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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 20 Oct 2015 4:13 pm     Reply with quote

Hello ! nice to meet you I am the guitarist and partner annick NICKIE Gabelout.
Thank you to DOUG BEAOMIER for his topic posted on
O6/28/15 and its rave comments.And also to other
members.
Sorry! we do not speak English ( without translation Google...)
Jacques gabelout
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Roger Shackelton


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MINNESOTA
Post Posted 20 Oct 2015 7:29 pm     Island Blues Reply with quote

Island Blues

Published on Aug 4, 2012
la " Multiharp " est présentée par Gibson comme " la Rolls " de sa production d'electric steel guitars dans les années 196O ( " Electric Steel Guitars " Gibson de A.R. Duchaussoir, publié en 2009 à New York )
Page 142, on trouve un poster de Nickie " a renowned French steel player ..."
Music
"Island Blues (Instrumental)" by Nickie Annick Gabelout, Jacques Gabelout (eMusic • iTunes • AmazonMP3)

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"Island Blues" is one of the prettiest tunes that Nickie plays.
I was unaware that Gibson made a triple neck "Multiharp" Pedal Steel Guitar. ??

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krH6DGXR1XQ

Roger
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Charlie McDonald


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out of the blue
Post Posted 21 Oct 2015 4:50 am     Reply with quote

Jacuqes, I wish I wrote in French.
I very much enjoyed the songs by Nickie, and loved the duo with guitar; you accompanied her very well, very attentive, adding a dimension.
Elle est fabuleux, plus tu. Merci beaucoup!
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Doug Beaumier


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Northampton, MA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2015 6:32 am     Reply with quote

Hello Jacques, It's nice to see you posting here. I enjoyed Nickie's playing and your playing!
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Dennis Smith


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Covington, Georgia, USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2015 12:18 pm     Reply with quote

Nice playing thanks for the post.
This one has a photo montage of there career.
https://youtu.be/sqhzeGKh9UI
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Rose Sinclair


From:
Austin, TX, USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2015 8:40 pm     Reply with quote

Thank you for posting these videos!
Nickie and Jacque - J'aime votre musique!
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 23 Oct 2015 9:57 am     NICKIE French lady steel guitarist Reply with quote

New member...
Thank you all for your great welcome!
I want to answer questions about the game Nickie, on the tuning of this MULTIHARP etc...
It will need help, as neither English not computer! Confused

We are appréciative and happy for your interest in our " french music ". It is a greet honor !
Amicably

Jacques et Annick NICKIE Gabelout
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Doug Beaumier


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Northampton, MA
Post Posted 23 Oct 2015 11:17 am     Reply with quote

I like this one! -----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqhzeGKh9UI
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Dennis Smith


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Covington, Georgia, USA
Post Posted 23 Oct 2015 1:09 pm     Reply with quote

Bienvenue Nickie Jacques et. I amour dela musique vous faites. Beaucoup d'amis a faire ici. jespere que cela fonctionne. j'al trouve traduceur anglais vers francais a la ligne et le sont pou les apparellsIphone et aoos presentees vous pouvez trouver un moyen de mettre a partir d'un telephone. Pas sur qoe vous Pouvez le faie. je tiens e'galement info surle guitat vous jouiezetle triple cou Gibson.

I hope this comes thru readable it's from a free translator on line. Anyone read Freach? I hope it wasn't a joke translator or something I would never guess it's saying.
Dennis
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Jacques Gabelout


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France
Post Posted 26 Oct 2015 10:37 am     Reply with quote

Good Enening, thank you very much!

I bring a message received that day :

" You admirers worldwiwe. You deserve it because you are from France an exceptional music that deserves special attention. In US, we listen much it which occupies an important place in american music world since 1915!
Congratulations artists! "

Roland Brault
Fort Myers Florida
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Roy Thomson


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Wolfville, Nova Scotia,Canada
Post Posted 26 Oct 2015 10:52 am     Reply with quote

Like Doug, Souviens-Toi is nice listening. It has that Third Man Theme sound..
Good thread. Smile
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Donny Hinson


From:
Glen Burnie, Md. U.S.A.
Post Posted 26 Oct 2015 6:21 pm     Re: Island Blues Reply with quote

Roger Shackelton wrote:

I was unaware that Gibson made a triple neck "Multiharp" Pedal Steel Guitar. ??


