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Thread: My lefty friend Scott

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    Senior Member dreadnut's Avatar
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    My lefty friend Scott

    Well Scott's doctors are studying him a bit more before charging ahead with treatments. They did put him on a strict diet called the "Daniel diet." He gets to have a liver biopsy next week. He said the pictures of his liver showed lots of spots. Your continued prayers are appreciated.

    Scott is setting up his studio to do some recording and we're going to get together next week to lay down some stuff. Just Scott and Marc and two Guilds. Well, I'll probably play my mandolin a bit too. Going to record both audio and video, his wife Linda is directing this project.
    "The air's as still as the throttle on a funeral train." John Prine

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    Sounds good!
    Quote Originally Posted by fronobulax View Post

    And I like Harry's approach.
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    Great therapy ahead. Enjoy your time together.

    Joe
    "Just give me one extra season, so I can figure out the other four."

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    Senior Member dreadnut's Avatar
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    Yeah, stay tuned...
    "The air's as still as the throttle on a funeral train." John Prine

    '76 D-25M
    '99 DV-52ABHG
    '98 DeArmond Starfire Special
    Takamine Acoustic Flying "A"
    Crate CA-125D Acoustic Amp
    Fishman Loudbox Mini Acoustic Amp

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    Celebrate life!! It is always too short......

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