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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 15 Mar 2019 1:20 pm    
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I left Dallas with some of Jody Camerons C6 on E9th material... Jody is such an incredible teacher, who explains things well, tells you the numbers and the chords which I don't always know... AND he talks slow... Anyhow I HIGHLY recommend his material to anybody wanting to learn some new ideas and positions... By now you all know how much I like the 9th string... Well there's some other stuff to look at as well... I kind of took some liberties with this and blew it in a couple places, but you'll get the idea... AND if you were in the MSA room in Dallas, you'll get the ending Winking

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UlwdiOnyR2U

Find Jody’s teaching materials here https://jodycameronpsg.com
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*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
*2016 Red/Black MSA D-10 Legend XL Signature 9x6
*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
*Black n Gray, Mullen D-10 8x7/ *Blue Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x6/ *Black Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x4
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Jim Cooley


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Post  Posted 15 Mar 2019 6:28 pm    
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Great work as usual, better ending. I was there. Travis would be proud. Laughing
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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 17 Mar 2019 9:00 am    
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Jim Cooley wrote:
Great work as usual, better ending. I was there. Travis would be proud. Laughing


Thanks Jim... Wasn’t as clean as I would have liked, but there’s SO many strings and SO many Pedals and Knee Levers, and SO much for me to remember Winking Crying or Very sad It’s hard for me to keep it all straight.

BTW... have you loaded that speaker yet?, and if so, what do you think?... I hooked up both of my 15’s to my amp, so 2 12’s and 2 15’s and it sounds yummy Whoa!
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Dale Rottacker, Steelinatune
*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
*2016 Red/Black MSA D-10 Legend XL Signature 9x6
*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
*Black n Gray, Mullen D-10 8x7/ *Blue Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x6/ *Black Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x4
*Sho-Bud Maverick 3x1/ *Fender 400
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Jim Cooley


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The 'Ville, Texas, USA
Post  Posted 17 Mar 2019 1:53 pm    
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Dale,

I finally got some time to compare the Double-T 15 to the Telonics. I sent you a PM in case my reply I was off topic.


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Carl Williams


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Oklahoma
Post  Posted 18 Mar 2019 9:21 am    
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Always enjoy hearing you pick Dale...Thanks... Carl
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Don Crowl


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Medford, Oregon, USA
Post  Posted 18 Mar 2019 9:21 am    
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lOVED YOUR SOUND & STYLE. WISH I COULD MAKE NON PEDALS COME CLOSE TO SOUNDING LIKE THAT. MAYBE SOME PLAGIARIZATION & CREATIVITY ON MY PART IS IN ORDER.
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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 18 Mar 2019 2:04 pm    
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Thanks Carl and Don, I appreciate your comments.
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*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
*2016 Red/Black MSA D-10 Legend XL Signature 9x6
*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
*Black n Gray, Mullen D-10 8x7/ *Blue Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x6/ *Black Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x4
*Sho-Bud Maverick 3x1/ *Fender 400
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bob drawbaugh


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scottsboro, al. usa
Post  Posted 27 Mar 2019 4:06 pm    
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Dale that was a great job. The ending was priceless. Laughing
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Larry Dering


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Missouri, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2019 4:53 am    
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Dale, nice work and great tone. Loved that ending.
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Steve Huddleston


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Arizona, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2019 7:56 am    
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That was great! Another thumbs up on the ending.. I’m going to steal that 😉
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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 28 Mar 2019 4:10 pm    
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Thanks Gentlemen... Thank Travis Toy for that ending... Travis used it a time or two in the MSA room and I guess its kinda burned into my mind... LOL Laughing Laughing Laughing
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*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
*2016 Red/Black MSA D-10 Legend XL Signature 9x6
*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
*Black n Gray, Mullen D-10 8x7/ *Blue Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x6/ *Black Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x4
*Sho-Bud Maverick 3x1/ *Fender 400
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bob drawbaugh


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scottsboro, al. usa
Post  Posted 30 Mar 2019 10:56 am    
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Dale, on the MSA S10 could you explane what you're doing with the Left Knee right as far as the 9th string. I Dont think I’ve ever seen that change before, It sounds cool. Also Why the duplicstion of the 6th string lower on this same knee lever.
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Dale Rottacker


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Tacoma Washington, USA
Post  Posted 2 Apr 2019 12:56 pm    
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bob drawbaugh wrote:
Dale, on the MSA S10 could you explane what you're doing with the Left Knee right as far as the 9th string. I Dont think I’ve ever seen that change before, It sounds cool. Also Why the duplicstion of the 6th string lower on this same knee lever.

You found me out Bob Laughing Laughing Laughing

I’m lowering 9 a whole, down to C, the reason I also duplicate the whole lower of 6 on the that same KL, is because I use that change with the whole lower of 9...
I can also split that with the B pedal and also lower 4 with my RKL as well...
I also hit my 5th pedal where I’m lowering 5 a whole.
There’s a lot of combinations I’m able to use there... if I were smarter theory wise, I might be able to find another way...
LKR, is very close to what you would get 2 frets below where you’d use the knee lever, by hitting strings 9765 with the A pedal...
but for me its a little harder to get that grip and the transition not as smooth...
And then I would lose all the combinations I can get with LKR...

I know it sounds pretty convoluted and sorry if I only added confusion to your question.
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Dale Rottacker, Steelinatune
*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
*2016 Red/Black MSA D-10 Legend XL Signature 9x6
*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
*Black n Gray, Mullen D-10 8x7/ *Blue Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x6/ *Black Sho-Bud Pro 3 Custom 8x4
*Sho-Bud Maverick 3x1/ *Fender 400
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bob drawbaugh


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scottsboro, al. usa
Post  Posted 5 Apr 2019 2:22 pm    
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Dale, that was clear as mud Laughing I know what you mean about theory. Had I spent more time on theory and less time on steel guitar rag I might be better off. That's a sweet change at any rate. That little MSA is a tone monster it sounds great.
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