Great E9th Pedal Steel Tabs

By David J. Stewart | November 2015 | Updated February 2016

   

Since I am tabbing these pieces on my guitar, I am showing you my E9th setup too, but I tried to tab them as Lloyd played them. I use the Emmons pedal setup (ABC or 123). I have Tommy White's awesome change on my guitar (i.e., lowering strings 5 and 6 a whole tone separately). Tommy uses the Day pedal setup (CBA or 321; see chart above). These are my tabs, not verified by Lloyd or Tommy, so I could be doing it wrong, it wouldn't be the first time. I am confident that there's much you can learn. I know some part are 100%, but others are am unsure about.

I have tried to include sound clips for many of these licks...

ABC pedals are standard
E = Lower both E's to Eb
F = Raise both E's to F
R = Raise string a half-tone
RR = Raise string a whole-tone
L = Lower string a half-tone
LL = Lower string a whole-tone

Happy Steel - Clip - Tommy White

I have no idea what the name of this Country song is (It makes me happy hearing it, so I named it “Happy Steel”), but I love what Tommy White plays here. This was recorded in 2001 at the International Steel Guitar Convention (ISGC) in St. Louis. Here's the complete MP3 song. Lloyd Green and Tommy White played together on these songs. I've tabbed out part of the song, where Tommy really does a nice job on this piece. I've done my best to tab it out for you. None of these tabs have been verified by the original artists, but I think they're close. Here's a clip of what I tabbed for you. In this piece, Tommy lowers string 5 a whole tone, but he doesn't lower string 6 at all.

F#________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________
E ______________________15~~~~~~~13_______________15______________________
B __________15__15~15A__15A~15LL~13__15A~13A__15______15~15A__15A~15______
G#___15~15B_____15B~~~__15B~~~~~~13__15~~13_______15B_15~15B_________15B__
F#________________________________________________________________________
E ___________________________________15~~13_______________________________
D ________________________________________________15__15~~~~______________
B ________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#___________________________________________________________________17___
D#________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________
B _______12_12____12~12A__14A__~15A__14~14A__________14__14A~15A~17A______
G#__~12______________________________14~14B__14~14B_______________________
F#_____________12_________________________________________________________
E __~12___________________14___~15F__14~~~~______________14~~15F~17F______
D ___________________________________________________14___________________
B ___________________________________________14~14A_______________________
 
 
F#________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________
E _______________________14_____14__14~~~~__14~~~~~~~~~_________7___7_____
B __17A~15A~14A__14A~14__14_____14__14~14A__14~14A~14LL__7~~7A__7B__7A____
G#_______________14B~~~_____14B__________________________7B~~~__7___7B____
F#________________________________________________________________________
E __17F~15F~14____________________________________________________________
D _______________14~~~~___________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________
E ______7~~~9~~~10F~~14___________________________________________________
B ______7A~~9A~~10A~~14A_____END__________________________________________
G#___7B~~~~~9B~~10~~~14B__________________________________________________
F#________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________
 
 
Sweet Memories - Clip - Lloyd Green - ISGC 2001
 
*BELOW:  Pull back the bar just a bit, and use the tip of the bar to do two hammer-ons on
the 4th string. Just two hammer-ons. This is not as hard as it seems. Your bar never leaves 
the 5th string. You pump and release the A pedal just after finishing the last hammer-on. 
F#__________________________________________________________1_______________________________
D#__________________________________________________________1_____1_________________________
G#__________________________________________________________________________________________
E _______________________6~~~~5~3~~1___*1~1~0~1~0~1___________1__________1~~~__1~~~~1~1~~~__
B ___1___________________6~6A~5~3A~1A__*1~1A~~~~~~1__1~~1A____1A__1______1~1A__1~1A~1~1A~1__
G#_____~3B~2B~1__1~~1B_______________________________1B~1B___________1B__1B~~__1B~~~1~1B~1__
F#___________________________________________________________________1______________________
E _______________1E~1E______________________________________________________________________
D __________________________________________________________________________________________
B _______________1~~1A______________________________________________________________________
 
Look At Us Clip - Lloyd Green - Some Great Licks
 
The above clip for "Look At Us" starts with a simple intro, and then the tabs below 
begin immediately following... 
 
