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Joshua Yarbrough

 

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Post  Posted 6 May 2020 9:12 pm    
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I have a S14 Sierra I would like to use more. Really love C6. Any recommended additions... I do have 2 pedals and a vert to play with...
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Post  Posted 6 May 2020 10:37 pm    
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Instead of a low G, I'd put a middle D between the C and E. I'd lower it to C# on RKR instead of raising the middle C. That way, you can get the C7b9 - a very important chord.

Also, I wouldn't lower the middle C to B on RKL. You lose the CMaj7 (obviously) but also the A9 with your P6 (standard PCool.

Since you have extra pedals, you could raise your A's to B on a pedal (standard P4) instead of on the LKL half-stop. It's simpler mechanically, and the stops are more reliably in tune.

Lastly, lowering both A's messes up the Amin/Maj7 position, one that I use fairly often. I'd get rid of the lower change on LKR. Here's what I came up with. But of course, your own playing style should dictate what you do with your guitar.


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Joshua Yarbrough

 

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Post  Posted 7 May 2020 5:45 pm    
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thanks Bob. useful stuff
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Joshua Yarbrough

 

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Oklahoma, USA
Post  Posted 7 May 2020 5:50 pm    
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I've also been putting serious thought into a C6 pedal of Mr. Franklin's but no experience with it...

9: C -> ++D
10: A -> +++C
11: F -> ++++A
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Joshua Yarbrough

 

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Oklahoma, USA
Post  Posted 7 May 2020 5:54 pm    
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been studying Mr. Franklin's C6 copedent and I think I understand the LKL being a combination of the inverse of the traditional P6 in one respect while also accomplishing the boo-wah when used in tandem with his pedal 9, but his P4 is mystifying me... is it used in tandem with the CAF to DCA which is his pedal 5...?
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