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Mike, did you work for wildwood, and have that amazing vintage guitar collection ?
MikeSlub
MikeSlub
Steven, I did not work for Wildwood, but visited there every Saturday when I lived in Denver. And yes, I do have a vintage and modern guitar collection.
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Steven K
Thanks Mike, You did have a guitar store though, did you not ?
MikeSlub
MikeSlub
Nope.
My band is playing at the Dennis
gazebo Aug 5. 7-8:30. It is a free gig. We are a fun rock band.
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