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Nathan Guilford


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Post  Posted 21 Oct 2019 8:29 am    
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I've seen the video.

https://msapedalsteels.com/tour-pro-legend-ten-six

But what is it? Pedal steel and dobro together?
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Patrick Thornhill


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Post  Posted 21 Oct 2019 1:18 pm    
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Judging by the top video on the MSA page it appears to a 6 string steel (probably with a 25-ish inch scale length) with dual humbuckers (probably hot swappable like their other guitars) and maybe with the possibility of adding up to four more strings a là their Superslide guitar.

Veddddyyyy interesting.....
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Johnny Cox


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Post  Posted 21 Oct 2019 5:34 pm    
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It's actually going to be a 10/6. The front neck is normal E9th with pedals. The back is a non-pedal neck with either a lap steel or dobro tuning. It will have multiple pickups for kap steel and dobro sounds. This is a project of MSA and Travis Toy.
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Bob Carlucci


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Candor, New York, USA
Post  Posted 21 Oct 2019 7:00 pm    
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Johnny Cox wrote:
It's actually going to be a 10/6. The front neck is normal E9th with pedals. The back is a non-pedal neck with either a lap steel or dobro tuning. It will have multiple pickups for kap steel and dobro sounds. This is a project of MSA and Travis Toy.

So in that audio clip, it was the six string neck we were hearing? If so, it REALLY sounded like a Dobro.. How was that tone accomplished with a solid body, no resonator, and magnetic pickups??.. bob
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Jeremy Threlfall


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Post  Posted 21 Oct 2019 8:16 pm    
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It DID sound convincingly authentic. I found those videos to be frustratingly uninformative, except for that fabulous little downward-going trill at 0:21 on the Travis T video. THAT was informative
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Dick Wood


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Post  Posted 22 Oct 2019 5:51 am    
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These are teaser videos of a new guitar that will be coming out soon. Hang in there and we'll see the results when they're ready to release it. It sounds like a great new product from what I heard.
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