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Sebastian Mรผller

 

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Berlin / Germany
Post  Posted 14 May 2022 1:54 am    
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Hello friends,

as promised, here is a new video:

As I am getting more and more into Hawaiian Swing and Swing in general there
is no real way around Django Reinhardt, his solo and rhythm playing is just
mindblowing.

Here is my attempt on I'll See you in my Dreams:






please click here---> https://youtu.be/INQnnJxRQis


The tuning I use is A Highbass (Hi to low E C#A E C# A)
Same as Dobro Tuning but one whole step up.
You'll find Tabs and Backingtracks on my website:
https://hawaiian-steel-guitar.com/tabs
Hope you like it ๐Ÿ˜Š!
Aloha
๐ŸŒด
Sebastian

direct link to Tab and Backingtracks: https://hawaiian-steel-guitar.com/product/788929
direct link to Tab only: https://hawaiian-steel-guitar.com/product/788930
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Andy Volk


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Boston, MA
Post  Posted 14 May 2022 2:46 am    
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Bravo!
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Steffen Gunter


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Post  Posted 14 May 2022 4:47 am    
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I always loved this this song and you really nailed it with your swinging interpretation!
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Jim Mckay

 

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Post  Posted 14 May 2022 8:19 pm    
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Lovely playing, a lovely old song. Smile
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Marc Muller

 

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Neptune,NJ USA
Post  Posted 15 May 2022 5:20 am    
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Swinging backing track. Nice.
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Samuel Phillippe


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Douglas Michigan, USA
Post  Posted 15 May 2022 5:47 am    
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Make me jealous.....great job Sebastian
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Ryan Matzen


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Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 15 May 2022 12:01 pm    
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I love it when you play these hot jazz tunes on your Tricone! Simply magnificent!
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Joe Cook


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Whidbey Island Washington, USA
Post  Posted 16 May 2022 1:06 am    
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Nothin' better than that! Cool
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David DeLoach


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Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 16 May 2022 3:55 am    
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Amazing as always!

I'm going to get the tab & backing track from your site. Can you let me know what gauge strings you use?

Thanks!
David
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Ryan Matzen


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Post  Posted 16 May 2022 4:23 am    
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David DeLoach wrote:
Amazing as always!

I'm going to get the tab & backing track from your site. Can you let me know what gauge strings you use?

Thanks!
David


https://hawaiian-steel-guitar.com/tunings

โ€œFor A and C#minor I use the same set of strings:

I use 16/18/22 (all plain) and 30/39/47 (wound). I order the plains as single strings (rather cheap) and use the the lowest 3 basstrings from this set:

Daddario EFT 15โ€
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Jim Kaznosky

 

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New Jersey, USA
Post  Posted 16 May 2022 6:16 am    
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That Django solo has been burned into my brain forever. There were some particularly very interesting choices made with some of the iconic licks before it becomes more of your thing. The backing track sounds authentic, as well. Yours?
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Sebastian Mรผller

 

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Berlin / Germany
Post  Posted 17 May 2022 11:39 pm    
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Thank you so much for all the nice comments, very glad you like the new video ๐Ÿ˜Š.
I record all of my backingtracks myself,in this case I was using a Gibson ES175 and a The Loar LH-600.
And thank you Ryan for jumping in regarding the string gauges. Yes, all info is on my website.

Aloha

Sebastian
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Steve Cunningham


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Atlanta, GA
Post  Posted 18 May 2022 2:05 pm    
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Masterful! Great phrases throughout, and you're always swinging your tail off!
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John Sluszny

 

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Brussels, Belgium
Post  Posted 18 May 2022 2:12 pm    
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