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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR GUITAR: A series with Yukon Stubblebine

    Presented by at Passim School of Music

    April 7-April 21, 2010

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    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR GUITAR: A series with Yukon Stubblebine

    Basic Guitar Setup: Have fun when you play, not pain. With Yukon Stubblebine. Wednesday, April 7 [6:30 pm – 7:30 pm] $25 nonmembers / $20 members You’re taking lessons and diligently practicing every day but it just doesn't seem to be getting any easier. Don't get discouraged. Your guitar is in a constant state of change and will fight you one way or another at least half of the time if it is not properly adjusted. Guitar...

    Basic Guitar Setup: Have fun when you play, not pain. With Yukon Stubblebine. Wednesday, April 7 [6:30 pm – 7:30 pm] $25 nonmembers / $20 members You’re taking lessons and diligently practicing every day but it just doesn't seem to be getting any easier. Don't get discouraged. Your guitar is in a constant state of change and will fight you one way or another at least half of the time if it is not properly adjusted. Guitar Triage for the Gigging Musician with Yukon Stubblebine Wednesday, April 14 [6:30 pm – 8:30 pm] $35 nonmembers / $30 members You've all been there. You're sound-checking for an important gig and something's not right. Your guitar is down for the count. Don't be forced to use the back-up beater that's been sitting on top of the beer cooler for the last decade. Learn how to recognize what's happening with your axe and the quick fixes that will save the night. So you want to buy that cool guitar on ebay? Here’s what you need to know, with Yukon Stubblebine. Wednesday, April 21 [6;30 pm – 8:30 pm] $35 nonmembers / $30 members Color me guilty. I love those old Harmonys, Kays, and Silvertones that you see all over the internet and in every second hand store window. They do something that you just can't find in new guitars. So often they're just a complete wreck but can be ressurected with the a little determination and patience. Other times they look just beautiful - like they've never been played, yet perhaps there's a fatal reason lurking just beneath that beautiful sunburst surface. We'll discuss how to find the gems and avoid the heartbreaks.


    Passim School of Music

    26 Church Street, Suite 300
    Cambridge, MA 02138

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    $75 nonmembers / $70 members for all 3 sessions


    General Day and Time Info:

    6:30 pm – 8:30 pm


    Phone: 617-492-7679


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