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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 22 Jan 2015 5:18 pm    
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RC Antolina wrote:
Dan... Thought you'd like to know my Bud's on it's way back home. Should be here early next week.


That's awesome RC! With the kind of guys you got behind the parts and know-how, you got quite the steel coming back. Any chance for pictures when you get her back?
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RC Antolina


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Post  Posted 22 Jan 2015 5:20 pm    
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Sure Dan. I'll post some next week.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 23 Jan 2015 5:11 pm     Broadcast
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Saturday fast approaching! This is a great project tune that being taught! JA
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 24 Jan 2015 8:40 am    
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Merle Haggard's classic, 'Sing Me Back Home' today on the Steel-In Techniques. This is going to be sweet!
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 25 Jan 2015 6:58 am     Session
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William another great session. We laugh some and you provided a lot of ammo to put in our trick bag. Just a good time all the way around. Great broadcast keep them coming! JA
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Joe Rouse


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Post  Posted 25 Jan 2015 7:03 am     Jan. 24 steel lesson
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Another great lesson by William. He explains the entire lesson where anyone can understand it...Thanks William....jr
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 25 Jan 2015 12:46 pm    
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Those low strings on Sing Me Back Home are not as easy to get real clean as they might sound. It takes a little doing copping that classic phrasing. Nice stuff all the way around.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 31 Jan 2015 5:55 pm     Lesson
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Another great Saturday session with the newest Sho Pro guitarist to be. Congrats on the Sho Pro guitar can't wait to here you play but I'm certain the old Emmons will be waiting in the wings if needed. JA
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 5 Feb 2015 7:45 am    
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Joey, you know William will show us plenty with that Show Pro, but there ain't no way I can see that Emmons gathering dust anytime soon. The sustain and sound from his old regular would be hard to beat.
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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 5 Feb 2015 8:46 am    
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You're right Dan, William said he would never in a million years ever get rid of the Emmons.

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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 6 Feb 2015 2:37 pm    
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You guys and gals check out the worksheet for tomorrow yet?
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 10 Feb 2015 4:31 pm     Broadcast
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Mama Tried is coming next. Can't wait!!!!
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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 13 Feb 2015 1:18 pm    
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Okay guys, it's the last verse of 'Sing Me Back Home' this week and there's a cool Hughey slide in there. Man, what a deal!


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RC Antolina


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 10:45 am    
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I went on at 12:45. At 1:30 I gave up and called it a day. My question is...

What happened?
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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 10:59 am    
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William said there were technical difficulties and he will rebroadcast shortly. No idea on what happened because signals were good on his end.


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George Buechley


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 11:33 am    
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William says the video is now up!

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William Litaker


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 11:51 am    
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I am sorry guys , this thing is good now , First time this has happened in 227 broadcasts ! Watch it now guys...
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 12:16 pm    
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Outstanding broadcast, William! That Show Pro, gotta say, it sounds killer! Nice contrast with the Emmons. Looking forward to hear what it sounds like mic'd up for one of your project series.
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RC Antolina


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Post  Posted 14 Feb 2015 12:25 pm    
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It's a good un. This guy can really play!!
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Post  Posted 15 Feb 2015 8:14 pm     Lesson
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Another great lesson. Plenty of licks to put in your sack. Sing me back home is in the books now. Its practice time now. Wonder what the next song will be?
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Joe Rouse


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Post  Posted 16 Feb 2015 3:30 am     Saturdays Lesson
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I just finished watching Williams lesson and once again a great job...the technical problems are going to happen every once in a while and after those were fixed he put out a great lesson....jr
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 19 Feb 2015 5:59 pm     Re: Lesson
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Joey Andrews wrote:
Another great lesson. Plenty of licks to put in your sack. Sing me back home is in the books now. Its practice time now. Wonder what the next song will be?


So Afraid of Losing You Again.
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Joey Andrews


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Post  Posted 23 Feb 2015 4:24 pm     Reply
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Daniel you were right, So afraid of losing you. Great song and Saturday lesson was a fine start to this song. That was well worth the price of admission!
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2015 7:11 pm     Re: Reply
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Joey Andrews wrote:
Daniel you were right, So afraid of losing you. Great song and Saturday lesson was a fine start to this song. That was well worth the price of admission!


It's like William mentioned, this song is like a chord clinic. I try to keep in mind it's not about trying to learn as many licks as possible right away, it's getting good move down that you can apply to other songs, in different keys. That is one thing about this instrument, you can learn a few things in one position, you can take it to just about all of them.
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Daniel Policarpo


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Post  Posted 25 Feb 2015 7:17 pm     Re: Reply
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Joey Andrews wrote:
Daniel you were right, So afraid of losing you. Great song and Saturday lesson was a fine start to this song. That was well worth the price of admission!


That Tommy White phrase, the Intro, and the back-up part in A we went over are worth way more than the $5 cover charge.It's like William mentioned, this song is a chord clinic.

I try to keep in mind it's not about trying to learn as many licks as possible right away, it's getting good moves down that you can apply to other songs, in different keys. That is one thing about this instrument, you can learn a few things in one position, you can take it to just about all of them.
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