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Mike Hopper


Arkansas, USA
Post  Posted 26 May 2021 3:28 pm    
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This is my first post on the forum so I apologize if this info is on here someplace, I couldn't find but I'm looking for the DVDs from this course. They seem to be unavailable as far as I can tell but if someone has them and would sell, let me know! I realize they would probably be unoriginal copies of the VHS tapes. Of all the instructional videos I've seen, the d lever video helped me the most as far as honky tonk intro and fills go.
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Jim Reynolds


Franklin, Pa 16323
Post  Posted 31 May 2021 8:25 pm    
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Mike, there were three courses of this. One A7B Pedal, D Lever, and the F lever wich one do you need?
Zum U-12, Carter SDU-12, Zum Encore, Emmons S-10, Nashville 400, Peavey Nashville 112, Katana 100, Ibanez DD700, Almost every Lesson Jeff Newman made. Washburn Special Edition Guitar, Can never have enough, even at 80. 1963 Original Hofner Beattle Bass bought in Germany 1963, and a 1973 Framus Bass.
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