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ___________________________17~~~~~15___*15~~~~~15~14F~15~13~~~~~~~~10___________________
B ___15~17__17~17A~18A~17A___17~17A~15A__*15~15A~15~14~~15~13~13A~13~10A__________________
G#___________________________16~~~~~15B__*15~15B~15~14~~15~13~~~~~~~~10B__________________
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E __________17~~~~~18F~~17__________*I'm not too confident that I tabbed the above________
D ___________________________________run from the 15th fret down to the 10th fret_________
B ___________________________________correctly, but I gave it a try.______________________
 
 
F#___*10~~~~~~~~__________________________________________________________________________
D#_________________11__10___10___~11__11~10___10~~11~13LL~12LL~10~~10LL___**10LL~~~~~~____
G#_________________11__10B__10B__~11__11~10B__10B~11~13~~~12B~~10B~~~~~_____10B~10~10B____
E ________10C~10__________________________________________________________________________
B __________________________________________________________________________10A~~~~~~~____
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
F#_________________*The above piece is classic Lloyd Green and I feel confident___________
E __________________that I tabbed it right, because it sounds right.______________________
D __________________**I'm not sure about the very last chord though.______________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________________________
G#___10B~10~9~~7~~8_______________________________________________________________________
E ___10~~10~9F~7F~8F______________________________________________________________________
B ___10A~10~9~~7~~8________________NEXT-->________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#______________________________________________________12________________________________
D#______________________________________________12L_______________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
E __________________________________________________12__12~12C___15~13F~12~~13F~12________
B ___8A__8A___6A_*6A___5A___5A~6A~5A______________________________________________________
G#____________________________________5B___~12B__________________15~13~~12B~13~~12B_______
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ____*use vibrato________________________________________________________________________
D ______________________________________________________________________________NEXT-->___
B ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ___~13A~~9A~~10A~~10____________________________________________________________________
G#___~13B~~9B~~10B~~10___10__10B__________________________________________________________
F#_______________________________________NEXT-->__________________________________________
E ___~13F~~9~~~10~~~~~___10__10___________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B _______________________10__10A__________________________________________________________
 
 
**Notice below that Lloyd uses a forward bar slant. Lloyd uses this piece a lot. 
It's a great thing to learn...
 
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
D#___*15LL~~~~~~~~___15LL~14L__14L~12L~10~11___**11~~10___________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________________________
B _______15~15A~15___15~~~14___14~~12~~10~10A__**10A~10___10A~10__________________________
G#________________________________________________________10B~~~__________________________
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E __________*The above run is amazing and sounds right.___________________________________
D ___________I never would have thought of playing something like this, but wow!__________
B ___________I love the attack Lloyd puts on those last two chords...Cool!________________
 
 
Piece #2 for "Look At Us" - Here's the full song if you'd like to hear it. The tabs 
below begin at 6:28 in the song. It makes sense to use pedal C instead of A, since 
you're already using it for the beginning of the lick. I'm not sure how Lloyd does it...
 
F#___10~~~~~~~~~~_________________________________________________________________________
D#__________________10___10~10LL__________________________________________________________
G#__________________10B__10B~~~~__________________________________________________________
E ______10C~~~~10_________________________________________________________________________
B _________________________________10C~12C__10C~10___8___~6A__6A~5A___5A~3A_______________
G#_________________________________10B~12B__10B~~~________________________________________
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E _______________________________________________________~6F__6F~~5___5~~~3_______________
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger - Clip - Lloyd Green - Some Great Licks
 
The following run from "Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger" is tabbed as played by Lloyd Green. 
It was at the ISGC in St. Louis but I'm not sure which year. If you love Lloyd's playing, 
THIS IS FOR YOU. There's a piece in here that YOU WILL LOVE. And you can incorporate it 
into your playing. I'm giving you tabs that you won't find elsewhere. What I suggest is
listen to the MP3 click above first. If you like what you hear, then the tabs will guide
you how to make those sounds (at least it'll get you into the ballpark... I think my 
tabs are fairly close). 
F#___________________________14___________________________________________________
D#_________________________________*14~15~15L__14L~14LL~12LL~9LL~10LL~9LL_________
G#________________________________________________________________________________
E ______________________________14__14~~~~14C__14~~~~~~~12~~~9~~~10F~~9___________
B ___9A~9__7~7A~7____9~9A~14______________________________________________________
G#_________________9B___________14______*Forward bar slant ______________NEXT>____
F#________________________________________________________________________________
E ___9~~~__7~~~7E______________________*C pedal raises "E" and "B" a whole tone___
D ______________________________14________________________________________________
B ________________________________________*I love this piece above________________
 
 
**BELOW: Lloyd uses this lick quite often. He raises string one a half-tone on a knee. 
I just use a forward bar slant. This provide some really nice things to play, as you 
can hear on the brief clip. It may not look like much tabbed on the screen, but this 
is a really great stuff to learn...
 
