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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 9:30 am    
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Just killing Time in these Times Confused

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB5s11ptWQ8
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Charlie McDonald


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Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 11:24 am    
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It's got the right feel for doin' nuthin'. I like it.

'I Know There'll Never Be Another You' followed that, and I liked that a lot.
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Larry Dering

 

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Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 1:20 pm    
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I like the way you think. Good way to spend time for sure. Nice work Dale. I take it your front neck is C6?
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Carl Williams


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Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 1:30 pm     Stress Relief
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Thanks Dale...appreciate the relaxing tone/melody....Carl
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 4:27 pm    
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Thanks Charlie... Glad you liked both of them... With my wife working from home, out where I might usually reside, instead now I'm spending a little more time in the Studio behind the guitar.

Larry Dering wrote:
I like the way you think. Good way to spend time for sure. Nice work Dale. I take it your front neck is C6?


Larry you put a chuckle and a smile on my face with that... thanks for the nice compliment... One day C6th will make more sense to me than it does now, and I'll spend more time on the back neck... I obviously love the C6th sounds, they just make more sense to me on the front neck.

Thanks Carl... I can't play fast so I play relaxed Wink and that guitar really does sound and play great.
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*2014 #1 Prototype Rittenberry Prestige 9x8
*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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Dennis Brion

 

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Atwater, Ohio USA
Post  Posted 26 Mar 2020 4:30 pm    
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Sweet playing Dale, great little tune!
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John Swain


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Post  Posted 27 Mar 2020 5:49 am    
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Dale really nice playing! For me having played a D10 for 45 years, those voicing on E9 are not intuitive. As for C6 they fall naturally to me. You might look up some of my "Short Tab" arrangements to see where those chords are on C6 and learn the same phrasing there. Or not! I enjoy what you do regardless. JS
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 27 Mar 2020 6:17 am    
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Thank you Dennis

John Swain wrote:
Dale really nice playing! For me having played a D10 for 45 years, those voicing on E9 are not intuitive. As for C6 they fall naturally to me. You might look up some of my "Short Tab" arrangements to see where those chords are on C6 and learn the same phrasing there. Or not! I enjoy what you do regardless. JS


John that's very kind of you, thank you... For me everything revolves around that 9th string... I still remember when I discovered it some 45 years ago, and it flipping a switch in my head, even though it wasn't being lowered way back then... however, since lowering it both a half and a whole as well as raising it a half, I use it entirely differently now, with more extensions with 6th and Maj7th and 13th... C6th is REALLY where I'd like to be, as the feel is different from E9th, I just never connected in the same way as I did up front, and since the E9th seems easier that where I spend most of my time. Maybe with this ADDED time with Shelter In Place stuff, I'll try to concentrate on the back neck... If you have a link to your Short Tab, I'd love to look at it, and again Thank you for your kind remarks.
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*1990 Jim Lindsey Special, Quad Original Bill Lawrence 705 PUP’s, 8x8 Gary Hogue Clone
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Steve Cattermole

 

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Post  Posted 3 Apr 2020 9:19 am    
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Great job Dale,I like every song I've heard you play.Always in tune and beautiful tone.As for C6,you should give it a try,I think you would be like a kid in a candy store,fat jazz chords everywhere.Check out Herb Steiner's C6 essay,he shows what chords he gets with the different pedals and knee levers and combinations.It was a huge help when I started on C6.If I played E9 like you I might have never taken up C6,but I'm glad I did....Have fun, Steve Catt
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 3 Apr 2020 12:36 pm    
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Steve Cattermole wrote:
Great job Dale,I like every song I've heard you play.Always in tune and beautiful tone.As for C6,you should give it a try,I think you would be like a kid in a candy store,fat jazz chords everywhere.Check out Herb Steiner's C6 essay,he shows what chords he gets with the different pedals and knee levers and combinations.It was a huge help when I started on C6.If I played E9 like you I might have never taken up C6,but I'm glad I did....Have fun, Steve Catt

WOW Steve... you made my day... I haven't made sense of C6th YET... but lately am trying to spend more time with it... it REALLY is where I'd like to be playing... hopefully one day it will make more sense and I'll be able to find all those chords that seem easier for me to find on E9th... Thanks again for your kind words.
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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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John Swain


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Post  Posted 5 Apr 2020 7:28 am     Short Tab "On a Clear Day"
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Dale ,my system tells you what fret/ pedal combo is used to get the chord voicing. C6 pedals 5-8 ,and knee levers named by open string note. Ei: 7/56 Bb would be 7th fret, pedals 5+6 and A raised to Bb. I hope you can use this in learning C6. Use Search to find a dozen other Short Tabs!
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Dale Rottacker


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Post  Posted 6 Apr 2020 7:18 am     Re: Short Tab
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John Swain wrote:
Dale ,my system tells you what fret/ pedal combo is used to get the chord voicing. C6 pedals 5-8 ,and knee levers named by open string note. Ei: 7/56 Bb would be 7th fret, pedals 5+6 and A raised to Bb. I hope you can use this in learning C6. Use Search to find a dozen other Short Tabs!

John, because I'm SLOW... those Chords are achieved if you just Grab a handful of Strings, not any specific strings?
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*2018 Purple/Black MSA S-10 Legend XL Signature 5x7
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*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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John Swain


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Newberry,SC
Post  Posted 6 Apr 2020 9:04 am    
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Pretty much all the notes in each position will be in harmony. The melody will usually be in there and often move with the kls. C6 with D on first string. Try it,your ear will guide you!
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