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    yeah, I hear ya ! I don't play ( I know 4 chords) but I can imagine ! The underside of a pedal guitar looks like the throttle linkage for an eight carburetor Ferrari or somethin' ! I might try out a National or a Dobro or a lap steel one day. Did'ya get a ShoBud ??

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    i got a cheapo recording king...it's actually well-built...mahogany...with a nice p90-like pup...it has some nice tones when the operator aint fkn up;)

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    Keep at it !!!

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    Pedal with a Mother theme !


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    Going in a very different style direction from the rest of this thread, I've always liked what
    Steve Howe could do with a pedal steel.
    cristo

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    going to see howe with yes in july...front row ctr stage!...i really like david gilmour's slide work, too

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    This one makes my little hairs stand up !


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    thats a good one....dire wolf is fun too

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    some beautiful psg from buddy cage
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    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike View Post
    thats a good one....dire wolf is fun too
    Come On In !!!

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    Check this artist out !! (the first one )

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    No pedals but sweet nonetheless !



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    Another pedal-less string bender !


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    Absolutley correct about Tesla, amazing brain on him. Edison not even close.

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    Barry Sless (now playing w/ MoonAlice) is awesome on the pedal steel. He has played with Phil Lesh, New Riders, etc.
    I was lucky enough to watch him many times at a local bar back in the 80's.
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    well, i've practicing my new lap steel for a few weeks now....i'm a lot more comfortable! not quite ready for gigs tho:) tuning is highly critically important! i bought my 1st tuner, in over 30 yrs of playing guitar...the right tuning takes the lap steel from sounding like a dying piglet to something more familiar for blues fans...it's a lotta fun!


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    Quote Originally Posted by sda2mike View Post
    well, i've practicing my new lap steel for a few weeks now....i'm a lot more comfortable! not quite ready for gigs tho:) tuning is highly critically important! i bought my 1st tuner, in over 30 yrs of playing guitar...the right tuning takes the lap steel from sounding like a dying piglet to something more familiar for blues fans...it's a lotta fun!


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    Korg ?? I might get this one, just for the hallibut ! Cheap enough to karma if I find I am, afterall, without aptitude for the thing ! One musician with 50yrs. playing time gave it an incredible review ! 100 bucks, shipped, why not ?!?
    http://www.musiciansfriend.com/folk-...13453000047000


    And maybe this amp.-http://www.musiciansfriend.com/amplifiers-effects/fender-g-dec-3-thirty-30w-1x10-guitar-combo-amp
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    yeah..i was looking @ that one too...i went with the recording king..it's solid mahogany...came with a slide and other stuff as well..either one is a great place to start, me thinks..the tuner i bought is the korg..cs1?? i forget..it was 12 bux...my guitar was only slight sharp..you'll really need it for the lap steel tho..BIG difference!


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    This result on Google surprised me when I was lookin for an electronic tuning "box" for purchase !

    https://www.google.com/#hl=en&gs_nf=...w=1239&bih=623

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    Somebody needs to make steel guitars with this technology !!!!!!!!!!!


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    Rusty Young playing his PSG through a Leslie Speaker along with some tasty lap steel.


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    Crispy !!


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    For Mike.


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    that's cool! timeless

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    Heather's comment.


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    This is the new Jerry Douglas album which I highly recommend. Some great lap steel.


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    Short but good steel break on this toe tapper.


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    Double post......

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    PPL !


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