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Greg Cutshaw


From:
Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 27 Jan 2008 6:16 pm    
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I've started a new page on my web site for Lap Steel tab. Here's the first entry. My lap steel is tuned high to low, E C A G E C. If you're into lap steels, here a review of an economical one:


Rondo XS Lap Steel Review


Click here to see/print the Adobe .pdf file.

Click here to listen to the song.

Click here to listen to the rhythm track.









My web site featuring over 290 mostly pdf formatted tabs with sound files.

Greg
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KENNY KRUPNICK


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Grove City,Ohio
Post  Posted 27 Jan 2008 7:00 pm    
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Greg, that is a nice lookin' lap steel outfit. The bridge cover looks identical to a bridge cover on a 70's style Fender Jazz Bass,but without the "F" indentation. Is the body mohogany?
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Ali Lexa


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Los Angeles, California, USA
Post  Posted 27 Jan 2008 9:56 pm    
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Hey Greg,
Thanks for starting to post lap steel tabs! Kansas City Blues is a fun one. I look forward to more of your great tabs!
I noticed a strap button in your pictures of the Rondo. Can it be played standing up dobro style? The body looks to narrow for that.

Kenny,
According to Rondo's site it is Mahogany. And only $100! Might be worth picking one up Smile
The case looks pretty good too.

http://www.rondomusic.com/LG1na.html
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Greg Cutshaw


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Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 5:25 am    
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Ali,

I got a bunch of non pedal tabs for this! Of course they could be played on a regular pedal steel also. I've started to leave my bottom string at C# all the time and the next tab I'll post shows how cool this is.

At 6 pounds I'm not sure one could stand to have this guitar hanging off their shoulders for very long! I think someone could route a few pounds of wood off of this.

Greg
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Dave Wright


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Lathrop, Mo
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 6:00 am    
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Hey Greg.
Being A newbie on the PSG. I find myself downloading and trying to play all your song. I was wondering if you could tab this KC song for us E9ers.(If you have time of course) Thanks and keep'um coming....
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Brian Doyle


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Guisborough, Cleveland, U.K.
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 7:02 am    
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thats great
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Jim Mitchell


From:
Phily,Pennsylvania, USA
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 7:13 am     Harlin Brothers MULTI KORD
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Thanks this is great stuff for us NEWBEES in steel guitar

I picked up my MULTI KORD just to play around with
C6 is an easy begining
Some day I will get a real STEEL GUITAR

I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE YOU WHEN I GROW UP

I am now 60 and going on feable

KEEP IT COMING
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and a RONDO lap
Retired from Boeing Helicopters in Ridley Park Pa.
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Greg Cutshaw


From:
Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 7:52 am    
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Dave,

I'll put the E9th tab on my long term list for when my work slows down again. The non pedal tabs do take a lot less time because I can sit right in front of my computer with the steel while I listen and write out the tab.

Thanks for the nice comments Brian and Jim. Playing the lap steel is new to me but it's very satisfying to play without all the pedals at times. My first steel guitar was a Carvin 8 string lap steel and I gave up on it for lack of knowledge.

Greg
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David Senn


From:
Oklahoma, USA
Post  Posted 28 Jan 2008 1:25 pm    
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Thanks, Greg - this is a great boon to us newcomers to the steel, as others have noted. I'm an old coot who's trying to pick up where I left off on the steel a half-century ago and it ain't easy. Some of the few tabs available for 6 string lap steel are almost as confusing as trying to play off sheet music. Keep the good stuff coming, we neophytes appreciate you. Thanks again, Dave Smile
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Will Houston


From:
Tempe, Az
Post  Posted 29 Jan 2008 6:23 pm    
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Ya thanks Greg for all your work you do to tab this stuff out especially c6 6 string, it keeps me goin with material to learn. For that matter thanks to all the guys who tab stuff out here on the Forum. Will
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