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Doug Beaumier


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Post Posted 19 Oct 2017 9:51 am     Reply with quote

Hmmm... that's kinda hard to watch. He's really battering that Stringmaster. That was probably a new instrument in 1970. They were made until about 1980.
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David Mitchell


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Post Posted 19 Oct 2017 10:13 am     Reply with quote

I'm ready to see someone jump up while they have the crowd going wild and soak their their D-10 8/8 down with lighter fluid and set it on fire. Jimi Hendrix wasn't the first to do it. Jerry Lee set his piano on fire then said "Follow that one killer!"
Fear not because you have already ordered six pedal steels for your next tour. All awaiting the fire. Wonder if mica gets to stinking? I bet it does.
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Charley Hill


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Post Posted 19 Oct 2017 4:34 pm     Reply with quote

So,

This whole thread is Ken Byngs fault? Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing

I am ready to go to the BYNG academy and learn to play like Sarah AND have the constipated or runny theatrics
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Ken Byng


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 12:06 am     Reply with quote

I have lots of remedies for constipation Charley. Some of them you may not like my friend. Laughing Laughing
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Tim Russell


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 2:34 am     Reply with quote

David Mitchell wrote:
I'm ready to see someone jump up while they have the crowd going wild and soak their their D-10 8/8 down with lighter fluid and set it on fire. Jimi Hendrix wasn't the first to do it. Jerry Lee set his piano on fire then said "Follow that one killer!"
Fear not because you have already ordered six pedal steels for your next tour. All awaiting the fire. Wonder if mica gets to stinking? I bet it does.


LOL - Let's not forget ELP, stabbing that B3 (I think that's what he played) to death and wrestling it to the ground during live performances.... Whoa!
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Charley Hill


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 4:11 am     Reply with quote

Ken Byng wrote:
I have lots of remedies for constipation Charley. Some of them you may not like my friend. Laughing Laughing


I am pretty open minded, Ken. And into all kinds of weird stuff........kinda like perusing the steel guitar forum Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing
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Jim Cohen


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 4:16 am     Reply with quote


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Charley Hill


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 4:55 am     Reply with quote


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Pookie Anselmi


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Post Posted 20 Oct 2017 5:58 am     Reply with quote

For constipation: Keep running around your backyard til you're all pooped out.
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Tony Smart


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Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 5:59 am     Reply with quote

The steel player's antics in Juicy Lucy are obviously down to him wearing Harris Tweed underpants.
Now that's what you call a real Technical Itch.


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Ken Byng


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Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 8:41 am     Reply with quote

Tony Smart wrote:
The steel player's antics in Juicy Lucy are obviously down to him wearing Harris Tweed underpants.
Now that's what you a real Technical Itch.


Don’t give up the day job Tony! Laughing
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Tony Smart


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Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 1:20 pm     Reply with quote

This is my day job Ken........
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Brian Henry


Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 4:42 pm     Reply with quote

When I was in Jeff Newman’s Jeffran class in Nashville he told us that some of the licks he was teaching were real simple. He did tell us though, not to make it look simple. He said that by wincing (constipational theatrics) and thus making it look so difficult it secured your position in the band and even made the bandleader want to pay you extra for your effort!
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Ron Funk


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Missouri, USA
Post Posted 21 Oct 2017 6:05 pm     Reply with quote

One of the things we all loved about Buddy Emmons was that he typically smiled when he played.

And a Player's smile is usually contagious.

Try smiling during your next entire practice session.

It ain't easy.
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Warren Tavernia


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Pennsylvania, USA
Post Posted 23 Oct 2017 4:38 pm     sara Jorie Reply with quote

well I guess this post wouldn`t be complete with out me opening my big mouth and sticking my 2 cents in. IT`S CALLED SHOMAN SHIP!!! I`ll bet none of you crybabys out there even heard the words before and I`ll bett not one of you can change a B string while singing and not miss a beat or a word!
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Rich Upright


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Post Posted 23 Oct 2017 5:12 pm     Reply with quote

Tim Russell wrote:
David Mitchell wrote:
I'm ready to see someone jump up while they have the crowd going wild and soak their their D-10 8/8 down with lighter fluid and set it on fire. Jimi Hendrix wasn't the first to do it. Jerry Lee set his piano on fire then said "Follow that one killer!"
Fear not because you have already ordered six pedal steels for your next tour. All awaiting the fire. Wonder if mica gets to stinking? I bet it does.


