Copedent

Most of the instructional material on this website uses the following copedent (though I attempt to use the most common student pedal and levers as often as possible):

Patrick Brenner's Copedent

If this image does not mean anything to you, click HERE for an explanation of copedents and steel guitar tuning: COPEDENT EXPLAINED.

Pedal and Lever Names and Locations

Pedal and Lever Names

Bar Copedent

Bar Copedent

You can find a complete explanation of this diagram here:
COPEDENT EXPLAINED.

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