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Jeff Garden


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Post  Posted 12 Apr 2019 2:48 pm    
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Here's a look at Vince Gill's song "Ridin' The Rodeo" from the album "When I Call Your Name". Vintage Paul Franklin steel from 1989. There's no steel break in this but for folks looking for steel fill ideas at the end of lines there's almost 20 here to keep you busy. Lots of nice swingy C6 sounds on E9. My friend Alex Rehfeld (all the way from Germany!) and I teamed up on this one. Hope it's close to what Paul actually played - this is our best effort. I'm sure it 's close enough to fake it in a noisy bar Smile
Questions, comments, and corrections always welcome. Here it is on youtube:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXWuu3j6RKA









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Alexander Rehfeld


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Post  Posted 12 Apr 2019 11:38 pm    
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That was fun, thank you so much my friend Very Happy !
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Richard Nelson


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Post  Posted 13 Apr 2019 7:30 am    
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Sorry but I think the first one is this.

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Alexander Rehfeld


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Post  Posted 13 Apr 2019 9:18 am    
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Richard,

We’ve discussed both alternatives. What would be the benefit to walk up three frets instead of just easily dropping down two frets and than squeeze the B + C pedal? The last option feels more comfortable and punchy to me Smile. In my opinion it remains a matter of taste which alternative you choose.

Alex
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John Sluszny


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Post  Posted 13 Apr 2019 10:18 am    
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Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Richard Nelson


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Post  Posted 15 Apr 2019 3:09 am    
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It’s a different sound when you move 2 strings.
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George Biner


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Post  Posted 1 May 2019 7:46 am    
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This is great stuff, thanks for posting it.
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dlayne


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Post  Posted 1 May 2019 7:54 pm     Tab
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It don’t get any better!!! Thanks a Bunch
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