LOL - Let's not forget ELP, stabbing that B3 (I think that's what he played) to death and wrestling it to the ground during live performances.... Whoa!


ELP are my all time favorite band(kinda unusual for a steel player); Have seen them 17 times.
Keith played a Hammond C-3 during his heyday, as B-3s were not readily available in England at the time.Same innards as a B-3; different cabinet is all Switched later to a Goff pro, which was essentially a heavily modified B-3 in an indestructible road cabinet, ; B-3s were meant to travel; C-3s & A-100s (again; same innards, different cabinet)were meant for home or church.
The organ that he beat the crap outta onstage was a Hammond L-100.
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Post Posted 24 Oct 2017 5:13 pm     Reply with quote

This is one of the things I've never liked about any forum. There's always someone shooting off their mouth degrading someone else when they in turn are the ones that should be practicing.
Go figure
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Bobby Hearn


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Post Posted 24 Oct 2017 5:50 pm     Reply with quote

W. C. Edgar wrote:
This is one of the things I've never liked about any forum. There's always someone shooting off their mouth degrading someone else when they in turn are the ones that should be practicing.
Go figure



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Tony Smart


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Post Posted 26 Oct 2017 11:59 am     Reply with quote

Look out, the thought police are on the case.
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Brian Henry


Post Posted 26 Oct 2017 3:31 pm     Reply with quote

Oh what nonsense. Read my post again! No one is « shouting their mouth off! » This is a forum, we are allowed to discuss things and people.

I already acknowledged that Sara is one of the best players in the world. I just find her theatrics annoying. So do many others on the forum.

So are the « thought police  » going to interfere with our responsible free speech.
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Terry Barnett


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Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada
Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 4:41 am     Reply with quote

Oops, a nerve has been struck...go back to your corners boys. It’s just steel guitar, we’re not changing the world here. Let’s enjoy each other’s company...
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Charley Hill


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Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 6:24 am     Reply with quote

"Responsible Free Speech" and "Thought Police"? Isn't that an oxymoronic statement on this thread? Laughing Laughing Laughing Cool
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Brian Henry


Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 7:32 am     Reply with quote

Perhaps Charlie you are right. But for « the enlightened ignorant » on our forum, here is a list of examples!


Great Depression
Jumbo shrimp
Cruel to be kind
Pain for pleasure
Clearly confused
Act naturally
Beautifully painful
Painfully beautiful
Deafening silence
Pretty ugly
Pretty fierce
Pretty cruel
Definitely maybe
Living dead
Walking dead
Only choice
Amazingly awful
Alone together
Virtual reality
Random order
Original copy
Happy sad
Disgustingly delicious
Run slowly
Awfully good
Awfully delicious
Small crowd
Dark light
Light darkness
Dark snow
Open secret
Passive aggressive
Appear invisible
Awfully lucky
Awfully pretty
Big baby
Tiny elephant
Wake up dead
Goodbye reception
Growing smaller
Least favorite
True myth
Typically weird
Typically odd
Naturally strange
Weirdly normal
Unpopular celebrity
Worthless gold
Sad joy
Liquid food
Heavy diet
Noticeable absence
Quiet presence
Short wait
Sweet agony

Read more at http://examples.yourdictionary.com/examples-of-oxymorons.html#MwzyBZQvW71OfZ8M.99


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Doug Beaumier


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Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 9:38 am     Reply with quote

Brian, you forgot about this one: Rap music! Surprised
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Don R Brown


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Post Posted 27 Oct 2017 2:50 pm     Reply with quote

Iron Butterfly!
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