BC6-01 Eastern Swing Intro, Buck Reid – C6 TUNING
This is a lesson for the C6 neck. Mickey shows how to play this amazing intro, ” off of Buck’s, “A Work In Progress” CD. You can buy the tab and rhythm tracks from his Buck’s website, currently www.buckreid.com .
BC6-01 Eastern Swing Intro, Buck Reid – C6 TUNING

Uses the pedals/levers that raises string 4 both a half step(Bb) and a whole step (B). And the pedal that raises 2 a half step to F (normally P6).

Uses a D on string 1.

This is a lesson for the C6 neck. Mickey shows how to play this amazing intro, ” off of Buck’s, “A Work In Progress” CD. You can buy the tab and rhythm tracks from his Buck’s website, currently Buck Reid's Website .

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C6 Lesson
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Not for the faint at heart. This song has a lot of the C6 pedal/lever changes.

Uses an D string on the 1st string, the lever that lowers 3 from C to B, the pedal that raises 2 to F (P6), the lever that raises 4 a half step to Bb, P5 (lowers 6 to F#, raises 9 to F#, and raises 10 to D), P8 (Boo-Wah pedal. Raises 7 to C#, lowers 9 to E and lowers 10 to A

Mickey shows you how to play part of Buck Reid’s version of “Scrapple From The Apple” off of Buck’s, “A Work In Progress” CD. You can buy the tab and rhythm tracks from his Buck’s website, currently www.buckreid.com .

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BE – 01 Beginners 3 Moves To Master
Uses pedals/levers B C A F
BE – 01 Beginners 3 Moves To Master

Uses the pedals/levers B C A F

Uses a D on string 1.

Examples using these pedals to make 1 to 2m, 1 to 4, and 4 to 2 (or 1 to 5) changes that every steel guitar player should know.

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BE-04 Simple E9 Passage, Single Note
Uses the pedals/levers A E
/*Mickey shows how to do a C6th type run on the E9 neck.*/
BE-04 Simple E9 Passage, Single Note

Uses the pedals/levers A E.

Mickey shows how to do a C6th type run on the E9 neck.

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BE-06 4-5-1 in G Using A-B-C pedals
Uses the pedals/levers A B C E F.
BE-06 4-5-1 in G Using A-B-C pedalsG

Uses the pedals/levers A B C E F

Nice stuff you can use as an intro or turnaround.

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BE-07 1-2-5 single notes plus 3 stops
Pedals/levers used: A B C E
BE-07 1-2-5 single notes plus 3 stops

Nice single string licks. Uses a technique called “cross picking”, which is basically playing one string with your thumb, next string with one of your fingers, then the thumb again, then a finger, and so on.

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BE-09a Close Intervals In C
Uses the pedals/levers: A B C F D E
BE-09a Close Intervals In C

Uses the pedals/levers: A B C F D E

Requires the use a half A pedal.

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BE-11 Beginner Steel Guitar – Cold Cold HeartG
Uses pedals/levers: A B E F
BE-11 Beginner Steel Guitar – Cold Cold Heart

Pedals/levers used: A B E F

Mickey runs through the melody line to the old song, “Cold, Cold Heart” .

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BE-12 Cold, Cold, Heart – Part 2
Pedals/levers used: A B E F
BE-12 Cold, Cold, Heart – Part 2

Pedals/levers used: A B E F

Mickey continues teaching you “Cold, Cold Heart”. A little ‘jazzier’ this time.

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BE-131b Cry Part 2
Uses the pedals/levers: A B D 1/2g 1/2A
BE-131b Cry Part 2

Uses the pedals/levers: A B D 1/2g 1/2A

SEE BEC-131b I renamed the video to keep in sequence with the other 2 videos for this song. I can’t find the other 2 videos he talks about. This is part of Buck Reids version of “Cry”. YOU CAN ORDER TAB FROM: Buck Reid's Website

If you don’t have a half stop on the lever that raises string 1 to G#, he shows how to pull the first string with the fingers behind you be to get the G note. Some people have a lever that only raises string 1 to G.

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Pedals/levers used: A B 1/2D E Full-D C H G
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Uses these pedals/levers: A B 1/2D E Full-D C H G

NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART Mickey shows how to play some really cool counterpoint and pivot licks for the song, Sweet Memories. Lot’s of pedals and levers used. At the end, he refers to lever that raises 1 & 2, but the copedent I have only raiss the first string. He must have added the string 2 raise to E. .

ALSO ON BUCK REIDS YouTube CHANNEL. YOU CAN ORDER TAB FROM: Buck Reid's Website

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BE-133 Framing a Simple Melody – Part 1
Pedals/levers used: A B H D C E
BE-133 Framing a Simple Melody – Part 1

He uses a whole tone raise on string 7 which many don’t have. This is from Buck Reid’s album, and the tab that Mickey is talking about is available from www.buckreid.com This video is aimed at beginners. Sweet Memories. This is a great video explaining about emotion in you playing, INCLUDING THE USE OF VIBRATO. Mickey gives some insight to his thought process. This gives a foundation to build upon. How to play a note in different locations. This probably the best video he has for beginners.

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BE-16 Waltz Across Texas
Pedals/Levers Used: A B F E
BE-16 Waltz Across Texas

Pedals/Levers Used: A B F E

Mickey runs through a verse of the old Ernest Tubb Classic, “Waltz Across Texas”

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BE-24a Big City Turnaround
Pedals Used: A B C F
BE-24a Big City Turnaround

Mickey runs through the steel guitar section of the intro and turnaround in the Merle Haggard song, “Big City”. There is heavy use of the B & C pedals in this exercise.

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BE-28 Your Man by Josh Turner
Pedals/levers used: A B E G
BE-28 Your Man by Josh Turner

Pedals/levers used: A B E G G ( but he shows you how to use the A pedal and F lever to get the same result).

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BE-31 Minor Chords – Moondance
Pedals/levers used: A B F
BE-31 Minor Chords – Moondance

Pedals/levers used: A B F

Mickey uses the song “Moondance” to show some of the minor chord positions on the E9 neck. He touches on ‘relative minor’ chords.

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BE 34 3 Moves To Master – Part 2
Pedals/levers used: B C A D
BE 34 3 Moves To Master – Part 2

Pedals/levers used: B C A D

A continuation of lesson BE-01

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BE-36 Harmonics, Overtones
Pedals/levers used: A But no pedals are required for this lesson
BE-36 Harmonics, Overtones

Pedals/levers used: A But no pedals are required for this lesson

Mickey discusses of overtones, and the use of using your fingers on the left hand to play harmonics.

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BE-40 2m-5-1 Faux C6 Moves For Cherokee Maiden #2
Pedals used: D A B
BE-40 2m-5-1 Faux C6 Moves For Cherokee Maiden #2

Pedals used: D A B

Mickey shows how to play part of Asleep At The Wheel’s version of “Cherokee Maiden”. Cindy Cashdollar is the steel guitarist, and plays non-pedal steel guitar. He shows how to play a diminished chord “walk”.

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BE-41 2ND String Usage
Pedals/levers used: A E B D
BE-41 2ND String Usage

A E B D

Mickey discusses the different uses for one of the most neglected strings on the pedal steel guitar.

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