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  • Taylorsville , Ky
  • United States
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Gary Tremel replied to Jeremy's discussion I just screwed up my guitar ( cosmetically) in the group Guitar Building and Repair
"Seems to me if you have the old pickguard you can just trace it out. You can practice on a used manilla folder until you get a good result. Just take your time and you can't really go wrong. Have fun."
May 25, 2009

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At 6:13am on September 23, 2008, Mike Bucayu said…
ssshhhhh!!!!
don't tell anyone!
LOL!!!
At 6:38am on September 29, 2008, dan huckabee said…
Seagull guitars rule! my picking buddy has one with a rattlesnake drawing burned into the top. they are all envious.
At 7:48pm on October 4, 2008, Jake Dewhirst said…
glacier it is... just east of gunsight pass... :)
At 2:21pm on November 17, 2008, Trevor said…
Thanks for checking out my videos.

good luck with things
Trevor
At 12:57pm on November 20, 2008, Christopher J. Davis said…
Hi Jeremy. I mostly learn scales and modes from handouts that teachers give me, and pick up different tips on appropriate ways to actually use them from all sorts of sources. I mostly run scales/modes for a combined RH/LH warm-up, and I feel that it gives me the benefit of opening up the mysteries of the fretboard. If you'd like, I could scan some of the handouts I've received and e-mail them to you, along with brief explanations of what they are. I'm always happy to help people out where/when I can.
At 4:50pm on November 21, 2008, Dave Shattuck said…
Hey Jeremy, we don't play out much anymore, most of the time it's more fun just to get together and pick. We still get together every week and jam. I also go to the jams at Vine Grove and BBC from time to time. Is there a lot of jammin' in T'ville?
At 5:53am on November 23, 2008, Brian Crossen said…
Hey Jeremy, I am hosting our 4th Annual Bluegrass Christmas Party on Dec. 8th starting at 6pm till ???
Everyone is Invited to come on out and enjoy great music and even better food!
Location will be at my pad located at #7 Parkview Dr. New Harmony, IN. just off of I-64
I know it would be a little drive for you but if your not doing nothing hop on 64 and head her west and bring some friends.
At 5:56pm on December 1, 2008, Jim K. said…
Hey Jeremy,
I just now saw your comment to me regarding the Cardinal Stadium show. First off, thank you very much for your thoughtful gesture! I still miss Jerry everyday...he was a good one. I found that show a few years ago and have enjoyed having it in the collection. I'm in Bardstown, just down the road from you. Drop me a line at jkitterman@bardstowncable.net if you would like to pick a few. I'm always looking for someone to jam with. Thanks again.

Best,
Jim
At 4:00pm on December 10, 2008, Jack Torn said…
Hey Jeremy. I am on hold right now, until the income comes up a bit and I can finally reward myself. Not sure what you mean by seagulls. That a brand?
best,
jt
At 8:23pm on December 10, 2008, Derek Hofer said…
Yes, he's mine. One of the best benefits to living here. I play guitar almost everyday and I swear we do not have one picture of me playing one. All the pictures I'm in are from hunting or fishing which I also do a lot of. Where, when did you live here and why did you leave?

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