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Storm Rosson

 

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Silver City, NM. USA
Post  Posted 16 Nov 2011 6:58 am    
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Very Happy Dang Fred you got mucho bragging rights now . Bout damn time too, good on you my friend you deserve it....Stormy Mr. Green
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Fred Justice


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Post  Posted 16 Nov 2011 12:34 pm    
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Hey Stormy, I been wondering what happened to you? Ain't seen you on here in a long while now.
Thanks for the input buddy, I shipped Weldon's guitar off yesterday and he should have it by Monday next week. I think he's going to post pictures on here when he gets it all set up. Very Happy Very Happy
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David Hartley

 

Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 3:57 am     Fred ?
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I was wondering? What was the copedant on Weldon's guitar?

I seem to remember him having a different raise/lower thing going on with string 1....
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Fred Justice


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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 4:21 am    
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David its Weldon's 2nd string that's different. He tunes it down to C# open, then raises it a 1/2 and a whole tone on two different knee levers.
I'll try to load it here.


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David Hartley

 

Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 5:52 am     Thanks Fred
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Thats interesting.

See how he doesn't lower the E's on the same lever too.

Best wishes Fred..

I love the uneven pencilled copedant grid.
I can imagine you drawing that up while he was on the phone to you.

You will have to make a template up on the PC..
......for your future orders.... Smile
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Fred Justice


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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 6:42 am    
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David this is the form I normally use, I just didn't have one handy at the time. Very Happy




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Dave Biller

 

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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 7:37 am    
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First off, I apologize for the super-geeky question in advance, but I was curious about the E-Eb change. Being a very devout student of Mr. Myrick's steel guitar stylings, I was aware of the 2nd string raise but I had thought that he never lowered his E's. Is this a recent thing or has Weldon always had this change? Maybe at different times? I know I'm being a nerd, but when I'm trying to figure out fills and phrases, this is the kind of thing that keeps me up at night! Smile
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Fred Justice


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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 8:28 am    
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Dave, maybe Weldon will correct me if I'm wrong. The reason Weldon lowers his E's on 2 different knee levers is, he has pretty much always lowered the 8th, and added the lowering the 4th in recent years.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
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Lathan Mills

 

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Post  Posted 17 Nov 2011 1:42 pm    
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Very nice Fred Mr. Baker will certainly ejoy that.

Lathan
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Fred Justice


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Post  Posted 20 Nov 2011 5:03 am     "On The FedEx Truck For Delivery"
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Thank you Lathan. Both Scottie Baker and Weldon Myrick will receive their guitars sometime Monday.

I believe both Weldon and Scottie plan on posting pictures here on the Forum. Stay tuned. Very Happy
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