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Greg Shadwick


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Post Posted 11 Mar 2012 5:14 pm     Reply with quote

Amazing chart! Thank you for making this!
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Cameron Mitchell


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Post Posted 12 Mar 2012 12:34 pm     Reply with quote

this is wonderful! thank you Patricia!

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Richard Rice


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Post Posted 13 Mar 2012 4:29 am     Reply with quote

This has been a wonderful help to me, and I continue to work with the chart daily. Again, many heartfelt thanks for your efforts and generosity.

I seem to recall mention of a C6 chart. Is there anything available? I keep messing with different C6 tunings, but am very new to this setup. Any guidance is most appreciated.
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Pete Ethridge


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Mississippi, USA
Post Posted 15 Mar 2012 2:26 am     e9th chord chart Reply with quote

Dear Patricia, please please send me one .I am a new steel player and can use any help i can get.Mt emal address is professorpete6@aol.com Thank you so much Pete Hthridge from Mehann Ms
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Sandro Rocco


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Post Posted 28 Mar 2012 2:10 pm     Reply with quote

I just found this. You are a god among men for making this pdf. Amazing.
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Alfred Ewell


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Virginia, USA
Post Posted 28 Mar 2012 8:59 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks Patricia! I had the large PDF printed up at a local print shop in wall size. Kept one and gave one to my teacher. He's rated to teach "any instrument" so he wanted to learn steel too for a while. I left my steel in his studio so he could get the feel of it, figuring it would help me. He said I don't know how you just sit in front of that thing and make up a song. (But he says that when I play the fiddle.) Rolling Eyes
I still study fiddle with him and I intend to go back to the steel teacher I got to learn a bit from. (I'm still a steel beginner.) I mentioned just last week to him (fiddle teacher) the line from the forward in Winnie Winston's book roughly: Many an experienced musician upon trying to learn the pedal steel guitar has been driven to tears in frustration. Because it wasn't long before he said to get that thing out of here (ca. 2010).
The poster has been most helpful! Hopefully this somewhat long story brings a chuckle.
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Lisa Wyrick


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Post Posted 28 May 2012 12:26 pm     Reply with quote

The link didn't work for me...I would really appreciate a copy if possible. Thanks for your hard work ! wyricklisa@gmail.com
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Tab Tabscott


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Post Posted 29 May 2012 5:16 am     please send me one too Reply with quote

THanks very much
a-brt@msn.com

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Patricia Warnock


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Post Posted 29 May 2012 6:23 am     Reply with quote

Hi, all... it's so amazing to see this post still active. I recently took a new direction with my career and as a result my consulting website is no longer active as of the end of April 2012. I'm working on setting up a new website, but for the time being the chart is no longer online. I am still happy to email it to anyone who would like the file - both tabloid and poster size. Just send me a Private Message with your email address and I'll get the chart to you just as soon as I can. Take care, Patricia
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Vic Plowman


From:
Iowa, USA
Post Posted 29 May 2012 1:01 pm     Chord chart Reply with quote

Patricia Please put me on the list also looks good thanks[/quote]
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Steve Humes


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Tampa, Florida, USA
Post Posted 31 May 2012 10:37 am     Reply with quote

Thanks Patricia!
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Sam Conomo


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Queensland, Australia
Post Posted 31 May 2012 3:08 pm     chord chart Reply with quote

hi Patricia,
i just emailed you.
thanks heaps .
sam.
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Daniel Policarpo


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Tulsa, Oklahoma
Post Posted 31 May 2012 7:04 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks Patricia!! The charts are amazing and the poster is very easy to reference on the fly. So much better than my chicken scratched pages. Very Happy
-Dan
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Marlin Gengenbach


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New Mexico, USA
Post Posted 1 Jun 2012 7:16 pm     chord chart Reply with quote

Please send one to me Patricia. PM sent.
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Clinton Damron


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Cleburne Texas, USA
Post Posted 4 Jun 2012 12:12 pm     Reply with quote

