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Dick Chapple Sr


From:
Hardin Montana, USA
Post Posted 4 Feb 2015 11:25 am     Reply with quote

Jack thank you so much. another great old gem and as always another quality tab layout.
Just printed it off and will play it after lunch.
Dick Smile Very Happy Smile
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Steve Atwood


From:
Massachusetts, USA
Post Posted 18 Feb 2015 6:12 pm     sliding to Sor Reply with quote

Tab:

Fernando Sor, Andante, op. 45 no. 3
tab by Steven E. Atwood

video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voN_faLv3vA&feature=youtu.be

part 1:

E  --------------------------------
B  ------------6-----------3-1---0-
G# ----8---------6-----8-1---------
E  ------8---3-----------1-----0-1-
B  8-8-----8-0-----8-8-------------
E  --8---------------8-------------

E  ------------1---0-0---------
B  --------------------3-----1-
G# ----8---------1-------1-----
E  3-----8---3-------1-----1-0-
B  --8-----8-0-----------------
E  --8-------------------------

repeat part 1

part 2:

E  ------------------1-------------
B  ----6-----------8---0---1-1030--
G# ------6-----8-----1---6---------
E  3-3-----------8-----3---0-1---3-
B  --0-----8-8-----------6---------
E  ----------8---------------------

E  ----------0-1-3-------------
B  ------1-3---------------301-
G# ------------------1-9-------
E  3-1-3-0-------0-3-1-------0-
B  0-------0-1-3---------8-----
E  --1-3-----------------------

repeat part 2
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Dick Chapple Sr


From:
Hardin Montana, USA
Post Posted 18 Feb 2015 8:39 pm     Andante Reply with quote

Thanks Steve for this tab and video.
Some tricky bar movements in there and some reverse slants. Excellent video to observe hand and bar moves.
What kind of bar and what size of bar are you using to play this?
Dick
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Steve Atwood


From:
Massachusetts, USA
Post Posted 19 Feb 2015 3:59 pm     Reply with quote

Dick, That's a Tribotone bar, 3" x 7/8. Expensive, but very quiet on the strings, and durable. Glad you enjoyed the video. That 3-fret 5-string reverse slant is tough - I need to practice that one a lot more.
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Billy Mostyn


From:
Queensland, Australia
Post Posted 21 Feb 2015 10:30 pm     Does Anyone Play "Whiter Shade Of Pale" ? Reply with quote

Hi guys.
I heard a guy playing Whiter Shade of Pale on lead guitar as an instrumental and straight away I thought this would sound "haunting" for want of a better word and great on steel guitar. Hoping someone here plays it and maybe has TAB to it. C6 tuning would be ideal.

Billy
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Allen Hutchison


From:
Kilcoy, Qld, Australia
Post Posted 22 Feb 2015 1:47 pm     tab Reply with quote

G'day Billy, I'd like that also.
Here's a couple of links you may be interested in, if you haven't seen them already.
Cheers, Allen.

http://brissteelguitar.com/
http://www.steelguitardownunder.com/

If you're near Brizvegas, drop in to the Brisbane club sometime.
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Billy Mostyn


From:
Queensland, Australia
Post Posted 22 Feb 2015 6:18 pm     Reply with quote

Will do mate. Have been wanting to get there for awhile now but business matters and wife's ill health has stopped me from getting there. Hope it's not too long before I can get there. Looking forward to catching up with Jeff Spencer, yourself and other friends that attend. Take care mate.
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Jack Gentle Jr


From:
Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 5 Mar 2015 11:13 am     Begin the Beguine Reply with quote

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Dick Chapple Sr


From:
Hardin Montana, USA
Post Posted 5 Mar 2015 12:36 pm     Begin the Beguine Reply with quote

Yahoo. Another excellent choice. I've printed it off and chompin' at the bit to try it.
Jack, your contributions to this site for us to enjoy is terrific.


Steve, thanks for the info. I think that I have come as close as I can get to a great bar and that's Michael Hillman's powder coated bars. I am using his latest right now, 7/8 x 3 and they are wonderful.
Very Happy Very Happy
Dick
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Jack Gentle Jr


From:
Tennessee, USA
Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 5:56 am     Just As I Am Reply with quote

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Alex Shi


From:
Taiwan
Post Posted 22 Mar 2015 2:32 pm     Reply with quote

Beautiful,love the old hymns. Thanks a ton!
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Jeff Garden


From:
Center Sandwich, New Hampshire, USA
Post Posted 8 Jul 2015 4:57 am     The Boxer - Jerry Douglas Dobro Break Reply with quote

I didn't see that anyone has tabbed this out yet so here's a mortal's attempt at a Jerry Douglas Dobro break (standard Dobro G tuning). I took it off Jerry's "Traveler" CD. The song is a cover of Simon and Garfunkel's "The Boxer" by Mumford & Sons with Jerry Douglas and Paul Simon.

Here it is on youtube, the break starts at 2:05

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQpUs1qNxMM

Enjoy and corrections are always welcome.
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Annie Shupert


From:
California, USA
Post Posted 8 Nov 2015 11:54 am     A Maqjor,6 String also e7th Tablature & notes Reply with quote

Large print my guitar is a 1946 Supro double 6
I am 83years old and have always loved country western,
Hawaiian and gospel. I learned lead instrument only, would like to learn back up also.

