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Thanks, Derek! That was:Sounds good to me. Love those Lindley slide solos.
What's your signal chain?
Thanks Miguel, I'll check that one out!Nice playing. I just picked up an Airline lap steel from 1960 that I'm restringing today. My other lap is an old Vega from the 40's.
Here's a live video from 1978. Lindley does a longer solo. At the end he's trading solos with Jackson Brown who's playing slide.
Thank you Fred! I have dobros, they're too hard to play. I have too much pick and bar noise when I try to record them. Need to experiment some with mic placement, I guess.nice! excellent intonation. I think you're also ready to buy a Dobro soon . . .
Thanks, Rimbaud, DL is definitely the benchmark for lapsteel in rock.
It sure is.Thanks, Steve! I had to try and take this up because finger guitar makes my hand hurt, anymore; it sure is a wide learning curve. It's hard to get those intervals right.
Steve Cunningham is a great slide player, too.Check this video out. He has a nice trick (kind of like Sonny Landreth) where he pulls the sting sideways with his little finger to raise the pitch like a pedal steel guitar.
This is a major find for me!
It's at about 1:55