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peter joseph burtt


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kings beach, ca, usa
Post  Posted 2 Mar 2000 6:22 pm    
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hi all,

anyone know of a music store where i can buy a stevens bar and an under the string capo in
between lake tahoe, CA and berkeley?

thanks,

peter joe
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Dave Mayes


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Oakland, Ca.
Post  Posted 2 Mar 2000 11:56 pm    
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Hey Peter. You should be able to find these items at the "5th String" in Berkeley. Give Sacramento a try first. Long drive to Berkeley !
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Dave Mayes


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Oakland, Ca.
Post  Posted 3 Mar 2000 12:01 am    
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Oh...I get it now..."between". Sorry.
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Pete Grant


From:
Auburn, CA, USA
Post  Posted 4 Mar 2000 5:09 pm    
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I'd suggest a Shubb SP-2 bar. It's a little more comfortable, has a rounded tip, and is much more receptive to reverse slants. (Disclaimer: though get no compensation for the sale of this item, I was inovolved in its design). Shubb also makes a dobro capo that I contributed some ideas to that is very good, as far as capos go. (I need all my notes; I can't be hiding some of them.) Check out www.shubb.com Maybe you can email them for a list of who might carry both. Not too many stores carry them, but they can all get them thru regular distribution channels. Nicholson's Music in Folsom is another possibility.

[This message was edited by Pete Grant on 04 March 2000 at 05:11 PM.]

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