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    What's this part?

    Names and descriptions of common parts you'll find on a pedal steel

    Introduction

    Here's how to learn the name of all those unfamiliar parts on a pedal steel guitar. You can either click on any portion of the images below, or click on a part name from the list below the image. This way, you can explore and discover some of the different components which make up the modern, all-pull pedal steel guitar.

    If you already know the name of the part you're looking for, you can also use the dropdown menu above to navigate directly to its decription.

    Top view

    Click on a part of the picture below, or on its name from the list on the right.

    PSG (top view)

     

     

     

    Bottom view

    Click on a part of the picture below, or on its name from the list on the right.

    PSG (bottom view)

     

     

     

    Additional features

    A few things which are not shown in the above photos, but which may be present on some brands, include:

    Changers or Bridges Pickups Endplates Necks & Fret Boards Necks Keyheads Keyheads Endplates Cabinets & Bodies Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Pedals & Pedal Rods Return Springs Return Springs Knee Levers Knee Levers Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pull Bars (Bell Cranks) Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops Pedal Stops 牛牛游戏