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Ron Funk

Missouri, USA
Post Posted 7 Oct 2018 2:53 pm     Reply with quote

I wish I would have taken photos of PF's performance at Scotty's Convention when he had 3 steels set up in a U fashion in the middle of the stage.

One was most likely a it seems to be to be around the time of PF's Akoostix project.

Anyone remember the year and / or have photos?

Or perhaps Paul may chime in........
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Larry McFall

Huntsville,Alabama, USA
Post Posted 11 Oct 2018 3:12 am     Innovation! Reply with quote

Got some real smart guys. Some of these innovations amaze me. The best I ever did was build me a dual neck 6 string many years ago that I played Hawaiian style music on. Some of these I see that you guys come up with really impress me. Keep coming up with new ideas guys.
Played the Steel from 1948. Have had the opportunity to play a multitude of Military venues considering I spent over 32 years with the U.S. Army. Got to play in many foreign countries which was fantastic. Married to the same woman for more than 55 years. Have children, all of them served in the military. 7 Grandchildren.
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Michael James

La Crosse, Wisconsin, USA
Post Posted 14 Oct 2018 7:00 am     Reply with quote

Here's my two steel and three steel setups.

I use the Behringer MicroMix MX400 to mix the steel into one signal. It works really great. No added noise, tone color or tone degradation whatsoever.
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