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> It's good to be back :)
post Dec 1 2006, 05:35 AM
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Well I've been gone for a couple weeks as we had an unexpected death in the family right before Thanksgiving. My father in law died during complications from open heart surgery. When I first got started playing he gave me his ovation acoustic, so it's a real sentimental guitar and I'll always be thankful when I play it.
So now I'm ready to jump back into practicing here, but I've still got the blues, maybe I'll try and play some EC stuff from his unplugged dvd...


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post Dec 1 2006, 08:28 AM
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Sorry to hear about your father in law sad.gif

Glad to have you back, though! smile.gif Eric Clapton sounds good like a good idea - or why not have a go at the new Steve Vai lesson?

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RIP Dime
post Dec 1 2006, 10:03 AM
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Sorry for your loss, I lost a close family member a little earlier in the year and it's tough. But music, and making music helped me alot, and loss always makes you treasure what you have.


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post Dec 4 2006, 03:28 PM
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Sorry for the loss bro!

Hang in there, and brighten things up with the Ovation!
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