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Adair Torres


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 4:03 am    
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Any Chance....?
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John Swain


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 6:02 am    
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Adair, I'm very familiar with Buddy's tunes, but I've never heard of this! Are you sure you have the name right? And if so, can you add a link? JS
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gary pierce


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 6:16 am    
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VxPKjNbnRY

starts at 1:57
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Jack Stanton


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 8:08 am    
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Adair,
It's very similar to what Buddy did on Clinton Gregorys the jukebox had a 45. Not in front of my guitar, but if I recall correctly it something like this – You start at the open position hit string eight, seven, five and six together no pedals, move up to stretch same pattern but lower the sixth string, up a half tone, same pattern with the A&F, move up to the four chord position same pattern, no pedals, move up to the pedal down position and play the single string stuff. I think you connect them all by hitting the 8th string before you slide up to the next position
How's that for a run on sentence?
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Adair Torres


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 8:35 am    
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Jack Stanton wrote:
Adair,
It's very similar to what Buddy did on Clinton Gregorys the jukebox had a 45. Not in front of my guitar, but if I recall correctly it something like this – You start at the open position hit string eight, seven, five and six together no pedals, move up to stretch same pattern but lower the sixth string, up a half tone, same pattern with the A&F, move up to the four chord position same pattern, no pedals, move up to the pedal down position and play the single string stuff. I think you connect them all by hitting the 8th string before you slide up to the next position
How's that for a run on sentence?



Could you tab this out...?...please...?
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Adair Torres


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Post  Posted 13 Nov 2018 3:20 pm    
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John Swain wrote:
Adair, I'm very familiar with Buddy's tunes, but I've never heard of this! Are you sure you have the name right? And if so, can you add a link? JS


Sorry...George Strait Recorded this song and Buddy Emmons played the steel guitar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VxPKjNbnRY
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Jack Stanton


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Post  Posted 14 Nov 2018 5:40 am    
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Adair,
Unfortunately I'm not able to tab this week. My trusty push pull is in the capable hands of Tommy Cass for rebuild and my other guitar is on the equipment truck and I won't see it until a gig Friday. However if you go to Ernie's BuddyEmmons.com website under tabs you can find the intro for the jukebox had a 45. That should get you there. Thanks again to Ernie Renn for keeping the maestro's legacy alive
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Greg Koenig


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Post  Posted 1 Dec 2018 3:32 pm    
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Jack I've been looking at the tab for jukebox has a 45. But just can't get it to sound like buddy. Any advise can't tell if it's pick blocking or letting them ring.
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