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At 7:54pm on April 11, 2010, Patrick Michael Alaggio said…
Your music is a warm breeze amidst a winters soul...
At 7:42am on February 16, 2010, Micaela Kingslight said…
Wow Kade,

I love your guitar playing. Its beautiful and inspiring! Do you ever perform in Michigan? I know a good house concert/coffee house that you can play.

Micaela
At 11:00pm on January 31, 2010, Brian Henke said…
Hey Kade,
How are you doing? Are you headed to Winfield again this year? I'll for certain be there myself. I guess last year just wasn't enough abuse and punisment for me, so I'm headed back for more.
Hope to see you there, although it would be nice not to have to follow both you and Kyle again!

Brian
At 8:02am on January 31, 2010, Vince Serrioz said…
Kade,

Enjoying your music and clean picking-Thanks!
At 10:25am on January 30, 2010, Tony Kerry said…
Hi Kade

Greetings from a cold afternoon in London, England.

Thanks for the welcome. Enjoyed your playing...Blueridge make good guitars and you made it sound great.

Happy Plucking

Tony Kerry
At 9:59am on January 30, 2010, Daniel White said…
Hello Kade! Thanks for the invite. I played from a teenager until my mid 30's and then put it down for 25 years. I have just started up again. Dan.
At 4:49pm on January 29, 2010, Old Man said…
Hey Kade.
Thanks for the invite.
Say, you play a Blueridge too, and I can see many other guitars you had played in your photo album.

Peace
At 10:02pm on January 17, 2010, Greg 'Fence' Pickett said…
Hey Kade,
Dont think I am being rude, but when I first saw you name I thought that my daughter was mucking around. Her name is Kate Pickett...lol
Thanks for the request and will now go and check out your vids.
Take care
Greg
At 11:59am on January 15, 2010, Marcy Dunagan said…
Hello! Thanks for your invite. Beautiful harmonics on "When the Wind Blows". Have a great day, Marcy
At 5:34pm on January 14, 2010, Aaron Yoon said…
Hi, thank you for your invite. There are so many nice people here. I am glad to be your friend!!
At 4:12pm on January 14, 2010, Nicholas Tee said…
Kade - Thanks for the invite, it is gladly accepted. Lets stay in touch and a Happy New Year to you. Regards, Nick
At 11:59am on January 14, 2010, David Rosbon said…
Hi Kade, thanks for your freinds invite, will be updating my profile soon. Happy Playing. Dave
At 4:19pm on January 12, 2010, gary christian said…
Hey Kade,
sorry for taking so long to respond to your request. I just returned today from Montreal ,Canada from my father's funeral. Glad to be your friend. talk more soon.
cheers.
At 6:02am on January 12, 2010, Michael Rosendahl said…
Kade,
I grew up very poor and my first guitar was a Sears Silvertone, that I bought for 6 dollars, after selling my bike. I was 12 years old. I then got a Woolworths guitar for Christmas when I was 15. My mother knew I wanted to play, but did not have the money for a nice one. In 1971, I bought a very nice Yamaha for myself. I got married the next year, and had two kids, so it was 1977 until I bought another, which was an Alvarez Yari. I waited about twenty years to buy another. I found a Martin 00-18 at an auction and bought it for $600. The bridge was loose, so I had that fixed and put another $300 into it. Then I sold that one on ebay and got $1400 for it. Then I bought an HD-28B with that money, plus some more. I was 55 years old by then. So it didn't happen overnight. Now I am building guitars for my grandkids. I don't even know if they will play. The oldest is 6. If they do, they will have a nice guitar to play.
At 7:32pm on January 11, 2010, Michael Rosendahl said…
Hi Kade! Thanks for the invitation. I just joined today. I am a player turned builder. I have been playing over 40 years. I have been a woodworker for 20 plus years and decided to learn how to build guitars. I went to school at Custom Pearl Inlay in New York for two weeks and learned guitar construction and inlay from Dave Nichols. I have a large, well equiped workshop and I am just getting started building guitars. I built one while in school with Dave, and it is the best playing and sounding guitar I own. I will post pictures as I progress. How about you? What is your history with guitars?
At 2:59pm on January 11, 2010, Derek Robson said…
Hi Kade,
Whats happening?
Derek Robson
At 10:32am on January 11, 2010, ColeClarkGuitarsNA said…
Kade,

Thanks for the add ! Wow, you are a great player ! Hope the new year is treating you well.

Brent
At 8:11pm on January 10, 2010, Bob Quinn said…
Hey Kade, thanks for the add...you're a fine player and a great one for our community!
At 7:21pm on January 10, 2010, Dale A. Lardie said…
Thanks for the invitation, Kade, I see you're a songwriter! I love your gray monotone color site. My regular job is a millwright,so, I deal with fabrication of stainless, mild steel, aluminum, etc, and some of the brushed finishes that I end up using on hotrod engine applications (my email is cobratorque@yahoo.com), and your page made me think of those textures. A coworker of mine, a welder, created a diamond-plate aluminum covered Gibson that sounds incredible, and looks very funky,,,,I'll try to get a pic of it...Rock on, Brother.................Dale Lardie
At 2:49pm on January 10, 2010, John J Brock said…
thx for the invite///the ol brother hubbard was very nice

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