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Brad Mogensen


From:
New York, USA
Post Posted 3 Dec 2016 4:13 am     Reply with quote

I need tabs for Buck Owens' "Buckaroo" by Don Rich, for E9 pedal steel.
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Ricky Davis


From:
Buda, Texas USA
Post Posted 3 Dec 2016 8:35 am     Reply with quote

Tab:

Buckaroo BreakBuckaroo/steel break/key of C#/E9th pedal steel
Note: Second string "L" is half tone.


         (C#)
1.______|__________________________________|
2.______|_______________4L___4L____________|
3.______|__________________________________|
4.______|__________________________________|
5.______|____4~a_4~a_4a___4a____4a~4_______|
6._____4|_4b_________________________4b~4__|
7.___4__|_________________________________4|
8.~4____|__________________________________|

  (F#)
2.______________9L___9L____________|
3._________________________________|
4._________________________________|
5.____9_9~9a_9a___9a____9a~9_______|
6._9b________________________9b~9__|
7.________________________________9|

  (C#)
2._____________________4L____4L____________|
3._________________________________________|
4._________________________________________|
5._4~4a_4a___4~4a_4a______4a____4a~4_______|
6.________4b________4b_______________4b~4__|
7.________________________________________4|

  (G#)
2._______________4L__4L____4L________|
3.___________________________________|
4.___________________________________|
5.________4_4~4a________4a____4a~4___|
6._4_4~4b__________________________4b|
7.___________________________________|

  (C#)
2.________________4L____4L____________|
3.____________________________________|
4.____________________________________|
5.______4_4~4a_4a____4a____4a~4_______|
6._4~4b_________________________4b~4__|
7.___________________________________4|

  (F#)
2.______________9L___9L____________|
3._________________________________|
4._________________________________|
5.____9_9~9a_9a___9a____9a~9_______|
6._9b________________________9b~9__|
7.________________________________9|

  (C#)               (G#)         C# F# G# C# F# C#
2._________5______________________|_______|________
3.________________________________|_______|________
4.________________________________|_______|________
5._4~4a_5a___5a~4a~4__4____5a~4a~4|_______|________
6.______________________4b________|_4b_2_4|_4b_2_4b
7.________________________________|_______|________

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Ricky Davis
Email Ricky: sshawaiian@austin.rr.com
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Frank Freniere


From:
Chicago, IL
Post Posted 3 Dec 2016 5:54 pm     Reply with quote

Nice, Ricky!
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Steve Pawlak


From:
Arizona, USA
Post Posted 4 Dec 2016 5:23 am     Reply with quote

Anyone have a tab for the melody line?
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Brad Mogensen


From:
New York, USA
Post Posted 5 Dec 2016 1:10 pm     Thank you Reply with quote

Thank you Ricky...been tearing my hair out.
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Keith Hilton


From:
248 Laurel Road Ozark, Missouri 65721
Post Posted 6 Dec 2016 2:00 pm     Reply with quote

Ricky, I used to play in a band with Bob Morris, Bob wrote Buckaroo. Check the sheet music and you will see Bob listed as the guy who wrote it. Bob was from Hardy, Arkansas.
I can play what Tom played, and know a couple of ways of playing what the guitar played. I would like to see you diagram your version of what the guitar player played. Do it on E9th.
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Ricky Davis


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Buda, Texas USA
Post Posted 7 Dec 2016 10:42 am     Reply with quote

Keith; way cool info bro. I have no time for Tabbing these days sorry...I do play a harmony part to the original guitar melody; when our guitar player starts it out...ha...but that's just an ear thing; and can be played a few different ways in a few different places...
Ricky
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steve takacs


From:
beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 11 Dec 2016 1:18 am     Reply with quote

Swell one, Ricki. Thanks a bundle. Steve t
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steve takacs


From:
beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 7 May 2017 4:28 am     HELP with Problem copying this tab Reply with quote

I tried to copy and paste Rickey's tab here but everything gets squished when I send it to myself and view it Anyone have any ides how I can solve this problem? Thanks. Stevet
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Jim Smith


From:
Valley Ranch (north Irving), TX, USA
Post Posted 7 May 2017 9:48 am     Re: HELP with Problem copying this tab Reply with quote

steve takacs wrote:
I tried to copy and paste Rickey's tab here but everything gets squished when I send it to myself and view it Anyone have any ides how I can solve this problem? Thanks. Stevet

Hey Steve, I just copied the tab and pasted it into Notepad, WordPad, and Microsoft Word and none of them were squished. Let me know if that doesn't work for you and I'll email it to you.
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steve takacs


From:
beijing, china via pittsburgh
Post Posted 18 May 2017 10:01 am     Thanks, Jim Reply with quote

Thanks Jim, I will give it a try. Steve
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