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Daley SD28, Collings D2HG, Mougin LSD28, 30's Kalamazoo Archtop
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D'Addario (Exp 80/20's)
Fishman (Aura, Loudbox)
Daley Instruments (Guitar, Mandolin)
Collings (Guitar)
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Colorado Case Company
Dearstone Instruments (Guitar, Mandolin)
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Comment Wall (15 comments)

At 7:59pm on May 4, 2008, Dan Miller said…
Stephen,

Its great to have you as a part of the network. Please send me any news updates regarding your show dates, etc. so that I can post them here.

Dan
At 8:13pm on May 4, 2008, Jared Ingersol said…
Thanks for joining, Stephen.
At 8:39am on May 6, 2008, Cindy Kapper said…
Hi Stephen...I met you and your wife at Merlefest with Dan Miller. Cindy
At 10:02am on May 11, 2008, Rex Flottman said…
Hey Stephen!
Glad you made it over here. Dan has really got a cool thing going!
Take care
Rex
At 6:45pm on May 11, 2008, Marty Lanham said…
Hello Stephen; That guy your pickin with sure looks like Sam Bush.
At 8:03pm on May 11, 2008, Cindy Kapper said…
Hi there! Things are going great. Dan & I are staying busy, busy! Hope to see you and your lovely wife at future festivals! Take care - hope all is well. Cindy
At 4:51am on July 15, 2008, Shaun said…
Hey Stephen........I've been talking with Dave Skowron about picks. He's from Pittsfield.....small world. Anyway he got me onto this site here.....pretty neat stuff. Hope all things are well there. Shaun
At 8:29am on July 24, 2008, Shaun said…
Yeah...Dave is going to send one up for me to try. I'm looking for something new and better. The D-21.....news travels fast. LOL It's a great NEW guitar, which means in 30 years it'll be really great. I'm still mostly playing the HD-28 or the old D-21. Sometimes, the Del model. I hope things are going well with you all. Thanks for dropping a line.
At 4:42am on July 29, 2008, Shaun said…
Yeah the HD was a great find. It'll be 30 years old next year. It's kewl having old guitars like that or the '57 D-21. Mike's D-21LE is a nice guitar. I might break that out and play it a little.

I received a couple of Red Bear picks from Dave in the mail yesterday. Played with one for about hour last night. WOW! What a difference. I think I have a new love. hahaha

Talk with you later.
At 9:21am on August 10, 2008, Ondra Kozak said…
Hi man, thanks for comment! I look forward to meet you soon and pick with you again!

Take care!

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