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Jon Light


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Saugerties, NY
Post  Posted 16 Oct 2019 4:07 am    
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Matt Pleasant wrote:
Third time I've read and used the info in this post. Thank you!! A real time and headache saver.


COOL! Glad that this is still serving.

Coincidentally,this morning my Facebook feed served me up an "On This Day" from 2011.

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Had somebody bring over her steel to do some maintenance. B pedal was extremely unreliable and always needed nylon nut retuning. I totally expected an overtuned nut. But no. The pedal was hitting the floor. So obviously I instructed her to dig a hole in the floor under the pedal on any bandstand she was setting up her guitar. I mean duh. Man, I'm good.
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