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I can't carry a tune in a bucket but I love Country/Bluegrass. I sure do admire thoes beautiful guitar's you have there. They look as good as a fine gun collection. Just keep playing, and bring joy to people's hearts.
 

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i used to play the trumpet in hs, my band director though i was awesome and could go quite a ways but i didnt enjoy it so it went by the wayside.
 

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Yea! Yea!! That's what I am talking about. Man that was a very good song and very well done. It sure made me simle and feel good as I had one bad day for sure.
Young man what ever you do don't lay that guitar down. Your what we call down home, A Natural. Good luck and thanks for making my day.
 

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You've got some talent, along with some nice guitars. I've found that shooting, reloading, and music are good ways to releve stress. I used to play on the radio when I was little, but my dad made me get off, I was scratching it up.
 

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I'm not getting any audio for either of the songs posted above.

Here is my collection:


My 1982 Ovation that was supposedly a special bluegrass edition.


My Takamine EF-349 solid mahogany.


My Fender 40th anniversary Strat.
 

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I'm wit Jody-radio-cassette, CD-but I enjoy and applaud those who can make music-I like most kinds/styles...I play a lot of jukebox...a guitar really gathers a crowd...
 

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Some nice guitars pictured. I'm another one that likes Bluegrass music. Have an old cheapie guitar I fool around with occasionally. Know about the same chords as mentioned by Ray Stevens in the song Guitarzan:D
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