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Hop Wilson was one of the few bluesmen to hold forth on the lap steel, an electrified lap-style instrument used in country
music and western swing until the pedal steel took over in the mid-1950s. The lap steel is usually played with a bullet bar,
a solid piece of steel held to the strings with an overhand grip, and fingerpicks on the right hand. Steel players tend to
avoid playing in open position, making them a good source for closed-position licks.
Learn more about Hop Wilson (http://docsouth.unc.edu/sfc/goldband/artists/hop_wilson/)