Thanks
Annie Shupert


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Doug Beaumier


From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 22 Nov 2015 3:24 pm     Reply with quote

A couple of players have asked me about the X-slant that I play in my video of "Send Me the Pillow", on the intro of the song. I thought it would be useful to post the tab here as it might be of interest to forum members.

For an X-slant you spin the bar from either a forward slant to a reverse slant or from a reverse slant to a forward slant.

Here's the video. The X-slant happens in the intro ----> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GO2Tf8KLJ14
By the way, I am not responsible for the commercial that plays before the video. YouTube sticks that in there and I have no control over that.

Tab:

             A             E7               A                E7
                           reverse           
    slide                  slant          X-slant   
E---2--4--|--5------------|-----4-------4--|--5-------------|------------
C---------|-----4------4--|----------------|----------------|--------4---
A---------|-------4-------|--5---------5---|--4-------------|------------
G---------|---------------|----------------|----------------|------4-----
E---------|---------------|----------------|----------------|----4-------
C---------|---------------|----------------|----------------|--4---------


I came up with the slant by ear after a few minutes of playing along with the track, not by analyzing the theory, but if you're interested in the theory, here's what's happening:

The song is in the key of A and the Intro has the following chords: A E7 A E7

The reverse slant has the notes G# and D. Those two notes are in the E7 chord, the 3rd tone and the 7b.

The X-slant resolves to A and C#, the root and 3rd of the A chord.
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Doug Clark


From:
Maine, USA
Post Posted 24 Nov 2015 7:10 pm     Reply with quote

I can't seem to access any of Jack Gentle's tabs; they all come up "404." Sad
Oh, well; maybe the tab books I have will provide enough Christmas songs for me to work on over the next few weeks.

Doug Beaumier wrote:
Here's the video. The X-slant happens in the intro . . .
Good one!

Quote:
By the way, I am not responsible for the commercial that plays before the video. YouTube sticks that in there and I have no control over that.
I don't think I've ever seen a commercial on YouTube, maybe because I've used Adblock Plus for so long. No, I don't miss 'em in the least. Mr. Green

"Send Me the Pillow" was so good, I stuck around and listened to "Ghost Riders," too. Both were at 233,000+ Likes when I was there. Cool
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Doug Beaumier


From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 28 Nov 2015 1:15 pm     Reply with quote

Here's an EZ single note arrangement I put together for my lap steel students. Most of it is played on the open strings. For the single notes, tip the bar up and use the nose of the bar. The Ending is played in natural harmonics... touch the strings with the edge of the LEFT hand at the frets indicated.

AUDIO ----> https://soundcloud.com/doug-beaumier/we-wish-you-a-merry-christmas-demo-lap-steel-guitar



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Doug Beaumier


From:
Northampton, MA
Post Posted 9 Dec 2015 8:04 pm     Reply with quote

Here's an EZ C6 lap steel arrangement of Silent Night. No audio for this one. Audio not needed . Everybody knows this one. Enjoy!


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Alex Shi


From:
Taiwan
Post Posted 10 Dec 2015 5:56 am     Reply with quote

Thank you, that's nice and easy playing.
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Jim Wilmoth


From:
California, USA
Post Posted 14 Dec 2015 12:12 am     Reply with quote

Fun. Thanks Doug.
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Joe Breeden


From:
Virginia, USA
Post Posted 8 Jan 2016 5:59 pm     Keep it up Reply with quote

Thanks to all who post these tabs here. Please keep it up.
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Jeff Garden


From:
Center Sandwich, New Hampshire, USA
Post Posted 6 Feb 2016 6:11 pm     Reply with quote

Here's my shot at Jerry Douglas' Dobro Intro on the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's version of "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere". It's off their "Will The Circle Be Unbroken - Volume 2" CD
Here it is on youtube, intro starts at 0:20:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwetPaL9ND0

Corrections and slicker ways to play things always welcome. Enjoy!

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Miles Lang


From:
Rincon Beach, California, USA
Post Posted 10 Mar 2016 12:56 pm     Re: An advanced version of Blue Hawaii Reply with quote

basilh wrote:
For advanced or adventurous players.





I like this arrangement an awful lot, Basil. Thanks Smile
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Dennis Montgomery


From:
Western Washington
Post Posted 23 May 2016 8:34 am     Reply with quote

Posted these on the regular tab forum before I saw this non-pedal sticky. Recently took a detour from learning pedal steel to custom build an 8 string console steel in C6 and start learning. Here's my first 2 transcriptions.

1) Jerry Garcia - Ship of Fools Solo (not originally a slide solo but just sounds so nice in C6)



2) Mick Taylor/Rolling Stones - Dead Flowers Solo (may or may not have been slide on the studio version...tough to tell)



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Paul Honeycutt


From:
Colorado, USA
Post Posted 28 Sep 2016 8:51 pm     Reply with quote

I'm looking for TAB for David Lindley's song "Tiki Torches at Twilight" for open D tuning (I think that's what he uses on that, Weissenborn).

BTW, Thanks to everyone sharing C6 TAB's. That's what I need to work on right now and these are helping a lot.
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Mike Marsh


From:
Florida, USA
Post Posted 10 Jan 2017 11:33 am     Any David Lindley Jackson Browne TAB??? Reply with quote

I've been looking, but it seems not Crying or Very sad Mike
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