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Jon Light


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Saugerties, NY
Post  Posted 30 Sep 2022 8:00 pm    
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Jerry -- I've got that here. It's beautiful. Stu brought it to me to see if I could enlarge a few holes to accommodate a couple of 1" bars and a Red Rajah that is even a bit larger. I experimented on a piece of plexi and arrived at using a step drill bit which worked perfectly. I was going to give it to Stu next time I saw him (along with his Mullen Discovery with new vertical lever and split tuners.)
*sigh*
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Jerry Gleason


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Eugene, Oregon, USA
Post  Posted 30 Sep 2022 8:22 pm    
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Jon, I'm glad you have it. Hopefully you can use it. Funny about the holes, but I just made what he requested. I'm sorry I never got to meet Stu in person. I'm sure we would have hit it off. He sent me a couple of his CD's, too, which I enjoyed listening to. Fine player, great guy.
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Dan Robinson


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Colorado, USA
Post  Posted 8 Oct 2022 7:53 am    
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Oh no! Sad to see this. I met Stu at the Denver steel show a few (three?) years ago. He was a kind, generous soul. I'll miss you, Stu.
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Ron Sodos


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San Antonio, Texas USA
Post  Posted 23 Oct 2022 1:40 pm     Stu Shulman
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I met Stu at the Phoenix show and we became fast friends. It was brothers from a different mother. What a great guy. So sad gone too soon!
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