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    Default Killing the Blues - Resonator Guitar


    Killing the Blues by Rowland Salley played lap style in a Gretsch G9231 Steel Bodied Resonator Guitar.
    D tuning DADF#AD low to high.
    I hope you all enjoy,
    Mike

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    Very nice yet again young Mike!
    Luv n stuff, Dave

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    Thumb ups Mike! Great work. Lapsteel always remind me of Hawaiian music.
    This one has a very loud voice.

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    5 Stars from me Mike, great playing!
    All the best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by S11LKO View Post
    Very nice yet again young Mike!
    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    Thumb ups Mike! Great work. Lapsteel always remind me of Hawaiian music.
    This one has a very loud voice.
    Quote Originally Posted by Camsuke View Post
    5 Stars from me Mike, great playing!
    Thank you all for your kind comments,
    Mike

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    Killer...what great sound and playing...ethereal.
    John

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    I just caught this one Mike - a side to your playing I had not heard before! What a beautiful performance, and that reso sounds great! I have messed around with Dobro, but I never quite tamed that bar - no problem for you obviously!
    Laurence

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    Wow Mike, that was beautiful and sad at the same time. Wanted to make me dance and cry together. Absolutely wonderful, I loved it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingnutz View Post
    I just caught this one Mike - a side to your playing I had not heard before! What a beautiful performance, and that reso sounds great! I have messed around with Dobro, but I never quite tamed that bar - no problem for you obviously!
    Quote Originally Posted by DownUpDave View Post
    Wow Mike, that was beautiful and sad at the same time. Wanted to make me dance and cry together. Absolutely wonderful, I loved it.
    I just caught that you guys had replied to this thread!

    I love the sound of steel guitar. The reason I wanted to play the guitar was listening to Santo and Johnny play Sleepwalk........It was not until a long time after I started playing the guitar that I found out it was played on a Lap Steel guitar!
    It was when I had my thumb injury and I had to step back from playing Flamenco Guitar in a serious manner that I started playing the the Lap steel guitar - both acoustic and electric variations. This is where YouTube was great. I could actually find out how it was done. They are so much fun to play. In fact the reason I bought a ukulele was to accompany myself making videos with an Hawaiian feel.....................That led me to somewhere else!!!!!!

    Dave I sincerely hope that your hand makes a full recovery but if not you can come and join me on the Lap Steel adventure!

    Mike

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    Wow, that's magic, Mike!

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