F#_______________________________________________**4~4R___4R~4~2~~~_____________
D#______________________________________________________________________________
G#___7__~9__9~9C~9~9C__9__~7__4C~2C_____________________________________________
E ___7__~9__9~9C~9~9C__9__~7__4C~2C___________________________________2_________
B ___________________________________5A~4A~2A__2__ 4~4A___4A~4~2~~~___2_________
G#___7__~9__9~~~~~~~~__9__~7__4~~2________________________________2B__2_________
F#______________________________________________________________________________
E _____________________________________________2E______ABOVE: once you get the__
D _____________________________________________________timing right, this piece_
B _____________________________________________________sound majestic!_________

 
Variations Of A Theme - Tommy White & Lloyd Green
 
Here's a pretty song composed by Tommy White and Lloyd Green in 2015, titled, “Variations Of A Theme.” 
Here's the MP3 if you'd like to have it. I've tried to tab out the basic idea behind the new concept, to get 
you going. I am grateful to Tommy and Lloyd, and for Lloyd's invaluable musical comments about the song. 
 
Lloyd says: 
Tommy White and I wrote this tune, but mostly Tommy and it’s virtually all his melody. More importantly than 
this beautiful melody though is the fact that around 50% is played with pedals B and C and the knee lever 
lowering the 2nd string a half and whole tone, and the E to F lever. The strings are mostly 2, 4 and 6. This is a 
wholly new concept of how to use the pedals and strings on the E9th. It gives different voicing to the normal 
triads played, with the melody often being on the 2nd or 3rd rather than top string and no 3rd string is involved 
in the new segments of the tune. When playing it much will be counter-intuitive and mirror imaged, which 
initially was confusing to both Tommy and me, unusual in itself. I’m only putting this out there because Tommy 
and I wanted to add some missing elements and dialog to the language of the E9th tuning. Russ Pahl played 
the rhythm guitar, the only other instrument, and produced and mixed it. —Lloyd Green
 
SOURCE: Steel Guitar Forum, Variations Of A Theme - Part One
 
ABOVE: Lloyd Green performing at the 2011 BMI Country Awards, backing Willie Nelson.

Sweet Memories - Clip - Lloyd Green - ISGC 2002
The following awesome run from "Sweet Memories" by Lloyd Green is fairly simple once you 
get the timing down pat. This song was recorded in 2002 at the ISGC. The tabs below can be
heard played at 41 seconds into the song. Just listen repeatedly to Lloyd playing the piece, 
as you play along, and you'll get the hang of it. (I slowed the song down to figure it out, 
using "MixCraft Pro" software. If you do buy it, you definitely want the pro version, 
if nothing else for the "iZotope Mastering Essentials." Acoustica used to sell three versions 
and I bought the middle version, which came with the iZotope Mastering Essentials, but now 
there's only two versions and only the pro version has it.) You can use the following timing 
technique in many songs. It produces an ILLUSION to the ears, and is beautiful. Tommy White 
uses this technique quite often also..
F#___________________________________________1____________________
D#________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________
E ______________________________________________1___1_____________
B ____1~~3A~~8~8A__9A~8A~6A~6~5~3A~1A~1___________________________
G#_______________________________________1B_________1_____________
F#________________________________________________________________
E _________________9F~8~~6~~6~5F~3~~1~1E__________________________
D ________________________________________________________________
B __________________________________________________1_____________


Petals - Ending - Lloyd Green

Here's a cool ending from Lloyd's song, "Petals"...

F#________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________
G#_______________________9~~9B____________________________________
E ____2___2___2____4_____9~~~~____________________________________
B _______________________9~~9A____________________________________
G#____2___2___2B___4B_____________________________________________
F#________________________________END_____________________________
E ________________________________________________________________
D ________2_______________________________________________________
B ____2_______2A___4A_____________________________________________


One Of My Favorite 13th Chords

Here is one of my favorite chords, an F13th below, in three different positions. The various positions
enable you to voice them differently. I am raising string one a whole tone, which is a change I use often
when performing, and recommend that you add it to your guitar. Lloyd raises string one a half-tone and
uses a bar slant to raise it a whole tone. Some players even use their pinky to reach forward and PULL
the first string a half-tone higher. It doesn't require much pressure. I used to pull the first string
just for showmanship, but for the past several years I've gotten into the habit of using the knee lever.
To help you understand raising string one a half tone, it is the exact same note as string 7. So raising
string 1 a half-tone is the same as raising string 7 a half tone. Since Lloyd doesn't raise string 7 at
all, nor lower string 6 to obtain a G note, it makes sense that he would raise string 1 a half-tone. I
love using a forward bar slant, which Lloyd uses often.

