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Steve Pawlak


From:
Arizona, USA
Post Posted 31 Jul 2013 5:27 pm     Reply with quote

I need tabs for the whole record!!
This steel guitar thing just might catch on now Wink
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 1 Aug 2013 4:45 pm     Reply with quote

I'll start the ball rollin'. Foolin' Around intro.

Tab:

1 |______________________|__________________________
2 |______________________|__________________________
3 |______________________|__3_______3B~~3~~3B~~3____
4 |___________________3__|_______3________________3_
5 |____________3~~3A_____|____3_____________________
6 |_____3B_______________|__________________________
7 |______________________|__________________________
8 |__3______3____________|__________________________
9 |______________________|__________________________
10|______________________|__________________________


Tab:

1___________________________________________________
2___________________________________________________
3___________________________________________________
4 _______3__________________________________________
5 _3___________3~~3A~~3~~3A~~3______________________
6 ____3_____3___________________3________3B_____3B__
7 _________________________________3_________3______
8 ____________________________________3_____________
9 __________________________________________________
10__________________________________________________


Tab:

1 __________________________________________________
2 __________________________________________________
3 __________________________________________________
4 __________________________________________________
5 _3A~~3____________________________________________
6 ________3B________3B______________________________
7 ____________3_____________________________________
8 _______________3__________________________________
9___________________________________________________
10__________________________________________________



Hey Ricky, I didn't know how to get it all on one line. Fix it if you want to.
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Leo Melanson


From:
Massachusetts, USA
Post Posted 2 Aug 2013 12:01 pm     Great stuff Reply with quote

I would say that if you can learn every steel lick on this record .. you have completed learning the instrument.
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 5 Aug 2013 4:25 pm     Reply with quote

Branded Man intro lick (key of G#)

Tab:

1 |__2_____________________________________
2 |________________________________________
3 |________________________________________
4 |________________________________________
5 |_____2A_________________________________
6 |_________2B~~2__________________________
7 |________________2_________2__________2__
8 |___________________2~~2D________________
9 |________________________________________
10|______________________________2~~2A_____
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 19 Aug 2013 1:24 pm     Reply with quote

This one's cool, too ...... Branded Man solo.

Tab:

1 |_____________________________________________|
2 |_____________________________________________|
3 |_____________________________________________|
4 |___________4_________________________________|
5 |__4A~4~4A____4A~2A___________________________|
6 |____________________2B~2_____________________|
7 |__________________________2_______2__________|
8 |_____________________________1~2__________4__|
9 |_____________________________________________|
10|_____________________________________2~4_____|


Tab:

1 |____________________________________|
2 |__________________4E1/2_____________|
3 |____________________________________|
4 |____________________________________|
5 |___________4~2~4_________4~2________|
6 |__4~4B________________________2B~4__|
7 |____________________________________|
8 |________4___________________________|
9 |____________________________________|
10|____________________________________|


Tab:

1 |__________________________4__________________________|
2 |_____________________________________________________|
3 |______________4_____4B~4_____________________________|
4 |__4_____4~4C_________________4D~2D________4D~4~4D~4__|
5 |_________________4__________________2A~4~~~~~~~~~~4__|
6 |_____4_______________________________________________|
7 |_____________________________________________________|
8 |_____________________________________________________|
9 |_____________________________________________________|
10|_____________________________________________________|


Tab:

1 |_____________________________________|
2 |_____________________________________|
3 |_____4__4B~4_________________________|
4 |_____4__4C~4_____4~4C__4_____________|
5 |__4______________4~4C__4__4C~4~4C~4__|
6 |____________  4___________4B~4~4B~4__|
7 |_____________________________________|
8 |_____________________________________|
9 |_____________________________________|
10|_____________________________________|
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Patrick Wall


From:
Nashville, TN
Post Posted 25 Aug 2013 5:08 pm     Reply with quote

SUCH a good record. I listened to it twice cuttin grass today and have been foolin around with some of the licks on tonight the bottle let me down. Branded man might be my favorite on the whole album
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Johan Jansen


From:
Europe
Post Posted 31 Aug 2013 9:51 am     Reply with quote

In Branded Man:

somehow I hear open strings in the intro , don't know how to post this well in tab...
Tab:

1____________________________________
2_____0___________________________________
3_0____________________________________
4_______________________________________
5_______________________________________
6________0V 1 1/2,0V1, 0
7_______________________________2__________________
8_________________________2-2E___________4______
9____________________________________________
10_________________________________2-4_________



Paul, I hope you help us out, do you use there your upperlever that raises 6th string 1 and half tone?
regards, Johan

better this way? Thanks B0b!

