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basilh


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Post Posted 30 May 2010 11:47 am     Reply with quote

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Guy Cundell


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Post Posted 19 Jul 2010 5:22 pm     Midnight In Moscow Reply with quote

A fun tune for high G. I like pairing this with "Minor Swing" in a medley.
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Ron Davis


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Post Posted 25 Sep 2010 9:29 am     ! Reply with quote

This thread is so cool...!
i was just gonna post a thread looking for this stuff. I just got a little 6 string lap.
AWESOME...!

I love this forum. Smile

Y'all are great.
Thanx!
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Kenneth Caine


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Post Posted 28 Nov 2010 7:57 am     Reply with quote

Since there has not been anything posted for awhile I decided to post this Christmas Hymn that I have tabbed out for C6. This is my first tab post, sorry if the quality is not there, being hand written. Took it from the LDS hymnbook and it does not have any chords.

I have included the piano notes even though these are not all used. In order to keep the tablature section 'pure' post any comments, critiques and the like to the non-pedal section of the forum.


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Don McClellan


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Post Posted 1 Dec 2010 5:26 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Ricky, This is a treasure chest. Thank you very much. Sorry you never made it out to Maui to see the place and its many (expensive) golf courses. I've moved away from Hawaii as of 3 weeks ago and I'm in Thailand now. Quite a difference. Keep up the good work. Don
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Kenneth Caine


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Post Posted 5 Dec 2010 9:30 am     Reply with quote

Away in a Manger for C6 Lap Steel.


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Jan Dunn


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Post Posted 16 Feb 2011 12:14 pm     C6 Lap steel Tab Request-Bridal March Reply with quote

My daughter is gettig married in September and I'd like to play Wagner's Wedding March (Here comes the Bride) for her. Gotta find tab before I can attempt to learn it ! anyone have a suggestion?
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Bill Brunt


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Texas, USA
Post Posted 14 Mar 2011 11:29 pm     Classic: Easy Loving Reply with quote

Someone would be a hero if they tabbed this one out for Lap Steel Very Happy

short pedal steel solo in the middle.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzRhrBCHiBU

...not that I'd be able to play it yet, though my wife says my songs are almost beginning to sound like music.
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Frank Freniere


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Post Posted 10 Jul 2011 12:41 pm     E9: Don Davis steel solo Reply with quote

Look, Ma - no pedals!

Don Davis steel solo from George Morgan’s “Room Full Of Roses” (1949).

CLICK HERE for the audio. Don was posting for a short while on the Forum last year then disappeared.




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Steve Ahola


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Concord, California
Post Posted 14 Aug 2011 8:44 pm     Re: E9: Don Davis steel solo Reply with quote

Frank Freniere wrote:
Look, Ma - no pedals!

Don Davis steel solo from George Morgan’s “Room Full Of Roses” (1949).


It looks like the tuning for the top 7 notes goes like this (hi to lo):

E C# G# E B G# F#

Am I close? That solo sounds great. You can tell that he is the one who played the solo on Hank's "Wedding Bells". Thanks for the tab!

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Frank Freniere


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Post Posted 17 Aug 2011 8:42 am     Reply with quote

Hi Steve -

I just used the "standard" 10-string E9 tuning sans pedals. FF.
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Steve Atwood


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Post Posted 15 Oct 2011 7:51 am     Reply with quote

With all the threads about slants lately, this tab and video might be of interest. I took the melody from a study by 19th century classical guitarist Fernando Sor and added a bass line to it to include 20 different slants. Forward and reverse, but all two-strings only. Sort of an intermediate "slants workout". It's not a very good demonstration of technique, like Mike Neer's, but might be a good practice exercise if you like classical guitar music.

