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MIchael Bean


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Post Posted 11 Feb 2018 12:19 pm     Reply with quote

I have my 0 pedal bringing the 6th string G# up to A#. By playing strings 4, 5, 6 with 0 and A pedals down I can play the dom7 chord in the position that I always wanted. This is handy for playing a I IV II7 progression without moving the bar. I can also do 7th chord bends like the intro to Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down.
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Baron Collins-Hill


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Post Posted 12 Feb 2018 5:47 am     Reply with quote

Jim Morris wrote:


Honeslty, the standard setup Doug does on his 4x5 or 3x5 is plenty to keep you busy forever and a day.


Thank Jim,

Do you (or anyone) know what Doug's stock 4x5 copedent is?

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Baron
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Baron Collins-Hill


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 7:09 am     Reply with quote

The more I look at Peter's copedent the more I like it. Wouldn't the G natural be available with a P2 and RKL split?

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Fred Treece


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 9:26 am     Reply with quote

Baron Collins-Hill wrote:
Jim Morris wrote:

Honeslty, the standard setup Doug does on his 4x5 or 3x5 is plenty to keep you busy forever and a day.

Thank Jim,

Do you (or anyone) know what Doug's stock 4x5 copedent is?

There is a stock setup on the Stage One 3x4, but I don’t think there is on an Encore 4x5. They are custom ordered and adjustable. This might give you an idea of how to do the splits that are possible with the 0 pedal and vertical lever:
https://bb.steelguitarforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=319801
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Richard Sinkler


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 9:55 am     Reply with quote

Baron Collins-Hill wrote:
The more I look at Peter's copedent the more I like it. Wouldn't the G natural be available with a P2 and RKL split?

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Baron


Yes. It's quite common.
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Peter Nylund


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 10:01 am     Reply with quote

Baron Collins-Hill wrote:
The more I look at Peter's copedent the more I like it. Wouldn't the G natural be available with a P2 and RKL split?

Thanks,
Baron


Yes, of course. Except that split, you also need to split the A pedal with the vertical to get the c notes. Another good split is the c pedal and the e lower. There are tons of brilliant voicings utilizing those changes. Having said that I would like to point out the importance of having the b lowers on the vertical. Very comfortable place for it
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Baron Collins-Hill


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 1:22 pm     Reply with quote

Anyone have thoughts on adding a feel-stop to 1st string raise to get a G natural between the F# and G#?

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Richard Sinkler


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2018 2:15 pm     Reply with quote

Baron Collins-Hill wrote:
Anyone have thoughts on adding a feel-stop to 1st string raise to get a G natural between the F# and G#?

Thanks,
Baron


I have never been able to get the half stop so you can feel it while trying to quickly activate the lever. I didn't like the "bump" when trying to hit the G#. I've tried with a Carter, Super Pro, Williams. But there are some that an get this to work. You won't know until you try.
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