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b0b


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Northern California
Post Posted 31 Aug 2013 10:47 am     Reply with quote

Might be easier with the bar at the 2nd fret for the 6th string manipulations.
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Chris Tweed


From:
Cardiff, Wales, UK
Post Posted 6 Sep 2013 4:50 am     Holding Things Together Reply with quote

Just wondering if anybody has had a go at tabbing out the solo in Holding Things Together? The ascending run in the second half of the break is just sublime. If I can learn to play that, I will be a very happy man.
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 21 Sep 2013 10:24 am     Reply with quote

Ok Chris, I'll take a shot at it. I know this can't be right on. Anything that sounds that good on the recording, I can't imagine would be this simple. But it'll work. You guys with better ears feel free to bleed on it. I'd like to get it right.








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Alexander Rehfeld


From:
Lübeck, Germany
Post Posted 21 Sep 2013 12:07 pm     Reply with quote

Harold, thank you so much for another great tablature. I've spend many hours of learning from your fantastic "Bakersfield Bound" transcriptions which have given me so many great rides and tons of inspiration Very Happy !
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 24 Sep 2013 2:30 pm     Reply with quote

Found a typo. On the second page of the solo where it goes to the 18th fret, it should be the 19th fret.
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Steve Pawlak


From:
Arizona, USA
Post Posted 25 Sep 2013 5:26 am     Fightin Side Reply with quote

Anyone try Fightin Side? I really like the "run down" part of that solo.
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 25 Sep 2013 8:18 am     Reply with quote

Oh and on the first of the intro of Holdin' Things Together, it should read 9B to 9AB. Guess I oughta do a better job of proofreading before I post anything.
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Chris Tweed


From:
Cardiff, Wales, UK
Post Posted 29 Sep 2013 10:38 pm     Reply with quote

Harold, thanks so much for doing this. I wasn't expecting anyone to respond so I haven't checked the thread for a few days. This looks great. I'm going to work on it this evening. Thanks again.
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Tony Tipton


From:
Wagoner,Oklahoma, USA
Post Posted 1 Oct 2013 7:03 am     Reply with quote

Harold, thanks for taking the time to get the tab for us. It has really helped. Tony
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Harold Bullard


From:
Harrisonville, MO 64701 USA
Post Posted 2 Oct 2013 9:40 am     Reply with quote

Fellas, this'n 'bout wore my ears out.




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Steve Pawlak


From:
Arizona, USA
Post Posted 2 Oct 2013 2:54 pm     Fightin Side Reply with quote

Wow
Thank you Mr Bullard
Can't wait to get to work on it

Steve
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Tony Tipton


From:
Wagoner,Oklahoma, USA
Post Posted 2 Oct 2013 6:05 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks to Steve Pawlak for getting this thread started. Harold, you must be puttin' in some overtime to get this tab out !
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Dave Campbell


From:
Nova Scotia, Canada
Post Posted 5 Oct 2013 3:35 am     Reply with quote

as a newcomer to the pedal steel, i want to thank everyone who is taking the time to post these tabs. not only is it invaluable to be able to see what's happening in the stuff i'm hearing, but it's like christmas morning every time a new one comes up!
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Jeff Scott Brown


From:
O'Fallon Missouri, USA
Post Posted 5 Oct 2013 8:59 am     Re: Great stuff Reply with quote

Leo Melanson wrote:
I would say that if you can learn every steel lick on this record .. you have completed learning the instrument.


I think Franklin agrees that he is still learning and he knows all those licks. Wink
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Glen Derksen


From:
Alberta, Canada
Post Posted 25 Oct 2013 4:05 am     Reply with quote

Anyone who is willing to tab out 'He don't Deserve you Anymore' would make me a very happy man. Smile

This is one kicka$$ album! Paul Franklin sure nailed down that Bakersfield style!
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Daniel Policarpo


From:
Tulsa, Oklahoma
Post Posted 27 Oct 2013 2:27 pm     Reply with quote

Thanks for this thread guys, I'm just getting to the point where I can take a good stab at some of these classic moves without making the dog pee on the rug. This record rip or what!
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Glen Derksen


From:
Alberta, Canada
Post Posted 8 Nov 2013 3:03 am     Reply with quote

Please? Pretty please? If anyone has the time, it would really help me progress if I learned all that. Thanks. Cool
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Glen Derksen


From:
Alberta, Canada
Post Posted 1 Jan 2014 10:56 pm     Reply with quote

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