Tab:

FERNANDO SOR Study, opus 31 no. 20, E tuning

(Sor's melody, bass line and tab by Steven E. Atwood)

video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1-pGPQCdjf0

(1)

E  0-0-0-8-7-5-4-1-0-----------0---
B  ------------------------3-4-----
G# ------8-6-4-3-1-0-6-4-5---------
E  --------------------------------
B  ------------------6-5-4-3-2-1-0-
E  5-4-5---------------------------

(2)

E  0-0-0-8-7-5-4-3-2-1-0-----------
B  ----------------------3-1-0-----
G# ------8-6-4-3-0-1---------------
E  ------------------0-1-------5---
B  ----------------------0-1-------
E  5-4-5---------------------4-5---

Repeat 1 and 2

(3)

E  3-4-5-3-1-2-3-1-0-0-0-0-0---0-
B  -------------------------313--
G# 4-3-------------------------0-
E  ----5---1-0-------------------
B  ------------3-----------------
E  ----------------5-4-3-2-1-----

E  --0-0-0-8-7-------------
B  --------------8-109-1210
G# 4-3-6-4-8-6-138-9-8-----
E  ------------13------108-

E  0-0-0-0-5-4-7-5-3-2-1-0-
B  0-1-0-1-0---0---0-1-0-1-3-1-0-1-
G# ----------4---4---------3---3-1-

(4)

E  --4-5-----------0-0-0-0-0---0-
B  8-0---8-6-7-8-6-0-1------313--
G# --------6-----------0-1-----0-
E  8---5-----8-7-----------1-----

E  --0-0-0-8-7-5-3-1-0-----
B  --------------------3-1-
G# --------8-6-4-3-----3-1-
E  1-0---------------------
B  ----3-1-----------------
                                 tr.
E  0-0-0-0-5-------3-2-1-0---------
B  ----------9-1210--------3---0---
G# --------------------------4-0-1-
E  --------------------0-1-2-3-----
B  ----------0-----2-3-------------
E  0-2-4-5-6-----8-----------------




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Steve Atwood


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Massachusetts, USA
Post Posted 3 Jan 2012 5:24 pm     Reply with quote

Tab:

ROSE ROOM Benny Goodman Sextet

Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4H7M2YFK0s

Guitar solo sheet music: http://home.roadrunner.com/~valdes/Xcripts/Rose1.gif

Charlie Christian guitar solo tab by Steven E. Atwood

E  ------8-------8-------8-6-8-6-4-
C  --7-8-----7-8-----7-8-----------4-----3-----------8-
A  8-------8-------8-----------------4-3---4---3-6-8-
G  ------------------------------------------3-

C#

E  6---4---------------------6-
C  ------3-----------------6---6-
A  --------3-----------3-6-------6-5-4-4-4-
G  ----------3-2-1-1-1-

C#

E  6-5-4-
C  ------4-
A  --------4-1-
G  ------------1-0-
E  ----------------2-1-0---0-
C# --------------------------2-

E  ----108-----108
C  -------79------9
A  ---10-----810---8
G  --8------8-------7543
E  -8
C# 8

E  --------------------------------------------------8-6-
C  12----10--10--5---3---1-------------7-8-7-------------8-4-----------8-8-
A  ----------------4-------1---------8-------8---------------4-1---3-6-
G  --12----10----------------1-0-1-7-----------8-7-6-------------1-

C#

E  --8-------8---8---------9-
C  ------10-------108--------108-
A  89--89--89--89-----8---8------8-
G  ---------------------6----------6-     
E  ----------------------------------6-
C#

E  -----------------------------------------------------------------4-
C  ----101010--101011108-----8---------------------2----------0-3-5---6-5-3-
A  ----------------10----8-----9-8------1198-----------3--------------------3-
G  6-10--------------------8-------8---------8-5-----2---1---1----------------1-1-1-5-
E  ----------------------------------811---------5-
C#
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Jana Lockaby


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Kaufman, TX
Post Posted 23 Feb 2012 1:46 pm     Help Reply with quote

Not sure if this is the right place to post this, so if not please tell me where would be best.

Does anyone know where I might find tab for Tom Morrell's "Wagon Wheels", off his CD "Juglin Cats" track 8? This is for dobro. Thanks.
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John Botofte


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Denmark
Post Posted 22 Apr 2012 4:28 am     As Time Goes By - for non-pedal C6 Reply with quote

First tab for C6-lap steel. Not perfect, but a first step...





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Frank Freniere


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Post Posted 31 Dec 2012 10:32 am     Emmons on Dobro: "Wabash Cannonball" Reply with quote

Buddy Emmons on Dobro: "The Wabash Cannonball" from the "rainbow" Steel Guitar album on Flying Fish.

