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purchased a kit

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Thanks To everyone for all the patiences, and advice answering my questions.
I purchased a kit from John Hall. 000-28 14 fret
Ill have to wait a few weeks before I can get started.
I need to make a mold and get a few Items.
where can a guy set up a blog to post some pictures?
Thanks Dave

Apr 08, 07 | 5:50 am

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Congrats on the purchase. John makes a fine kit and is very available for help. As to the blogging, I'd just google 'blog' and pick one! I just put photos on photobucket and lind from there as I am way too time deprived to do a real blog.


Apr 08, 07 | 6:07 am

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Congrats on the new kit, and your new obsession! I personally used blogspot for my blog. It is easy to use, and makes a nice looking blog. Best of all it is free! I highly recommend Blogspot (blogger)

My Blog

Apr 08, 07 | 8:19 am

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I like the stacked along the base edge, myself. Nice Blog.

Apr 09, 07 | 4:31 pm

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Sorry for the oversight...Didn't mean to hi-jack your thread. Glad you chose the Hall kit. We've corresponded some and John seems like a real gentleman...his kits and help seem pretty good, too!

Apr 09, 07 | 4:34 pm

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I'm with David. Blogger is a no-brainer, as easy as sending an email. There are different templates/appearances that you can pick from. It's free and there is no size limit.

I love reading other peoples blogs, David's make me jealous and inspires me everyday.

Check out tedsguitar

Apr 09, 07 | 8:01 pm

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Thanks, I have a blog at blogger.
nice and easy.
Soon as I get some pictures and some content I will post a link.
Thanks again

Apr 10, 07 | 8:12 am

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