#1860  by captain_trip_420
 Tue Aug 02, 2005 7:08 pm
on the A string.

a---0---0--3-4---4-3-2-0-0---

also jerry also hammers 3 to 4 and pulls back off to 3 on the walk back up.get it? Make sure to use the envelope filter boys and girls..

a----0--0--3-4----3h4p3-2-0-0---

 #2126  by gyrobutt
 Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:42 pm
sounds like there might be this in there too on the D string:

D----2---2----5----------------
A ---0---0--3-4----4-3-2-0-0---

 #2455  by eyeprod
 Wed Dec 14, 2005 6:46 pm
here's how i do it...

-----------5-----------|
-----------5-----------|
-----------------------|
-2---------------------|
-0--0-3-4~---3h4-0-----|
-------------------2-0-| repeat


here's the other cool lick in the song. it's essentially the same lick as used in row jimmy. probably a sort of classic turnaround like used in blues.

----------------------|
----------------------|
----------------------|
-1h2-1-0-----------2--|
---------2/4-0-----0--|
---------------2-0----|
 #9404  by apicalmeristem
 Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:51 pm
E|--5--5------------------------|-----
B|--2---------------------------|-----
G|--2-----2--2------------------|-----
D|--2-----2--2------------------|-----
A|--0-----3--4----------4p2-----|-----
E|----------------2--4-------4--|----- repeat, with envelope filter if you have one...
 #70635  by henryclarke
 Mon Dec 28, 2009 4:46 am
I am beginner. Thanks for sharing such nice chords here.
 #95621  by Tennessee Jedi
 Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:09 am
On the album the riff seems to be played much higher up the neck.
And seems to start with a released bend .....
I have been trying it out of the 12th fret A barre. Sorta sounds like something ...
Where do guys play it ?
Vid on you tube had Jerry up @ 5th fret or so .....
You guys got anything for me ?
 #95628  by Pete B.
 Tue Mar 22, 2011 8:18 am
Tennessee Jedi wrote:On the album the riff seems to be played much higher up the neck.
And seems to start with a released bend .....
This is one of Jer's "Pedal Steel lick on guitar" moments.
I usually play it Steel myself, with MuIII of course.
Strings 5 and 6 with the A and B pedals.
:cool:
 #95632  by Tennessee Jedi
 Tue Mar 22, 2011 8:52 am
Pete B. wrote:
Tennessee Jedi wrote:On the album the riff seems to be played much higher up the neck.
And seems to start with a released bend .....
This is one of Jer's "Pedal Steel lick on guitar" moments.
I usually play it Steel myself, with MuIII of course.
Strings 5 and 6 with the A and B pedals.
:cool:
A and b pedals ?
Not sure what you mean ...
:?:
 #95639  by Pete B.
 Tue Mar 22, 2011 11:48 am
Tennessee Jedi wrote:A and b pedals ?
Not sure what you mean ...
:?:
Sorry Man... that was for anyone playing it on thier Pedal Steel (I know there's at least one other Pedal player on this board).
The A,B,and C, pedals, as they're generally called, were what Jerry G used most on his Pedal Steel.
The album intro for CFJ that you mentioned mimicks a basic Pedal Steel lick done with the A and B pedals.
I hear alot of Jerry G guitar solos that incorporate Pedal Steel style licks (banjo licks too)... but that's just me. Sugar Mags comes to mind.
 #95640  by strumminsix
 Tue Mar 22, 2011 1:01 pm
You hear alot of country guitarists pull slide tricks! 2 examples are the run from the minor 3rd to major 3rd and of cours the bend from the 2 to the major 3 at the song ending!