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Bill Aniston

Hi there!

Nice blog, and ... Wow! I see a huge guitar collection on your site!

Pretty well done, I remember when I started to play guitar I wish I would have a site like this. ;)

Bill.

Bill Aniston

Hi there!

Nice blog, and ... Wow! I see a huge guitar collection on your site!

Pretty well done, I remember when I started to play guitar I wish I would have a site like this. ;)

Bill.

Monk

It's not to late!

:)

Karl Bennion

Being a guitar enthusiast myself, I just came across a rising acoustic guitar accessory website I thought was great. It's http://www.acousticguitarcorner.com and has some specials right now to protect your acoustic guitar investment. The website owner also has a website for custom handmade acoustic guitars at http://www.sullivanguitars.com. Sullivan Guitars custom handmade guitars have a fantastic sound due to some secret technology I can't get him to reveal, but WOW they are great guitars and beautiful as well. Someday I hope to have him make me one before I die.

Ricky Sharples

It's nice to see Blues and Beyond by Mark Dziuba is on the best seller list.

Karl Bennion

I thought several things might be of interest to the group. Jim sullivan just posted a tribute to Paul Yandell on his websites http://www.sullivanguitars.com. Paul worked and play guitar with Chet Atkins "Mister Guitar" for 25 years. He has been a great contributor to the fingerstyle guitar movement in America. Jim also had a website with quality acoustic guitar accessories at http://www.acousticguitarcorner.com/

Guitar Rock

Great blog. Keep the good info coming because I've been coming hear for a couple of months. Thanks for your hard work

Chick Drunk Seven

i'm gonna make my own site about it

dunk shoes

Very pleased to see a blog post, including the thoughtful and perceptive comments on set. To keep the great work!
Not everyone can provide the appropriate flow of information, thanks.

Espirito Santo Para-brisa Reparo

Sight reading is my priority here.

FrorieBem

refuckulate420|Nahп»ї I totally respect the HP series for all its originality. It is a very unique, well written and imaginative world. I read a lot of different books but the depth and complexity that Steven Eriskon brings to his characters and world is amazing, you would find yourself crying for characters by the second book. It has one of the thickest plot lines ever. Its by far a more complicated read then HP, but then maybe you dont like that. Ah well talk about being narrow minded, give it a try :).

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