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  • Maury Muehleisen guitar part on the Jim Croce song "Operator"

    Hi Everyone,
    I'm wondering if anyone help me find tab or instruction for the Maury Muehleisen guitar part on the Jim Croce song "Operator"? No, it's not on the Huttlinger DVD.
    Greetings and Thanks to All.
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    There're a few here, if you scroll down to Jim Croce:

    http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/search.php?s=operator&w=songs
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    • #3
      Found it - thanks for the link!
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      Ovation Legend LX<br />
      Huss &amp; Dalton TOM-R<br />
      Avalon A100<br />
      Fullerton P.O.S Dread<br />
      Alvarez PD100S<br />
      Yamaha FG720S<br />
      Epiphone EF-500RCCE<br />
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      • #4
        Me and my friend Steve playing this song

        http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6436125

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        • #5
          I used to play lead on that back in my coffee-house duet days.
          It's one of the few songs I played lead on.

          What a great duo. What a great loss. Both of them.
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          France

          Murika

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          • #6
            What a great duo. What a great loss. Both of them.


            Yep. Nobody ever remembers Maury. Don't get me wrong, Jim was a singer/songwriter extraordinaire, but Maury was a great player.

            I wonder how music would be different had there not been the accident.
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            • marymuehleisen
              marymuehleisen commented
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              I'm new to this site and a few years late with this response, but I'm a firm believer that it's never too late to thank those who are kind enough to give a nod to my brother Maury.  Thank you for your kind words.  This coming September will be 40 years since Maury and Jim have been gone and it's wonderful to know that so many people still care.

              Gratefully,

              Mary Muehleisen


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            OMG That is a sweet guitar!

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