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  1. I have noticed for some time that there are a lot of axemen out there. When I was young, good-looking and had hair, (stop laughing) I decided I wanted to be like Justin Hayward of the Moody Blues. So I bought myself a guitar, just like his Gibson, from Exchange and Mart. It was a beautiful cherry red Columbus 335 semi acoustic. I put Fender extra-light strings on it and started taking lessons at Grange Park - Jack Dickson/Dixon, who used to rattle a mean banjo. But I used to get my guitar accessories in three shops in Newcastle - Jeavons, Windows and Kitchens. I have posted photos of two of th
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