Neil Flanz - Special Instruction Album (Using The E-9th Chromatic Nashville Tuning) album download
|A1||Intro In E|
|A2||Intro In A|
|A3||Intro In A|
|A4||Ending In D|
|A5||Intro In G|
|A6||Intro In E|
|A7||Finger Exercise In E|
|A8||Intro In B|
|A9||Ending In A|
|A10||Ending In C|
|A11||Ending In C|
|A12||Lick In A|
|B1||Memphis Type Vamp In C|
|B2||Intro In F (Open Strings)|
|B3||Intro In B|
|B4||Intro In D|
|B5||Intro In C|
|B6||Intro In C|
|B7||Chord Progression In C|
|B8||Intro In A|
|B9||Ending In A|
- Pedal Steel Guitar, Music By, Narrator – Neil Flanz
NotesThis version of this Lp has yellow labels.
Instructional Album #1
Contents - Chord Progressions, Hot Licks & Riffs.
LP comes with an illustrated booklet companion for this recording.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): 1069-1181X 7-13-72 GB
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): 1069-1182X 7-13-72 GB
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Pedal Steel Guitar, Music By, Narrator – Neil Flanz. This version of this Lp has yellow labels. Instructional Album Contents - Chord Progressions, Hot Licks & Riffs. LP comes with an illustrated booklet companion for this recording. Matrix, Runout (Side A etched runout): 1069-1181X 7-13-72 GB. Matrix, Runout (Side B etched runout): 1069-1182X 7-13-72 GB. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Neil Flanz is a pedal steel guitar player living in Austin, TX. He has played and toured for over 30 years with artists including Gram Parsons, Emmylou Harris, Charlie Louvin and Joe Sun. Neil was inducted into the International Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame on June 12, 2016. YouTube Encyclopedic. Neil currently lives in Austin, TX, where he plays regular shows with FingerPistol. Neil currently plays a double neck Emmons. Austin Chronicle Profile of Neil Flanz.
Neil Flanz recalls his tenure in Gram Parsons' Fallen Angels with a sheepish grin. The neatly dressed pedal steel player doesn't look like the wild sort, nor does he look like he's 67 and has been performing for nearly six decades. A native of Canada, he grew up north of Montreal, learning as a teen to play steel. After getting his green card, he moved to Nashville in the mid-Sixties, playing on the Grand Ole Opry and supporting acts like Charlie Louvin. The famous stint with Parsons came when he was invited to join the 1973 tour
E9 tuning is a common tuning for steel guitar necks of more than six strings. In particular, it is the most common tuning for the far neck on a two-neck table steel guitar or pedal steel guitar, most often combined with C6 tuning for the near neck, and also a popular tuning for single neck instruments of eight or more strings. The E9 tuning has evolved to support optimal chord and scale patterns across a single fret on the 10-string pedal steel guitar.
What Is Nashville Tuning, Anyway? Unlike open G or DADGAD, Nashville tuning isn’t an alternate tuning in the way guitarists normally use the term. The strings are still tuned E, A, D, G, B, and E. The difference is that the four lower strings are tuned up an octave from standard tuning, while the highest two-the B and high E-are left unchanged. You can therefore also look at Nashville tuning as using the octave strings from a 12-string guitar in place of the E, A, D, and G strings. To avoid confusion, we should clarify that some people refer to Nashville tuning as high-strung guitar.
Pedal Steel Guitar, Music By, Narrator – Neil Flanz.
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Using Nashville or High-strung tuning A Nashville tuned guitar sounds great played solo, but most fans of this tuning use it to accompany an existing guitar track that they have recorded. It creates a fantastic shimmering 12-string soun. ut that’s just the start. Imagine if you could separate the regular and octave strings on a standard 12-string guitar. Hear High-strung/ Nashville tuning in action In addition to the classic intro of Jumpin’ Jack Flash there are plenty of other great rock songs that feature Nashville tuning. You can hear Keith Richard’s one-time band mate Mick Taylor playing a high-strung guitar on The Rolling Stone’s Wild Horses. Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson used Nashville tuning on his acoustic guitars during the recording of the band’s Permanent Waves album.