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#1 gtrocinski

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Posted 23 July 2009 - 03:19 PM

My wife and I are wrapping up our vacation and will be heading home to Minnesota tomorrow. We are still riding high from the Gathering. It was a most fantastic experience. We have been searching for words to describe what we experienced but haven't, yet, found words to express what we saw, felt and heard.

All we can say is thank you, Steve, Legacy Learning Systems, Acoustic Guitar Magazine and a very grateful thank you to all the performers.

Thank you to all the participants at the Gathering. Your support during my "performance" was incredible and gratefully appreciated.

Gerry and Gail

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#3 Bardner

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Posted 23 July 2009 - 02:04 AM

I would like to thank Steve and Legacy Learning for the Wonderful weekend at the legacy Days Guitar Gathering 2009.

The activities were very well planed, I enjoyed all of them.

Steve was wondering if he should have introduced us to Freight Train, Chet Atkins song. That is a song I very much want to learn and now I have the music and resources to learn the song.

I also enjoyed the concert at the Rymen Auditorium. We all can see where our guitar studies can lead us if we work hard and learn. Maybe some day one of us will be famous and play at the Rymen or the Grand Ole Opry.

This wa one of the best vacations I ever had. I will always remember the activites that we had at the 2009 gathering.

Thank you,
Bardner




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