Ray Price Shuffles

Ray Price Shuffle Styles for Band-In-A-Box – $9.00

Meticulously constructed by BIAB wizard Jim Baron, these 8 styles are a traditional steel guitarist’s dream. Six are variations of the regular 4 beats to a measure shuffles. The last one is a waltz, for use on songs like “24th Hour”. Here are some audio samples created with 4 of these styles:

Listen to samples on SoundCloud.com

The styles all use the same instrument voicings, so you can mix them within a song. Remember you can change styles at any measure in the song, just “right click” on the bar your working on and choose “bar settings”. In this way, you can easily give a little different feel to the bridge from the verse, etc.

Note that you must have Band-In-A-Box to use these styles.  These are not rhythm tracks, they are the files you need to make your own rhythm tracks in the Ray Price style with Band-In-A-Box.

To order, enter your email address below and click the PayPal “Buy Now” button. Within 24 hours you’ll receive the complete set of styles via email, including instructions on how to install and use them.

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All proceeds from these sales go to support the Steel Guitar Forum web site.

Thanks to Jim Baron for making this offer possible!

3 Replies to “Ray Price Shuffles”

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  2. When I was in High School playing drums, a guy called me and asked if I wanted to play with their country band. Well, he picked me up one Saturday and we went to a joint called The Pines, in the “Bad Lands” of Arlington, Texas. The band stand had chicken wire around it and they needed it that night! I was paid $7 for a 4 to 5 hr gig. The band was great, steel guitar, old piano, stand up bass, lead guitar. I was 16 and played with them for about a year. I learned a lot from them, and when in college, I played hotels with orchestras, Carswell AFB, Dallas NAS, Willie Nelson. This got me through school!

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