Your twin pickin Instructional book has been endless hours of fun for me and my dad who love to play whenever we can. Thanks and keep up the great instuction. You signed my copy, "Learn these and next time we race." I am almost ready.
Guess I have to get on this site more often. Thx for your note back in March - yes I will see you next weekend here in Calgary. Steve Fisher and I had coffee the other day and talked about the upcoming gig so I made plans to be at both the Sat concert and the Sunday afternoon workshop. Looking forward to seeing you and catching up for a few minutes.
I was at your workshop 3 years ago in Calgary. I learned alot and have been working at it. Thank you so much. I handed you an Epiphone EL00 and ask you what you thought. You said it played good. Since then I have gotten a Gibson L00 and had the same person set it up. Every one who plays it love it. What keeps me going is Norman Blakes solo of The Martin D18 Song. Thanks so much for doing what you do.
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