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Hilton Pedals and Accessories

Music is a wonderful gift that humanity has received that is enjoyed by people of all ages. There are numerous instruments that people can play and a popular one with teenagers is the guitar. Something that can certainly enhance the guitar experience is having the right equipment to go along with it. Here are three benefits of Hilton Pedals and Accessories.
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Where are you in the progression of learning pedal steel?

This is good food for thought if you are into learning the pedal steel.
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Origins Steel Guitars

Invented in Hawaii in the late 1880s, the steel guitar lends its distinct and beautiful sound to a variety of music styles today. This instrument features a unique playing style that was originally developed on a wooden six-string guitar, held across the lap and played by running a steel, or slide, over the fretboard of the guitar, producing the instantly recognizable sustained and sliding tone of the steel guitar.
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Using Distortion Pedals

Distortion pedals are a great way to put some extra "punch" into your guitar riffs. They can take a quiet, sedate guitar melody and turn it into a hard, driving attack that really makes your song stand out.
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Benefits of Electric Guitars

There are many different kinds of guitar, but one of the biggest decisions that a guitar player has to make when buying a new guitar is whether it should be electric or acoustic. While acoustic guitars have their own benefits, electric guitars may be the better choice.
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Steel Guitars

Though unclear as to when exactly the first steel guitar was introduced on the music scene, one of the first instruments was the pedal steel guitar, the Electradaire, developed around 1939. It had 3 pedals which had 3 different positions. These pedals raised and lowered the strings, making it unnecessary to have several necks.
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Do I need to know the C scale on a pedal steel?

Most steel guitarists that have been around since the 70's, 80's, 90's remember probably the greatest most entertaining pedal steel guitar teacher---Jeff Newman
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