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  1. very cool pod cast if anyone is interested- its long- 2hrs+- but very cool discussion between Rick Turner and Jack Casady- who had his customized guild starfire bass stolen in 1969- and returned just a short while ago. The story takes many turns and somewhat unrelated tangents- but very interesting- at least I thought so, (and if you listen to it- comment if your heart sunk when you heard that all too familiar sound of an instrument being banged into something)- ouch (careful bub!!) https://www.fretboardjournal.com/podcast/podcast-139-rick-turner-jack-casady-dan-schwartz-fretboard-summit-2016/?mc_cid=6312af510c&mc_eid=44ded9edeb
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