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    Default Looking for instructor in Boulder

    CO area. I'm building an F5 at the request of my son and he will need some instruction.

    Thanks in advance - Gary Davis

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    Default Re: Looking for instructor in Boulder

    John at Woodsongs Music could likely direct you to someone.

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    Default Re: Looking for instructor in Boulder

    I think Jordan Ramsey lives around there, but I am not sure if he is teaching or not. Dylan McCarthy lives nearby in Lyons and is an excellent teacher and defending RockyGrass mandolin champion. https://dylanmccarthymusic.com/

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    Thanks y'all. I'll check them out for availability.

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    I'll be in the Boulder area for the next month and change. Happy to set something up for lessons and / or general jamming in a distanced way

    Cell is 619-800-0804
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    Thanks Matt. I think my son has found someone.

    Gary

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    Default Re: Looking for instructor in Boulder

    I've been having some very preliminary thoughts about a move to the Boulder or Denver area. How is the acoustic community up there? I have an impression that it's great, but I haven't lived up there in 20 years.

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    If you're asking me, I don't know. I live in Montana but I suspect its pretty good.

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