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Re: National Reso-Phonic - Show Us Yours and Discuss! (reply)
This isn't a Nat Res (I've also got two of those, an Estralita and a 1932 Style O), but some might find it interesting:It is a  Beltona with a brass body with extreme cutaway - I can easily reach the 24th fret with a slide. I ordered in...
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Tony Done

09/01/14 2:51 AM
Re: National Reso-Phonic - Show Us Yours and Discuss! (reply)
1934 Style O  Variation 5.
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Pundolo

08/31/14 5:43 AM
Re: National Reso-Phonic - Show Us Yours and Discuss! (reply)
One of the last 12 fret Style O guitars from 1934. Variation 5.
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Pundolo

08/30/14 6:59 PM
Re: NGD Lap Steel ! (reply)
Congrats on your lap steel, looks really nice.Not sure if I found this here or another forum, but here is a site that may interest you (8 string content). www.sierrasteels.com/lessons/lap-lessons.html
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tom2caster

08/28/14 12:30 AM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Jim Behnke wrote: "Landreth calls his pedalboard "the runway." It's set up so it can be folded and put into a suitcase for easy traveling. He has a larger pedalboard for other tour with a Voodoo Lab switching system. This pedalboard has...
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Tony Done

08/21/14 11:21 PM
Re: National Reso-Phonic - Show Us Yours and Discuss! (reply)
I wanted to update my post: here's my 1930 style 0. Copper top and sides, brass back, steel coverplate ! A great mix, it comes from the interesting batch of early style 0 ( S 550 - S 900).Great Neck reset and set up by Fine Resophonic...
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Lionel

08/21/14 9:48 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
"Landreth calls his pedalboard "the runway." It's set up so it can be folded and put into a suitcase for easy traveling. He has a larger pedalboard for other tour with a Voodoo Lab switching system. This pedalboard has a Boss TU-2...
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Jim Behnke

08/17/14 3:52 AM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Sonny is my favorite electric slide player, too. I chatted with him when I covered the most recent Crossroads Festival for Fretboard Journal. He's as articulate and charming an interviewee as I've met.
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John Thomas

08/15/14 7:51 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Thanks guys. Jim, at least you agree with me that it is some kind of distortion. - The live recording might be softening its edge a bit compared with what you would hear if you were playing it.Jeff, I've checked that site, and it doesn't...
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Tony Done

08/15/14 1:39 AM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Great site, thanks for heads-up, Jeff!
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Jim Behnke

08/14/14 6:03 AM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Guys, There is a website called 'Premier Guitar' that has video 'Rig Rundowns' with many noted players. There is an excellent one featuring Sonny Landreth going through his guitars, amps & pedals..probably everything you want to...
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jeff mercer

08/13/14 11:30 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
He's definitely using distortion IMHO. I believe he uses Demeter pre-&-pwr amp but dunno what else.
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Jim Behnke

08/13/14 8:24 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Jim Behnke wrote:I walked by the stage front before he played, couldn't see much of his pedalboard. Seemed a pretty full array tho'. Nobody sounds like Sonny when he's doing his slide thing, but he sometimes drifted into what I'd...
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Tony Done

08/12/14 9:31 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
I walked by the stage front before he played, couldn't see much of his pedalboard. Seemed a pretty full array tho'. Nobody sounds like Sonny when he's doing his slide thing, but he sometimes drifted into what I'd describe as the Eric...
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Jim Behnke

08/12/14 8:18 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
Metropro wrote:I've been wowed by Cindy Cashdollar's playing for sometime. I can remember hearing her play back-up on some song on the radio then tracking down the credits for the song to find out who she was. Clever name, too.It is...
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Tony Done

08/12/14 6:52 PM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
I've been wowed by Cindy Cashdollar's playing for sometime. I can remember hearing her play back-up on some song on the radio then tracking down the credits for the song to find out who she was. Clever name, too. Chris
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Metropro

08/12/14 2:56 AM
Re: Sonny Landreth (reply)
My favourite electric slide player by a good margin. Those harmonic tricks are terrific. And since you brought it up, I've been trying for years to figure out how he gets the tone on this. I've asked many times on Usenet, but the answers...
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Tony Done

08/09/14 11:52 PM
Sonny Landreth (topic)
Frettin' behind the slide, tearin' it up as I type this. Heard his music a lot but nothin' compared to what he does live! !!!!!
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Jim Behnke

08/09/14 1:45 AM
Re: National Reso-Phonic - Show Us Yours and Discuss! (reply)
1932 Duolian / 1933 Style 1 / 1935 Duolian.
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Pundolo

07/20/14 6:43 PM

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