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  1. Happy 10th. I don't see you any more around here as you only hang out in the SOCN (I assume you still do anyway) but just wanted to wish you a happy TRF anniversary. You have always been very kind to me so I just wanted to pass it along... :cheers: and have a great day if you ever see this
  2. This is something that I've been wondering about for some time and I'm sure it's been discussed but I got no results from searching. For live performances of Seven Cities of Gold, Alex had a second guitar on a performance stand. On the DVD he goes up to it and strums the open strings during the outro, but I really can't hear it. I also remember him using it at the first Chicago show, to similar sonic effect. I noticed that by the Milwaukee gig in 2013, he stopped bringing it out. Does anybody have any clue what the point of the second guitar was? I can only guess that it was some kind of weird experiment that didn't really work out the way that Al wanted, so he ditched it.
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