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Nope. It's still alive. You just have to know where to look.
Yes. I've been doing this a long time. Taut at the nut, looped through the right hand. Index finger holding it close to the nut, slack taken up by...
IMO...no version eclipses T-Bone. They're all inferior. Right down to that too cute augmented chord in the ABB version.
I'll throw my hat in the ring:
Not if you're Bob Babbitt.
His first record with Pete is a classic. There's a duet with Maria McKee on there that just kills.
That's what I get for just reading the title. :D
Keep the other amp or play through the keyboard amp.
Any other suggestions cost money.
Aw...you can do it on a Strat just fine. Even one with a floating wiggle stick if you know the trick. :D
Not if you hold the string taut. It's a trick worth learning.
The real deal.
Here he is singing Dick Feller's Some Days Are Diamonds. John Denver had a big hit with it...but when Bare sings it, it cuts to...
This is about 10 years old, but Nikki is pure country.
Yes. Jennings. Jones. Owens. Haggard. Twitty.
For modern...Sturgill Simpson.
Me virtually sitting in with T-Bone:
He raises a toast from the other side.
Or get the Hornsby chart and look at the bass clef.
Learning tunes written on the piano is different. Leon Russell...Jimmy Webb...Elton...
Use more wraps. String it up the same way you would with 10's, except put two extra wraps on.
Follow the bass line.
It definitely is on the same level as Royer or AEA. Maybe even as good as a Coles.
This price is hard to beat, and worth every single penny.
That's where plotting it out yourself without anyone else's input (tab/chord chart/RB) let's you arrange it for you. ;)