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PaulV

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The new items and newsletter is now up.  Come and get it!
Lots of great stuff, and especially nice are the Tim Lerch video clips tie-in with Ted's lesson pages.  
Enjoy!

http://www.tedgreene.com/news/default.asp

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A lot of great folks keep contributing to this site - Thank you all.  And thanks to Tim Lerch and Mark Levy for contributions this month - these audio/video pieces really help bring Ted alive for me.
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I love this site. Thank you all for each and every thing here.
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As always, a big Thank You [thumb] 
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Fantasic as always Paul! [smile]

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(in the newsletter) I'm guessing John Kally means an X-500 model, not an X-400. I remember Ted meeting Ted the day he bought a black X-500 at Chris' guitars. I knew it well because I had played it the day before at the shop. Ted went through a rabid fascination with Guild archtops around this time. He bought them from all over L.A. but didn't want people to find out. He was afraid Guilds would become too popular and therefore out of reach of the average player. He didn't want Guild to become as over-priced as he believed vintage Gibson guitars to be. 
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Here's another photo of Ted's guitar "Bettina" (1954 Guild X375) along with his Guild X350. Ted Greene -- Guild X375 (Bettina) and X350.jpg

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