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Good to see you back again! How are your wrists?...

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7...i remember you always made me laugh...

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Thanks Frank, I always enjoy your stuff! And Happy Holidays to you too! 7...

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  Composition

Hi Jeff I posted a lead sheet and midi file in the composition room on a tune I did many years ago. Thought you might like to listen. Have a great hol...

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Dunno. Have you got a store that sells those things nearby so you can demo them? If not post a thread in the main forum and see what the guys who actual...

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  top keyboard: motif es6 vs. psr3000

HI guys, I had a little gig - christmas carols gig :) and carring around my S-90 was a pain in the neck, so I am thinking about buying a top keyboa...

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You will only hurt your hands if you do something stupid.

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Are your hands ever in pain?...

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The span of my LH is almost a full inch larger than my RH span. However, it's going to take a lot longer than two months of stretching to really see any...

09/24/2006, by 0 replies
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Jeff, Have you tried streching your fingers? Are you sure it works out that after 2 months, you will expand the length of your fingers to a full tenth?...

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There are many things which still need to be done, many of them requiring large sums of money.

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that makes sense ! Do you feel like beeing done with that study or do you think your entire life won't be enough to get some clues about this whistling lan...

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I saw it as the perfect fusion of language and music and once I realized that there was work that needed to be done, it seemed that I was the best person f...

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For some reason your trip would have stopped in Brittany, maybe today you would have interest for the fou de bassan or the goeland argenté, who knows ? I r...

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You know, for a former beach bum you are one ambitious dude.

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  http://Silbo-Gomero.com

As many of you know, I have a great deal of interest in the Whistling Language of the Island of La Gomera (Canary Islands, Spain - off the coast of Nor...

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Those Floyd Rose locking tremelo systems are a pain. Once you can finally get it in tune, they stay in tune better than any other system. But to actuall...

03/24/2006, by 0 replies
  Floyd Rose

Hi Jeff, could you help me out with something? I bought a guitar with floating tremolo and I can not make it stay in tune!!!! do you know what I could do...

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  Jazz Collection Site

Jeff: I didn't want to post this in the Jazz Links. Thought it would get lost there. Following is a Jazz Collection of some jazz greats; Miles Davis, ...

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