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Joe Krumel

 

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Post  Posted 25 May 2022 3:50 pm    
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https://youtu.be/J-k7lDWFHTI
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Steve Mueller

 

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Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
Post  Posted 25 May 2022 6:47 pm    
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Pads and fills on E9, nice non pedal single note solo on C6.
That's BE for you!
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Craig Stock


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Post  Posted 26 May 2022 3:00 am    
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That was great, he always looked like he was having so much fun, and it was effortless, I guess that's the way it looks when you're at his skill level Smile
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Dave Zirbel


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Sebastopol, CA USA
Post  Posted 26 May 2022 10:51 am    
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I like the way he sounds with a ShoBud.
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J D Sauser


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Wellington, Florida
Post  Posted 26 May 2022 9:27 pm    
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Steve Mueller wrote:
Pads and fills on E9, nice non pedal single note solo on C6.
That's BE for you!


AND not a pedal or lever touched during the solo!
Even Decades later, BE just never ceases to amaze!

... J-D.
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Dan Behringer

 

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Jerseyville, Illinois
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2022 6:52 am    
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Websters definition of SMOOTH: 1) To hit every string perfectly. 2) See: Buddy Emmons

Ok, it doesn’t say that but….it ought too!
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J D Sauser


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Wellington, Florida
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2022 7:18 am    
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Dan Behringer wrote:
Websters definition of SMOOTH: 1) To hit every string perfectly. 2) See: Buddy Emmons

Ok, it doesn’t say that but….it ought too!


You must not have the new updated edition then!

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... JD
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A Little Mental Health Warning:

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Those who produce Tablature did never use it.

I say it humorously, but I mean it.
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Joe Krumel

 

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Hermitage, Tn.
Post  Posted 10 Jun 2022 6:38 am     smooth
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JD.....Thats funny Laughing
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Joe Krumel

 

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Hermitage, Tn.
Post  Posted 10 Jun 2022 6:51 am     Buddy no pedal C6
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This solo around 3:30ish reminds me of the Roger Miller solo on Hee Haw. Sounds like no pedals to me,amazing!

https://youtu.be/DbZHIoaapmE
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Dan Behringer

 

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Jerseyville, Illinois
Post  Posted 16 Jun 2022 6:29 pm    
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I used to sit and watch my Dad play through whole songs backing a singer on Cth and never touch a pedal. It was amazing to hear the things that came out of his amp when he did this. Those guys were playing Cth before there were pedals, so they didn’t really need them.
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Joe Krumel

 

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Hermitage, Tn.
Post  Posted 17 Jun 2022 5:32 am     No pedals
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Yeah,they came from a magical time period for steel guitar for sure.
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J D Sauser


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Wellington, Florida
Post  Posted 18 Jun 2022 8:47 am    
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They played STEEL GUITAR... some with pedals hanging out from them.
This is why those who run into Steel "out of nowhere" right into E9th often just desperately dance on them peddles hoping to find a way to make the make music.

BE's approach to C6th single note improv. was declaredly "non-pedal" with some occasional C-to-B lever or some extended P7 down to "invert" the tuning (playing M7/9 out of the 7th string rooted Major6th like 7 frets higher out of the 9th string M7 position.

One of the players that completely differed in approach was Hal Rugg, who used pedals and levers extensively in his single note improvs on C6th... although I am certain, he could have reeled off his solos without changes too.

The cool thing about C6th is, that in contrast to E9th, it can be played quite extensively without pedals. Maurice Anderson... coming from 12U proved the point even in his chord vocabulary when he went non-pedal in the later phase of his career. It's in my opinion easier to learn on a fixed tuning.
E9th in contrast, is, unless one is Jerry Byrd, a tuning which almost requires to play with pedals from the very beginning.


... J-D
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A Little Mental Health Warning:

Tablature KILLS SKILLS.
The uses of Tablature is addictive and has been linked to reduced musical fertility.
Those who produce Tablature did never use it.

I say it humorously, but I mean it.


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Joe Krumel

 

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Hermitage, Tn.
Post  Posted 18 Jun 2022 12:22 pm     C6 th
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I have always loved the C6 power chord sound such as Curly. But
a seamless non pedal solo on 6th tuning is a beautiful thing for sure. wish I had studied that back neck and not just used it to rest my arms!
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Graham Bland

 

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Nashville, Tennessee, USA
Post  Posted 2 Jul 2022 8:45 am     Buddy Emmons
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There is not a day that goes by that I don’t think of Buddy Emmons “The true Master of the steel guitar “!
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