"Multi-Harp" was the name for their triple-neck pedal/console guitar, and it featured 6 pedals that only worked on the middle neck. Their one and two-necked pedal steels were called "Electraharps", but sadly, none of the Gibson pedal steel entries wound up being very popular. The general consensus was that they were expensive, bulky, and rather poorly designed.
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Larry Lenhart


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Ponca City, Oklahoma
Post Posted 26 Oct 2015 6:51 pm     Reply with quote

Wow, that was really pretty and I loved the Gretsch Super Chet...I used to have one just like it...Chet wanted Gretsch to build the prettiest guitar ever and this was the design they came up with...the whole video was very well done...loved the tone and touch of the steel guitar....NICE !!
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 28 Oct 2015 11:04 am     Reply with quote

Good evening, I forgot to remind you that in september 2012, Doug had already presented on this forum:
" Nickie french parisian steeler "...
We learned that in july 2O15 by our friend Roland
Brault.
So, THANK YOU again and especially to Doug !

Jacques et Nickie
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 31 Oct 2015 11:18 am     Re: Island Blues Reply with quote

Hello ! I made a drawing to show the possibilities of MULTIHARP
Nickie.
Agreements of 3 necks and those of 6 active pedals on the 2nd. 9 agreements or "empty" in total.
His choice since 1963, to play the harmonies varieties
as modes...
I would send you this drawing to annwer your questions.
Winking Help !

Jacques Gabelout


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John Booth


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Columbus Ohio, USA
Post Posted 31 Oct 2015 2:19 pm     Reply with quote

C'était magnifique. Merci
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David Matzenik


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Cairns, on the Coral Sea
Post Posted 31 Oct 2015 2:26 pm     Reply with quote

Nice playing, but this thread should be moved to the Pedal Steel Forum.
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 1 Nov 2015 9:59 am     Re: Island Blues Reply with quote

[quote="Jacques Gabelout"]Hello ! I made a drawing to show the possibilities of MULTIHARP
Nickie.
Agreements of 3 necks and those of 6 active pedals on the 2nd. 9 agreements or "empty" in total.
His choice since 1963, to play the harmonies varieties
as modes...
I would send you this drawing to annwer your questions.
Winking Help !

Jacques Gabelout
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Doug Beaumier


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Northampton, MA
Post Posted 1 Nov 2015 10:36 am     Reply with quote

That's an interesting diagram. I think this thread fits fine in the non-pedal section. In one of the videos linked above Nickie never touches the pedals, and in the other video she touches a pedal twice at the end of the song. About 98% of what she's playing is non-pedal... and it sounds really sweet!
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 6 Nov 2015 7:44 am     Reply with quote

To meet last 2 comments: " whith or without pedals?"
Thank you to David and Doug, you ave both right!

Nickie music were composed on his various guitars.

(see video "Souviens-toi). She continued to play on his Multiharp. Then the new enriched themselves harmonies
with the pedals.
Nickie much like what affects what surprises...
Its originality is easier to feel than to define, but I
can assure you that is a romantic ( with or whitout pedals...)
Sincerely

jacques gabelout
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 9 Nov 2015 10:29 am     Peter Lindelauf wrote : Reply with quote

" Enjoyed hearing some of the songs, Jacques. First saw the link on Steel Guitar Forum. Hello from Canada -- and southern BC, in particular.

I write songs and play mostly piano and guitar. Have been learning lap steel guitar for about five years now and it's starting to sound musical. Love the instrument."



Peter Lindelauf



On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 9:56 AM, <jacques> wrote:

Thank you Peter, BRAVO !


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Brad Bechtel


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San Francisco, CA
Post Posted 9 Nov 2015 11:59 am     Reply with quote

Since this very interesting music is being performed on pedal steel, I'm moving it to Steel Players from Steel Without Pedals.
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 17 Nov 2015 11:19 am     with or whitout pedals Reply with quote

OK, Brad. Thank you!
But we also hope to keep all our new friends
(Doug,Roger,Charlie,Denis etc...) who love our duets...

With or without pedals, there are online 28/30 (?)
videos or audios.

Bravo for your site on the History of hawaiian guitar:
Very very informative !

Jacques & Nickie
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Jacques Gabelout


From:
France
Post Posted 11 Dec 2015 10:06 am     Reply with quote

Hello !

ALWAYS KEEP THE MUSIC Smile

Nickie et jacques


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Dennis Smith


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Covington, Georgia, USA
Post Posted 11 Dec 2015 11:32 am     Reply with quote

Were not going away Jacques. Post when you can.
Dennis
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