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Larry Robbins


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Post  Posted 7 Feb 2019 2:21 pm    
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Here's one from William Smile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ff3VAfyL-RQ
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Steve Cagle


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Post  Posted 7 Feb 2019 4:38 pm     Steeling
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That would be a great one to Learn....
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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 7 Feb 2019 5:05 pm    
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Steve hit it right on the head as it would be a good one to have in your war chest
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 7 Feb 2019 6:29 pm    
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This would be a great song to learn. Loads of fun!
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Rick Campbell


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Sneedville, TN, USA
Post  Posted 7 Feb 2019 7:56 pm    
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Every steel player needs to be able to play the TN Waltz. What better way to learn it than step by step from a pro instructor like William. With his videos and the written material he provides, it's easy to learn it quickly. This is important.... if you learn it the right way first, you only have to learn it once.

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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 8 Feb 2019 9:27 am     Broadcast
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Sounds good to me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Joe Cook


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Post  Posted 10 Feb 2019 11:34 am    
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I like Williams style and phrasing of his arrangements. I'm looking forward to learning this one!
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William Litaker


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Post  Posted 11 Feb 2019 11:03 am    
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Yes sir , We will begin to learn this great tune , "Tennessee Waltz" on Saturday Feb. 16th.... This will be a study you don't want to miss!

Go to pedalsteeler.com for more info....
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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 11 Feb 2019 11:19 am    
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Cool

Great!

George
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Don Kuhn


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Post  Posted 11 Feb 2019 7:54 pm    
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Good deal and Rick that is what my dad always said and yopu know he waas Right again
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Joe Cook


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 8:17 am    
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I got a whole lot out of last week's chord study. Keep on doing those William! I keep those chord studies handy and add them to my practice time.
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Parnell Flynn


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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2019 9:39 am    
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I am looking forward to learning the Tennessee Waltz, but I second Joe's comment about how useful the chord class was. Keep 'em coming William!
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Gary Hellums


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Post  Posted 16 Feb 2019 6:05 pm     Tennessee Waltz
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Gorgeous song and your arrangement makes it alive for sure! Your comment about the “declining” popularity of the pedal steel, William, is SAD 😞, but unfortunately true.
PS is not for the faint of heart or for someone who does NOT like to spend the hours of required practicing. I think the biggest contributor of dying PS interest is the lack of Qualified Instructors (as yourself). A slew of guitar instructors out there—very FEW teach steel. Lot of great PS players but not so great at teaching. This instrument has a lot of mechanics to it and requires some finesse. That’s where you come in, William. You are the one we all lean on for support to help us learn. Keep talking us through it. We love ya, Man!
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