Sending a pm to get one of these. Thanks
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Nicholas Ackron


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Vero Beach
Post Posted 5 Jun 2012 9:33 am     Reply with quote

Can I get one???? Email is ackron251@yahoo.com
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Pete Nicholls


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Centerville, Georgia, USA
Post Posted 7 Jun 2012 9:16 am     The right side of the chart Reply with quote

Can someone explain the right-side of the chart (the area shaded in blue), I'm not understanding it. Thanks!
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Dave Beaty


From:
Mesa, Arizona, USA
Post Posted 8 Jun 2012 3:01 pm     Request for chart Reply with quote

Patricia when you have time, I would very much like a copy of your chart.
Thank you in advance, dave@telonics.com
Dave
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JOZEF SMITH


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WESTMINSTER - CA - USA
Post Posted 8 Jun 2012 10:52 pm     Reply with quote

LOVE TO HAVE A COPY. THANKS PATRICIA
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JOZEF SMITH


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Post Posted 8 Jun 2012 10:54 pm     Reply with quote

LOVE TO HAVE A COPY. THANKS PATRICIA
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Patricia Warnock


From:
Houston, Texas
Post Posted 11 Jun 2012 5:52 am     How the Chord Patterns Work Reply with quote

I believe some of this is buried in the 15 pages of comments, but as there is renewed interest I thought I would re-post this explanation:

The Chord Patterns work like this:

Major Chord - C -
Open Fret + 3 = AF

What this means -- for example,
When you are playing in the Open position (no pedals, no levers) the Major C Chord is on Fret 8 using strings 4,5,6
If you move up 3 Frets to the 11th Fret and depress the A Pedal and engage the F Lever and play strings 4,5,6 you also play the Major C Chord

One more example
Major Chord - E -
Open Fret + 7 = AB
AB Fret + 8 = AF

What this means - for example,
When you are playing in the Open position (no pedals, no levers) the Major E Chord is no bar/open bar on strings 4,5,6
Move up 7 frets - to Fret 7 - depress the A Pedal and the B Pedal, and play strings 4,5,6 you also have the Major E Chord
Now from there, if you move up 8 frets - to Fret 15 - depress the A Pedal and engage the F Lever, and play strings 4,5,6 again you also have the Major E Chord

This works with all major string groupings listed.
Double check the patterns against the chord table.

Once you study the chart more closely, you may notice that under the Major Chord Patterns section the second tip: AF + 2 = E Lever actually takes you from the Major Chord to it's Relative Minor. Still a Major Chord Pattern but not Major Chord to Same Major Chord. Following that then, the third tip: E Lever + 2 = AB takes you from that same Relative Minor back to the Major Chord.

For example:
1AF (D Major) + 2 frets & E Lever = 3E (B Minor)
3E (B Minor) + 2 frets & AB Pedals = 5AB (D Major)

I hope this can clear up any confusion.

Take care,
Patricia
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Donald Gabriel


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Maryland, USA
Post Posted 19 Jun 2012 6:40 pm     Chord Chart Reply with quote

Patricia, am fairly new at this and would love one of your charts....thanking you in advance
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Donald Gabriel


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Post Posted 19 Jun 2012 6:44 pm     chord chart Reply with quote

OOPS...forgot my email address for you...steelguitarpicknfool@gmail.com....thanks
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Steve Humes


From:
Tampa, Florida, USA
Post Posted 27 Jun 2012 4:06 am     Reply with quote

Patricia,

My Stage One PSG arrived a week ago, and I am moving along at a very satisfying rate thanks to your wonderful chart. Thank you so much for providing this. It has been the single most useful piece of instructional material for me.
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Eric Dunlop


From:
Hampshire, UK
Post Posted 1 Jul 2012 6:36 am     Chart & Tip Sheet Reply with quote


Hello Patricia,
I have requested a chart and tip sheet via email.
Your chart will be of great help and I am most appreciative.
Thank you for all your trouble.
Regards
Eric
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