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|Topic: All that Jazz...|
|Forum Section: Steel Without Pedals Posted: 16 Jul 2015 7:33 am Subject: All that Jazz...|
|Mike Neer's favorite C Maj7 chord can be played on the E9 neck at the 14th fret:
4th string -- 1/2 step raise = G
5th string -- 1/2 step lower = C
6th string -- 1/2 step raise = B
9th string --- ...
|Topic: Lush Life|
|Forum Section: Steel on the Web Posted: 1 Apr 2014 3:02 pm Subject: Lush Life|
|A few weeks ago, Roger Shackelton asked me to post some more of my chord melody arrangements for pedal steel.
Roger, this one's for you: http://picosong.com/eAWM/
Hope you like it.
|Topic: When Sunny Gets Blue|
|Forum Section: Steel on the Web Posted: 23 Dec 2013 1:33 pm Subject: When Sunny Gets Blue|
|Here's a chord melody arrangement for "When Sunny Gets Blue:"
Inspired by Sez Adamson (though a far cry from his harmonic brilliance, for sure!).
|Topic: Rains D-10 Custom 8 X 8 ***Coming down**|
|Forum Section: For Sale: Steel Guitars Posted: 24 Apr 2012 5:29 am Subject: Your C6 Set-up|
Please send me a copy of you C6 set-up.
|Topic: Found 'em: WTT/WTB/WTS: Your Williams for my Rains, or $$|
|Forum Section: For Sale: Steel Guitars Posted: 1 Apr 2012 2:38 pm Subject: Williams|
I own an older Williams SD-10 that you may want to consider adding to your steel collection.
This is 400 series guitar that Bill Rudolph upgraded with 600 series fingers, a few years ago. L ...
|Topic: How Many Play S10 C6 Pedal Steel|
|Forum Section: Pedal Steel Posted: 7 Sep 2010 7:34 am Subject: How Many Play S10 C6 Pedal Steel|
|Most of the time I play a Carter S-10 tuned to C6. This guitar has 6 pedals and 6 knee levers. I use it to play chord melody jazz, my main musical interest.|
|Topic: PLEASE CLOSE - Decided to keep.|
|Forum Section: For Sale: Steel Guitars Posted: 28 Dec 2009 11:07 am Subject: PLEASE CLOSE - Decided to keep.|
Don't know what style of mandolin you desire, but perhaps you'd be interested in my Weber Bridger. This is an A-style mandolin with a custom gloss sunburst and true VARNISH finish. Also inclu ...
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