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I'm doing ok now, thanks!...

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Sorry to hear about your injury that can be quite a devastating area to injure. Hope you recover well and soon. Thanks...

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Dennis, I could've gone, but it's always the same. And the parking is impossible. Besides I messed up my achilles tendon pretty bad a while back and ...

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I had heard nothing of NAMM this year. Did you go or are you planning to go? Thanks, Dennis...

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It doesn't matter if it wasn't you. Sorry ...

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well...what did it say?? i've never had that account (as far as I know).

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hey 7! how are you?...

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Jeff My current email address is: fcbuccino@stvtech.com Regards Frank...

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I'm definitely not in the expert group... ouch...

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When asking for help, you would be well off to be specific in your request. Once you are able to do that, I would suggest that you address your specific...

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pls i need help can somebody help me...

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no worries man, they're faded in and faded out excerpts from a continous performance, so that might be why there's that problem, but it was totally on the ...

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On "Gypsy Lullaby" I play all the instruments except for violin and drums (Spanish Guitar, Bass, Electric Piano & Electric Guitar). ...

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man you can play a lot...how did you get into learning all of them? I tried saxophone once, but all I really wanted to do was bite the read and squeel....I...

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A good memory is the next best thing to intelligence <g>. (You can quote me if you like) There are some original songs from my latest CD a...

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lol you have a good memory everything is generally OK with tendons and shoulders and stuff, but ive been playing a lot of classical recently and a certa...

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