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Help for pickers. Give us a tip.

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Subject: RE: Help for pickers. Give us a tip.
From: Mark Clark
Date: 26 Jul 00 - 06:37 PM

whip, I missed seeing your post because we've moved the discussion over to a continuation thread as you probably noticed in the link just above your post. This was done so this thread won't become to large to load quickly.

The answer is yes, I live in Cedar Rapids. Not to far from Nix's shop. Of course in all of Cedar Rapids there is nothing too far from Nix's shop. <g>

Why don't you repost your question at the end of the continuation thread. I'm sure there are several folks here willing to share their technique.

      - Mark


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Subject: RE: Instruments
From: Mark Clark
Date: 30 Mar 01 - 12:07 AM

Joe, Thanks for starting this thread. This will make it much easier to find information related to playing our instruments. Finally I can start deleteing some of these links from my personal page.

Here is a list of links I've been saving. I don't claim that all the instrument discussions are here but it includes a bunch of them.

      - Mark

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Help for pickers young and old. part 3.


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