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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2008 4:29 pm     Reply with quote

Come hear Ted Solesky "Cold Cold Heart"
on You Tube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJjfHYGhCcs
Vern
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Bill Dobkins


From:
Rolla Missouri, USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2008 9:23 pm     Reply with quote

Ted, does great on this song. What kind of steel is he playing.
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Nick Reed


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Russellville, KY USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2008 10:13 pm     Reply with quote

I think it's a Emmons with the badge covered up. Yes I agree, Ted is totally awesome!
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Nick Reed


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Russellville, KY USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2008 10:13 pm     Reply with quote

Smile sorry, double post
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Vernon Hester


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Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 19 Nov 2008 11:42 pm     Ted Solesky Reply with quote

Here's anther clip from Ted with the band.
Guitar man a super picker as well.

Vern
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-Vg4C1tzFc
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 20 Nov 2008 9:57 am     Ted Solesky and Band Reply with quote

Here's a pretty tune by Ted and the Band!!
Boys do a super job.
Vern
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8-g0wCTbsVY
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Dick Wood


From:
Springtown Texas, USA
Post Posted 20 Nov 2008 1:08 pm     Reply with quote

Ted plays a Carter D10 but it looks like he's put a sticker over the Carter name.

I had asked him to put a picture of me on there.

Thanks Ted
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Micky Byrne


From:
Essex United Kingdom
Post Posted 20 Nov 2008 1:12 pm     Reply with quote

If you look carefully it says Carter, but it's kinda blurr. Ted thinks very highly about Carters and quite rightly so. He also always uses either an Evans or Webb amp.

Micky Byrne United Kingdom
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Bernie Gonyea


From:
Sherman Tx. 75092 ,U.S.A.
Post Posted 20 Nov 2008 3:24 pm     Ted Solesky Reply with quote



Very Happy Laughing Rolling Eyes

Hi Vern and Mickey : First time I've heard this gent; does a fine job at playing that " Crying Steel Guitar". Where is he from; possibly from your countrym Mickey? He does fine, whether he's on either side of the big pond.. Good seeing you on a post, Vern and Mickey. Mickey, you have heard my friend , Vern , play his MSA Pedal Steel, have you not..?? Vern, please post one of your U-Tube songs here on the forum, will you .Thanks..Bernie Very Happy Whoa! Rolling Eyes Laughing

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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 20 Nov 2008 10:08 pm     Tune Reply with quote

Bernie,
I have some old tunes on Youtube with the MSA and Rickenbacker.Just click on more from VGHester when you are looking at Ted's fine playing.
My current tune on Tilley's site is "Sweet Dreams".
http://www.etsga.org/steelguitarplayers.htm
Have thrown all my Camcorders (3)in the trash.Been looking around to buy another one.
Terrble for a former TV Exe to not have a camera???.
This Fibrosis problem has slowed me down quite a bit.
Vernon Hester
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Micky Byrne


From:
Essex United Kingdom
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 1:43 am     Re: Tune Reply with quote

Hey Bing (Bernie)......Ted is from Mineral Wells Texas. He's a great internet pal of mine...at least 10 e'mails a day off him. He really needs more recognition...you want to hear his fast picking too, which he send me copies Smile .....Say hi to Kimberley for me Winking

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Micky Byrne


From:
Essex United Kingdom
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 1:47 am     Re: Tune Reply with quote

Me again...Vernon, I've not heard your playing...any chance of zapping one across the pond to me??

Cheers,

Micky Byrne

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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 5:25 am     Vernon's tune Reply with quote

Micky,
Go to this site
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_c4Yrc3jIho

Old Hawaiian tune I did sometime ago.
Vernon
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Paul Wade


From:
mundelein,ill
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 6:03 am     ted Reply with quote

ted send me a c.d of the band some time ago and
it has great playing by him. i think in one
clip his is playing a B.M.I d-10??? veron, would like to see more clips Smile

p.w
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Micky Byrne


From:
Essex United Kingdom
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 6:25 am     Re: ted Reply with quote

Hi Vernon...that's sweet playing, and thank you for e'mailing me you playing "Sweet Dreams" Smile Paul Wade...Yes Ted did use a BMI D-10 before the Carter. He knew Zane Beck pretty well, I've also got pics of him jamming with Curly Chalker.

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Bent Romnes


From:
London,Ontario, Canada
Post Posted 21 Nov 2008 6:25 am     Reply with quote

Ted plays beautifully and with soo much feeling. It sounded even better when I closed my eyes and just listened, due to the poor synchronization of the movie/sound
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Paul Wade


From:
mundelein,ill
Post Posted 22 Nov 2008 9:28 am     ted Reply with quote

micky,
i thought he was playing a b.m.i d-10. would like to see some of thoes pix's with him jamming with
curly chalker Very Happy

p.w Wink
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Micky Byrne


From:
Essex United Kingdom
Post Posted 22 Nov 2008 9:42 am     Re: ted Reply with quote

Paul in one of the early clips on here where Ted is younger yes it was a BMI....then he went on to a Carter. He's real good friends with Bud. I'll try find the pic I got of him and Curley and e'mail you...think i lost your address, so maybe e'mail me???

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Ted Solesky


From:
Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
Post Posted 23 Nov 2008 5:51 am     Reply with quote

Micky, I'll if I can find it and mail it. Cury knew my whole bunch of limits and was a gentlman about the situation. And the geetar I was using had the pedal reverse from mine. Curly kept sayin, 'boy, you have guts'. Ted
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 23 Nov 2008 3:33 pm     Ted Solesky and Band Reply with quote

Love you because.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNLfWlzfWBo

Vernon Hester
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Ted Solesky


From:
Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
Post Posted 26 Nov 2008 2:38 pm     Reply with quote

Paul, Hope the picture came thru okay. It's something I always cherished.
One last favor to ask Vernon if he could put 'Home in San Aton'. It was a fun song for me. Ted
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Vernon Hester


From:
Cayce,SC USA
Post Posted 26 Nov 2008 11:05 pm     Home In San Antonio Reply with quote

Here it is Ted.
Audio noisy for the 1st 30 sec's.
Vern
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5ZAJRyTEeY
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Paul Wade


From:
mundelein,ill
Post Posted 27 Nov 2008 6:06 am     ted Reply with quote

thanks ted for that pix of you and curly. man, what a treat it must have been to have curly in the same
room with you and pick'en Smile great playing on 'home in home in san aton
veron, keep it comming Surprised
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Ted Solesky


From:
Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
Post Posted 27 Nov 2008 8:54 pm     Reply with quote

Paul, you were correct about the BMI. I loved the geetar but admit it weight'd a ton. My hands are payin for it now. I've had 2 surgeries already and need one more. The only clip I know that Vernon may have is 'Faded Love' and ' Faded Blue Jeans'. I'll need to send Vern more $ for his troubles. Vern is a true gentlman. Thanks. Ted
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Ted Solesky


From:
Mineral Wells, Texas, USA
Post Posted 16 Dec 2008 7:54 am     Reply with quote

Larry, to answer your question from our personal email, I was setting on 2 carpets and it caused me to be a bit unstable. Ted
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