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    Good to Be Back!

    Good to be back with you all.

    The last month has been hectic and grueling. The holidays,followed by CES in Vegas, then the Jazz Conference in NYC, then NAMM in Anaheim. Phewww!!

    The shows were very successful and it's been great to see many forum members at the shows, but I also missed being in chat and on the forum.

    Glad to be back among friends.

    Gary

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    Who's this? We've really missed you sir. However, we all wore our fedoras to compensate. Kind of like the child with the teddy bear except no sucking thumbs.
    Now, you feeling much better?
    Styxx

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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Time to sit back and relax, read a comment or two on the forum, clean the ole fedora...
    ...
    ...OKAY that's long enough!

    Glad to have you back in the friendly confines!
    [Music is the Rhythm, Harmony and Breath of Life]
    "Music is music, and a note's a note" - Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong

    Rich

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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Quote Originally Posted by Styxx
    However, we all wore our fedoras to compensate.
    ...and mine doesn't look nearly as cool since I shaved all my hair off!
    Christopher Duncan
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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    It's nice to have you back Gary!




    Dan

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    I was lucky enough to sit next to Gary on the way back to Seattle Sunday evening, catch up (without having to compete with 1000 people), and hear about all the good stuff that was happening at NAMM. It's great to see good things happen to good people, and it sounds like plenty of good things happened to Gary and his posse (OK, so he doesn't wear a cowboy hat, nor is he a rapper, but how else would you describe the folks that attend events like NAMM to support Garritan ) at NAMM. Congrats and welcome back.

    Tools like GPO and JABB allow creativity to be unleashed, and that's priceless. Hats off to Gary and the other folks who help us make our dreams come true.
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    http://www.patazzarello.com

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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Welcome Home G!

    Next Stop: Texas!
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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Glad you're back safe. Hope you get lots of R & R. You deserve it.

    Karl

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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Garrett
    Glad you're back safe. Hope you get lots of R & R. You deserve it.

    Karl
    Somehow, knowing how he is always thinking about the next big thing, I think Gary would turn "R & R" into "R & D" Heck, that might be his idea of R & R anway.

    Glad you are back, Gary!!!. We've missed you.


    Jerry


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    Re: Good to Be Back!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry W.
    (Styxx, I bought my Fedora. now, which is front and whch is back on this thing?
    The tilted side goes to the front.

    "A hat's not a hat till it's tilted..."
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