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Greg Cutshaw

Corry, PA, USA
Post  Posted 8 Jun 2019 6:19 pm    
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They should rename this version of this tune to Beneath Steel Waters! Some tricky timing and execution here but these riffs would work great backing lots of other songs.

Steel Break only audio

Tab in pdf format

Links to the complete song audio and YouTube video are located here:


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John Sluszny

Brussels, Belgium
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2019 8:55 am    
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John McClung

Olympia WA, USA
Post  Posted 9 Jun 2019 5:14 pm    
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Thanks for working this out, Greg!

One suggestion: use more standard naming for the levers: E=Es lowered; F=Es raised; D=D#>D>C#; G=1 and 2 raised whole, half. Translates better to naming conventions most of us are used to.

I realize there really is no standard for naming Es lowered (some say E, others D) and string 1 & 2 lowering (most would call it the G lever since it's the next letter in the alphabet once D, E and F are taken. Confused
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