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The Pedal Steel Pickers Page is designed to be a resource center for pedal steel players of all levels. Some information for non-pedal guitars is provided, but the main focus is on pedal steel.

Site Content:

If you are new to the pedal steel and are trying to learn what the heck it is and how it works, look under General Info for links to pages containing detailed information on history, construction, tuning, etc.

If you're looking to buy a new pedal steel or amp, or just want to browse around, go to Guitar Builders or Amplifiers for links to manufacturers.

The Suppliers page will take you to numerous pedal steel shops where you can browse through new and used equipment as well as stock-up on strings, picks, accessories and other goodies.

The Learning page contains links to pedal steel teachers and mail order houses specializing in home study courses. There are also many lesson videos available. If you prefer to listen and learn, go to the Listening page for a list of essential recordings and where to get them.

Maybe you need to get out of the house and see the pedal steel in action. The Shows page contains a listing of upcoming steel guitar shows and events (courtesy of The Pedal Steel Guitar Association).

Stay up-to-date by subscribing to the various steel guitar magazines and periodicals listed under Magazines.

Check out the listing of Pedal Steel Guitar Associations to see what other steelers are up to around your neighborhood.

If you want to chat with other pickers, go to the Forums page for links to chat rooms and online forums.

If you're looking for some inspiration, there's nothing better than reading and learning about the Stars of the Steel Guitar.

The Buddy Emmons Big "E" Q&A page is a great information source for steelers of all levels. (Courtesy of Buddy Emmons and The Steel Guitar Forum.)

If anybody cares, I've posted my E9th Setup. It's pretty normal but you might find a few interesting things. There's even a few WAV files if you want to hear the changes.

The Links page is a list of all the personal home pages (other than the those found elsewhere in this site) that I've found pertaining to the steel guitar. I'll add more as I find them. Please let me know if you have or know of a site that should be listed here.