Henry McGuinn

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Henry McGuinn

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Apparently, the daughter of a good friend of mine just married Henry McGuinn!

He and I are looking forward to our first jam together with Roger. :mrgreen:
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jps wrote:Apparently, the daughter of a good friend of mine just married Henry McGuinn!

He and I are looking forward to our first jam together with Roger. :mrgreen:
I am sure you will feel a whole lot better Jeffrey. :lol:
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Cool story, and cool connection! During his Rickenbacker years, he once helped me place an order through the local guitar store for a Rickenbacker 360-12 upper pickguard that was later used to have his father Roger autograph.
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scoobster28 wrote:Cool story, and cool connection! During his Rickenbacker years...
I have a cool Martin, but unfortunately, it is a lowly 6-string, not a 7-string model. :( :P
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I meant "... during his [Henry's] Rickenbacker years..." when Henry used to work for Rickenbacker in their customer service.
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Henry recently friended me on Facebook, and we have had several pleasant conversations about Roger, The Byrds, Henry's music (he's in a horn band in NYC), and Camilla, a subject he only touched on. I got the feeling there was some disdain on his part, but I could be wrong.
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