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  1. Anyone know where to buy or order steel acoustic guitar strings in Ajijic/Chapala? Help! My high E string broke and I'm guitar-less til i can replace it! I searched online for Guad music stores, and the ones i found hardly carry anything in the way of strings, let alone acoustic steel. Amazon wants to charge $30 for shipping one set of strings to Mexico. Not sure about the music store in San Antonio, but at this writing (Sat. morn), it doesn't look like it'll be open til Tuesday. Anyone? I'm having withdrawal symptoms. Shaking so hard it's difficult to type ...
  2. Relocating music studio to Lake Chapala area and are accepting new students. Reply here or email danahags@gmail.com. We will be in contact with you with more information. NOTE: our website is currently under construction!
  3. I'm looking to bring together a small group of guitar players for informal jam sessions. Easy going, no pressure fun while making music together is the goal. All genres welcome, i.e., folk, blues, country, etc. Jamming together will help each of us with timing, rhythm, interplaying with others - things that you can't get while playing by yourself. Bring your quitar, either acoustic or electric and bring your favorite songs to share. I'm sure you will find that there is something we can all learn from each other while having fun in the process. All skill levels from amateur to pro are welcome. Be advised that this is not about guitar lessons, it's about making music. I will host here in West Ajijic. Dates and times, and other details can be hammered out democratically as a group. So, let's get together, make music and take your playing to a new level.
  4. I am kooking for a guitar amplifier. I want to scour the chapala forums before I buy a new amp. Any size or powr will do. Thanks. Logan Smith 376-0029
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