F#____1RR_________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________
E ____1_____4F____________________________________________________
B __________4A____8A______________________________________________
G#____1B__________8B______________________________________________
F#__________4_____________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________
D ________________8_______________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________


Sleeping Beauty - Intro - Lloyd Green

Here's the into for "Sleeping Beauty," from Lloyd's classic album, Reflections. I like what Lloyd
says, "Simplicity is the heart of elegance." I learned that from Jerry Byrd, who quotes Lloyd in
his autobiography titled, "It Was A Trip On Wings Of Music."

F#_________________________2______________________________________________________
D#__________2______________2__2___________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________________________
E ___2__2_______________2______________________________5F~~7~~~4~~~5F_____5F~5F___
B ______________2__________2______2___2~~~~~_______2___5A~~7A~~4A~~5A_____5~~5A___
G#___2__2___________2___2_____________2~2B~2_______2___________________5__________
F#__________2_________________2________________2__________________________________
E ______________2E__2_____________2E_______________2______________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________________
B __________________2_____________________________________________________________


Blue Bonnet Spring - Lick And Ending - Lloyd Green

Here's another really cool lick that took me a while to figure out from "Blue Bonnet Spring" on Lloyd's
"Reflections" album (my favorite album). Once you get the hang of the piece below, it is really awesome
to add to your repertoire. The piece is toward the end of Lloyd's song. You really ought to hear the
recording on "Reflections" or you won't get it. Lloyd doesn't lower his 4th string, so he does a revere bar slant.

F#____*Pick the strings individually, separated by a fraction of a second.________
D#_____Stu Basore used this technique a lot. (I-index - M=middle - T=thumb)_______
G#________________________________________________________________________________
E _______________13__*13_____*13~~~____8___________8~~8~~~~4F~3~~~1_______________
B ________8~8A________*13___*13~13A_______*8___*8~~9A~8A~~~4A~3A~~1A______________
G#_____8~8B________________*13~~13B______*8___*8~~~9~~8B~~~4~~3B~~1_____(next)____
F#________________________________________________________________________________
E ___8____________________________________________________________________________
D ______________________________________ABOVE: Reverse bar slant__________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________
 
Here's a really cool ending to "Blue Bonnet Spring." I raise my first string a whole tone, 
but Lloyd raises it a half tone. I tabbed it the way I think Lloyd did it. I give you some 
alternative positions below to get Lloyd's unique sound, which he obtains by not lowering string 
4 at all. I love that sound. I don't raise string 2 a half tone, but perhaps you do. I use a bar slant, 
but that won't work for chords like this. I use both of the other positions...
 
F#___1_______2~2R__2R~~1____________________________|____alternative positions____
D#__________________________________________________|___________3L_________1R_____
G#__________________________________________________|_____________________________
E _________________________1~~~___1~~~___1____1~~~__|___1_________________________
B ______1________________________________1__________|___1__________________1______
G#______1B___2~~~__2~~1B___1~1B___1~1B________1B~1__|___________3B________________
F#__________________________________________________|_______or________or__________
E _______________________________________1E_________|___0__________________1E_____
D __________________________________________________|_____________________________
B _________________________1~1A___1~1A________1A~1__|___________3A________________
 
Here's another alternative position...
 
F#________5______________________________________________________
D#_______________________________________________________________
G#_______________3______2~2B_____________________________________
E _______________________________________________________________
B ____5A____3A_______2A~~~~~_____________________________________
G#_______________________________________________________________
F#_______________________________________________________________
E ____5F____3F_______2~~~~~~_____________________________________
D _______________________________________________________________
B _______________________________________________________________
 
 
Borrowed Angel - Clip 01 - Lloyd Green
 
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
D#__________________________________7LL~~8~~~10~~~12L_____________________________________
G#____7B___7B___7B____7B~~____7B____7B~~~8~~~10~~~12______________________________________
E ____________________________7__________________________13F~~15F~15F~~13F~~12____________
B ____________________7~7A_______________________________13A~~15~~15A~~13A~~12A___________
G#______________7_________________________________________________________________________
F#_________7______________________________________________________________________________
E ____7__________________________________________________________________________next>>___
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________

 
F#____________________________________________12___________________________________________
D#__________________________________________12__________________12~~~13___________________
G#_______________________12B~~15____15~~12______________________12B~~13___________________
E ________________12~____________________________12_______________________________________
B _____12~~12A____12A____12A~~15A___15A~12_____________12~~~~_____________________________
G#_____12B~~~~_________________________________________12~12B____________________next>>___
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________
 
F#_________________________12_________12__________________________________________________
D#_________________________12_________12__________________________________________________
G#_____15~~~14B~~12B~~12B________12_______________________________________________________
E _____15C~~14C~~12C~~12_________12_________12~~~~~~10F____10_____________________________
B __________________________________________12~12A~~10A____10______end____________________
G#_________________________________________________________10_____________________________
F#________________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________________________________

Borrowed Angel - Clip 02 - Lloyd Green
 
Here's another Christmas present that took me years to figure out. This piece is also 
from "Borrowed Angel"...
 
