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David Wright
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From: Modesto .Ca USA.

posted 06 March 2005 08:03 PM     profile     
Heres some pictures of the new non~pedal Super~Slide

And a Sun~Burst D~10


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Dan Burnham
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From: Martin, Tennessee, USA

posted 06 March 2005 08:06 PM     profile     
David,
contact me please,
dan@pcunet.com
Bill Cunningham
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From: Cumming, Ga. USA

posted 07 March 2005 06:19 AM     profile     
If you didn't hear Johnny Cox play the E13 Super Slide on his set Saturday afternoon, you missed a real treat. Just an awesome tone played by a master.

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Randy Beavers
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From: Lebanon,TN 37090

posted 07 March 2005 07:11 AM     profile     
Sunday I wandered into the MSA room to visit with friends. Jerry and Kyle showed me their new lap steel. When they plugged it into an amp for me I couldn't believe what I heard. This is the best sounding and playing lap steel I've ever played. I'll go out on the limb and say it's probably the best that's ever been made! I've never heard such sustain on any guitar, pedal or non. Tone is somewhere between a pedal guitar and a Rickenbacher.

I believe this is going to be a huge success for the MSA company. The exposure will reach much farther than the pedal steel community.

Jay Jessup
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From: Charlottesville, VA, USA

posted 07 March 2005 08:23 AM     profile     
Nice Pic's David,
What's the purpose of the light spring attached to something that looks like a lever on one end and the bridge pickup assembly on the other?
bob drawbaugh
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From: scottsboro, al. usa

posted 07 March 2005 10:28 AM     profile     
Bill, you are right He did a great job as sounded great on the new MSA superslide.

Randy I think you are right. The tone on the MSA Superslide was second to none, and I'm talking about Pedal or non pedal. It has to be the best sounding steel guitar I have ever heard. The sound that Johnny and Reece got out this thing was outstanding. I don't even play lap steel and I want one.

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Bill Cunningham
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From: Cumming, Ga. USA

posted 07 March 2005 12:09 PM     profile     
Bob D:

I don't know where you were, but I didn't see or hear anything about Reese or Johnny and "THONGS."

But the guitars really sounded great.....

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Roger Edgington
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From: San Antonio, Texas USA

posted 07 March 2005 03:34 PM     profile     
David,that's really cool. I wish I would have tried one while I was there. What is the scale length?
Looks like it has legs also?
DeWitt Scott
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From: St. Louis, Missouri, USA

posted 07 March 2005 03:38 PM     profile     
I played the new MSA lap steel on one tune on my set on Sunday morning and it had a fine tone. That "extra" piece you see on the guitar is a metal brace that folds out and molds around your body as a brace when you are standing and playing the guitar. A nice idea. It should be a good seller for MSA. Scotty
Joey Ace
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From: Southern Ontario, Canada

posted 07 March 2005 04:36 PM     profile     
Discussion about these should really be in "No Peddlers".

There's a post there at this link.

The original post is an Announcement, so this remains open.

Thanks.

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bob drawbaugh
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From: scottsboro, al. usa

posted 07 March 2005 06:34 PM     profile     
Bill, now you know what I was doing in school. Thinking about steelguitar.

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