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Rick Jackson


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Carson City, Nevada
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 6:38 am    
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Thanks to Kittra Moore, wife of Bob Moore for this great photo....
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Rick Jackson


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Carson City, Nevada
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 6:41 am    
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Looks like Owen Bradley on piano, Bob Moore on bass, drummer?, banjo?, fiddle?, Tommy Jackson fiddle, Conductor?, Grady Martin guitar and Bud Isaacs steel guitar...
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Floyd Lowery


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Deland, Florida, USA
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 7:34 am    
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The fiddle player on the far right looks a lot like my uncle Billy Tucker.
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Joe Krumel


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Nashville,TN.
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 7:52 am    
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Harold Bradley on banjo?
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Dick Wood


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Springtown Texas, USA
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 7:57 am    
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Wonder why Bud put his volume pedal where it is? Looks uncomfortable.
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Joe Krumel


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Nashville,TN.
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 7:59 am    
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Buddy Harman drummer?
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Mike Bacciarini


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San Luis Obispo, California
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 8:26 am    
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Volume pedal is placed so the guitar player can turn Bud down if he steps on his solo.
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Larry Petree


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Bakersfield. Ca. USA
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 8:34 am     volume pedal
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Many of us Bigsby players had to put the volume pedal outside the RR leg. Main reason, the steels were very low, and the volume pedals was too high. When you are tall, you have to make do the best you can, and it worked for many of us. You sure couldn't use both feet on the pedals. Also we had not heard of knee levers back then.
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Rick Jackson


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Carson City, Nevada
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 9:26 am    
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Joe Krumel, I believe you are right about it being Harold Bradley and Buddy Harman...

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Dick Wood


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Springtown Texas, USA
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 9:35 am    
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LOL Mike,sounds reasonable as does Larry's comment.
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Roy McKinney


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Ontario, OR
Post  Posted 6 Sep 2019 9:45 am    
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My first Sierra D10-9P s/n 015 was the same way. VP had to set outside, no room under the cab.
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