Rich Eberlen | Tapping the Pipeline

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Tapping the Pipeline

by Rich Eberlen

This CD features music performed on a tubular guitar-like instrument by its inventor. These instrumentals cover a variety of styles including Rock and Classical and are played using the two-handed tapping technique to showcase this instrument.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Maybe
3:43 album only
2. Tubing
3:51 album only
3. Justa Minute
3:02 album only
4. Finally
3:51 album only
5. Jolly Way
4:07 album only
6. Still Workin on it
3:21 album only
7. Whole Package
3:47 album only
8. Not Again
4:18 album only
9. Footprints in the Snow
3:29 album only


Album Notes
This recording features the Solene (so-lean), a tubular electric guitar-like instrument played using the two-handed tapping technique. Two-handed tapping allows one to use the fingers of both hands to sound notes on the fingerboard by tapping the strings against the frets. The Solene has seven strings and is made of an aluminum tube three feet in length and three inches in diameter. Slanted, meandering wire frets positioned on the outer surface forms the playing area.



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