Click HERE for the audio.





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Dick Chapple Sr


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Hardin Montana, USA
Post Posted 2 Feb 2013 11:18 am     Sugar Moon Reply with quote

Thanks Andy for such an extremely fast response.

I'm working on it.
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Roy Thomson


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Post Posted 9 Apr 2013 7:50 am     Reply with quote

This is Tablature for my Composition "A Byrd Has Flown" ...a tribute to Jerry Byrd. Look for the thread " A Byrd Has Flown " running currently in
Steel Players and Steel Without Pedals.
Produced with Ron Turner ClicTab Software.
Note: 8 string tuning at left of the first column
page 1....
SOUND FILE http://picosong.com/npN9








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Dick Chapple Sr


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Hardin Montana, USA
Post Posted 9 Apr 2013 11:42 am     As Time Goes By Reply with quote

Smile Thank you John for posting this song. I have been practicing it every day for the last couple months or so. It is finally begginning to sound like the song. This has been good for me because the timing has been a bit tricky as it has caused me to pay better attention to the time of each note.
If you come up with more gems to post, I'm awatchin'.
Have a great week.
Dick
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Dick Chapple Sr


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Post Posted 9 Apr 2013 11:54 am     suger Moon posted by andy in 2010 Reply with quote

It's been a year and a half since you posted Suger Moon on here Andy. Just to let you know I sure appreciate it. I have practiced that one everyday. Finally almost have it memorized. It's fun to play and sounds real nice.

Should you have any more c6th 6string tabs to post I sure would use them. Or even tabs in other 6 string tunings.
Thanks so much and have a great week.
Dick Smile Smile Smile
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David Matzenik


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Post Posted 15 Jun 2013 6:00 pm     Reply with quote

Kawohikukapulani – the Jerry Byrd video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5d9w2d6nQo

These later performances by Jerry are some of my favourites, and many forum members will be familiar with this particular video. This transcription is limited to pitches and approximate duration. I have transcribed it here using Tuxguitar. The programme is quite good for standard guitar of seven strings and it is free. While working with the audio, please bear in mind the difficulty of interpreting the steel guitar within the Tuxguitar programme.
The first nine bars were played out of meter. The values are pretty close, and I welcome any corrections or suggestions. There are several long slides, vibratos, and broad arpeggios. Variations in the speed of the slides and runs are part of the emotional feel. An absolutely accurate interpretation of Jerry’s nuanced delivery would be worthy of a PhD thesis, but that would not be nearly as much fun as giving the arrangement one’s own personal touch. A PDF is available.

PS On that first C7th chord, it is probably better to go to a double stop on the 6th fret instead of the reverse slant I indicated.

Thanks to Steve Green for the video download.








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Jim Williams


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Post Posted 31 Oct 2013 11:56 am     Beyond The Sunset C6 Lap Steel - My First Attempt Reply with quote

Here is my first attempt at finding a tune and tabbing it out. I'm putting it here as much for constructive criticism as anything else, but if it proves to be useful to beginners like me, then that's great too.



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Roy Thomson


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Post Posted 1 Nov 2013 3:32 pm     Reply with quote

Hi Jim,

I see you wrote that in the key of Eb. Not a very common key for Steel solos unless you have a horn in the band? I would transpose it to D major ( move it all down one fret) OR move it up a fret to E Major. Those are more common to Spanish guitar players who may chord along some backup for you.
I did a quick ClicTab in the key of D and you will note I divided the music up into measures. This is 4/4 time so it maintains 4 beats to the bar.
Not being critical OK....
You are doing great and I hope this helps.


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Jim Williams


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Post Posted 1 Nov 2013 7:51 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks for the comments Roy...no particular reason for the Eb, just where it sounded right with the audio track I was following. Thanks for the transpose and adding the measures.
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Stefan Robertson


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Post Posted 24 Nov 2013 10:13 am     Reply with quote

Here is my book. a complete chords and scales book so you can study it and play any genre you want.

No more guessing where chords are.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Complete-C6th-steel-Guitar-Fretboard-ebook/dp/B005BR1BPU/ref=sr_1_7?ie=UTF8&qid=1385316726&sr=8-7&keywords=stefan+robertson
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