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David Gram

Post  Posted 12 Dec 2018 2:52 am    
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I made a little arrangement for a counterpoint etude my friend Lyle Brewer wrote for guitar. Turns out it also works great on steel with some unconventional string groupings.


Hope you dig it!


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Frederick Krubel

Wisconsin, USA
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2018 9:02 am    
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Counterpoint on steel is so fascinating. Bobby Seymour has a counterpoint study on YouTube. I like how you played it on steel and guitar. I followed you on IG.
Mullen S-12 Extended E9; Peavey Nashville 400; Goodrich L120, John Pearse Long John Bar, Fractal Audio Systems Axe-Fx III, Peterson StroboPlus HD
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Ross Koeberl

Minneapolis, MN
Post  Posted 13 Dec 2018 4:18 pm    
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This is a wonderful little etude, thanks so much for sharing. You’ve definitely gained some followers on instagram by posting this here. Is the final note on the first line supposed to be on the fourth string instead of the fifth? Feel like that’s what i’m heating in the recording.
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David Gram

Post  Posted 14 Dec 2018 3:00 pm    
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Thanks guys! Yeah you can also play the last chord on 7th fret string 10,8,6 AB down (same inversion)
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