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Many thanks for great newsletters in '98 and all the work you've put into them.I've learn't so much about guitars/music since subscribing (as well as gettingKirk Lorange's book - Plane Talk, which is amazing). Regards, David Reece - Dec 24, 1998
Jeez, i just gotta tell ya' how much i like your newsletter. I am forty, and have been around guitars all my life, the interest never dies, So I am always looking for music and guitar related articles. Normally, I would spend hours online looking for neat stuff, often more time looking than finding. Along comes your newsletter and bang, neat stuff is just a click away. Result more time playing with new ideas. THANKS. PS, I feel I should at least leave you with a tip....
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