F#__________________________________________________________________________________________
D#___________7L___________________________________________7~~~8~~10___10~~7~~7LL____________
G#_______________7B__7~~7B____7B____________________________________________________________
E ____________________________7____7~~~~____________________________________________________
B ___7A__7_________________________7A~~7______7~~~7A______________________________7_________
G#___7B__7____________________________________7B__7B~~~___7B~~8~~10___10~~7B~~~~____________
F#__________________________________________________________________________________________
E ___7_______________7~~~~___________________________________________________________next>__
D _______7__________________________________________________________________________________
B ___________________7A~~~__________________________________________________________________

	 
F#__________________________________________________________________________________
D#_________7LL~~7___8~~10LL~~9LL___8LL~~~~~~7LL_____________________________________
G#__________________________________________________________________________________
E __________________________________________________________________________________
B ____7B_________________________________________7~~7A_____end______________________
G#____7B~~~~~~~~~~__7~~9B~~~~8~~___7~~7B~~7~~~~__7~~~~______________________________
F#__________________________________________________________________________________
E __________________________________________________________________________________
D _______________________________________________7~~~~______________________________
B __________________________________________________________________________________
 
 
Farewell Party - Clip - Lloyd Green - I've Got Most Of It Nailed
 
Here's a beautiful piece that literally took me 2 years to finally learn (and I'm still 
learning it). This has been one of the most perplexing pieces for me to figure out. I'm close,
but something still seems missing. This is so brilliant. The piece is from "Farewell Party," 
played in St. Louis 2003 by Lloyd. Listen to the clip above and see if you can nail it down.
F#______This is an ongoing project, as I'm still trying to nail it down._______________
D#_____________________________________________________________________________________
G#_____________________________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________*Here's where I get confused.________
B ___7~7A~~8A~10A__12~12A__12~12A______________________________________________________
G#_________________________________~14B__14B~~12B~*12~12B~12~10~12~10_____next>________
F#_____________________________________________________________________________________
E ___7~~~~~8F~10F__12~~~~__12~~~~______________________________________________________
D _________________________________~14___14~~~12~~~12___*Lloyd lets these note ring____
B _________________________________~14A__14A~~12A~~12__but how does he lower string 6?_
 
 
F#_________________________________________________________________________
D#___________________________12______12LL~12~~13___________________________
G#_________________________________________________________12B~12__________
E _______________________________12_______________12~~~~___12~~12__________
B _____________10~~10A~~12A_______________________12~12A___12A~12__________
G#___________________________________12B~~12B~13__12~12B___________end_____
F#____10~10________________________________________________________________
E ____10~10E_______________________________________________________________
D _________________________________________________________________________
B _________________________________________________________________________
 
 
F#________________________________________________________________
D#________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________
G#________________________________________________________________
F#________________________________________________________________
E ________________________________________________________________
D ________________________________________________________________
B ________________________________________________________________

* * * * * * *

A Helpful Tip: I've learned that one of the 'secrets' to great tone is to crank up your amp and lay into that volume pedal. Tone is feeling, and in order to 'feel' your steel guitar music, you've got to play it loud enough to be felt. When you pick a major chord, you ought to FEEL that crisp bite! The best playing in the world means nothing if people cannot FEEL your music. You absolutely need a great amplifier. I recommend a 15-inch speaker for sweeter low-end tone, but 12 inch is preferred by some pros (like Paul Franklin - he likes a higher middle range). I've never liked high mids. I like higher highs and sweeter lows.

There's debate over tube amps verses solid state. I've owned both. From my own experience, wooden guitar/wooden neck guitars like Sho-Bud sound better through tube amps; however, mica/aluminum neck guitars like my Rittenberry sound better through solid state. It has to do with the materials of the guitars. Tube amps have a warmer tone than solid state. I hate digital, because they kill the quality of the sound. Jerry Byrd and Lloyd Green both used the Fender Twin Reverb amplifiers (a tube amp). Lloyd also used a Peavey Session 400 (solid state) in the recording studio. God bless.

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