchased this.

Still some left.

More comments and reviews at:
http://steelguitarforum.com/Forum18/HTML/000867.html
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Jeff Hyman


From:
West Virginia, USA
Post Posted 24 Feb 2008 10:57 pm     Reply with quote

Joey,

I'm not a tab reader (my lose). Do you have any sound clips to show the teaching style?
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 25 Feb 2008 3:37 am     Reply with quote

Jeff,
I don't have any other clips than the two posted on YouTube.

There should not be any problem with you not using TAB, as the video was originally made with the intention of no TAB. (Lots of closeups and explanation)

TAB was only added later.

You can read reviews here:
http://steelguitarforum.com/Forum18/HTML/000867.html

There are screeshots and more info here:
http://joeyace.com/moon.htm

Thanks for the interest.
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Jim Eller


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Kodak, TN (Michigan transplant)
Post Posted 25 Feb 2008 4:01 am     Reply with quote

Jeff,

I have this and a you can learn just from the video as Al explains it.

Jim
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Gary Meyer


From:
Sacramento, California, USA
Post Posted 4 May 2008 6:46 am     Bump Reply with quote

Bumpity bump bump bump
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Danny Bates


From:
Fresno, CA. USA
Post Posted 4 Jun 2008 9:58 pm     Reply with quote

I just ordered mine from you. Mooney's the man!

BTW, My Emmons push/pull is currently being set up (By Albert Johnson)with the 4th pedal raising only my 2nd string (D#) to E and my 4th string to (E) to F#. I am having him set my guitar up like this to play some Mooney licks. Do you think this is a good idea? Also, did Ralph play with 2 feet?
Danny
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 5 Jun 2008 11:41 am     Reply with quote

Thanks Danny. Your DVD and Tab was mailed today.

Sorry, but I know little about Moon's unique setup.
I have watched him play and yes he uses two feet occasionally. I can't tell you why.

I'm sure a post asking that question in the Pedal Steel section will get you the answers.

This DVD was designed for standard E9 setup.
Three pedals and a KL that lowers the Es is all you need.

Even though it is not Moon's setup, Al certainly duplicates the licks with great accuracy.

The Proof is in the Pickin!

Here's some samples on YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y14CKpmv3qU
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSWzeh7uYgU

Thanks again, and enjoy the DVD.

-Joey
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Gary Meyer


From:
Sacramento, California, USA
Post Posted 9 Jun 2008 7:02 pm     Joey,talk to Al Reply with quote

ask him to do another course!
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Gary Meyer


From:
Sacramento, California, USA
Post Posted 15 Jun 2008 11:39 am     Ask him Reply with quote

Ask him to do another course
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 18 Jul 2008 1:32 pm     Reply with quote

I hear ya Gary ! We've been talking about it for a while. It's time to "Get Er Done!"

There are still some left of the original course.

They are available from me, using PayPal.
http://joeyace.com/moon.htm


If you want to pay any other way (Credit Card, etc) you have to order from Al at www.SteelGuitarCanada.com


Thanks for the interest!
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 28 Aug 2008 5:33 pm     ISGC St. Louis Reply with quote

Due to band commitments, I can't be in St. Louis this year.

Al Brisco will be there, and will have these DVDs (and his new CD) for sale in the Carter Room.
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Gary Meyer


From:
Sacramento, California, USA
Post Posted 12 Sep 2008 4:57 pm     so worthy Reply with quote

of a bump
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 10 Aug 2011 6:44 pm     Reply with quote

The DVD has been reissued.
It's available for $35 via Paypal, shipped anywhere, from me at
http://joeyace.com/moon.htm

It you want to use any other form of payment, order it from http://www.steelguitarcanada.com


Here's some reviews, on the "Old Forum" at the time of the initial release:
http://steelguitarforum.com/Forum15/HTML/013712.html


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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 9 Nov 2011 4:07 am     Reply with quote

In response to questions about how to access the 17 page TAB booklet on the DVD, I posted this video:
http://youtu.be/yT-niNTDdc8

The DVD is still available for $35, which includes shipping.
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 8 Dec 2011 10:29 am     Reply with quote

Some have asked for examples of the teaching style.

So....
The intro to Ralph's Reel is taught, for free at:
http://youtu.be/pvC_CCApEG4

This is similar to the style and production level of the DVD.

It's available for $35 via Paypal, shipped anywhere,
http://joeyace.com/moon.htm

Orders from me are now manufactured and mailed from the USA.
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Garry Vanderlinde


From:
Surf City
Post Posted 20 Jan 2012 12:24 am     Reply with quote

Hey, this sounds like fun. I wanted to do something different wt my Fender 400 and I think this will do nicely. I think this style and other earlier styles like Bud Isaacs are actually gaining in popularity.
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 26 Apr 2012 10:05 am     Reply with quote

Just sold one to Japan!!
I've had Aussie orders, but this is the first to Japan.

I'm proud. Thanks to all!

I charge the same $5 shipping no matter where you live.

Paypal orders at

http://joeyace.com/moon.htm


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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 22 Jun 2012 7:03 am     Reply with quote



New and immediately available.
Shipped from the US to anywhere.

Paypal Only

Details at
http://joeyace.com/moon.htm


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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 4 Mar 2013 8:53 am     Reply with quote

Worldwide Shipping, same price - $5
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Joey Ace


From:
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 21 Aug 2013 7:13 am     All Titles Currently Available Reply with quote

New DVD added to the collection:



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