Pedal Steel licks CLASSIC TWANG / Dominant 7 lick / V chord turnaround / Intermediate speed steel

Intermediate
Classic pedal steel twang lick. V chord to I chord turnaround. Intermediated to advanced pedal steel lick. You will hear this lick and its variation on many country records. I used my buddy Dylan Earl’s song “Riding Again” to show it in context. Check him out:

http://dylanearl.bandcamp.com/
https://thedylanearl.com/

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I made this pedal steel lesson to teach a classic country twang E9 lick. It’s a popular lick that you will hear on many country records. It sounds fast and technical but it’s not too hard. It’s an intermediate lick. I also covered a bit of music theory to teach you how to find that sound on your own so you can create your own twangy sounding licks. Its the dominant 7 and 9 notes that really do it. Pedal steel!

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