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Visalia Guitar Academy

1920 W Princeton Avenue
Visalia, CA
93277
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(559) 627-2619
 

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1 out of 5 stars
By Eric F from Tulare, CA
Posted Mar 23, 2009
 

I did'nt learn very much--too hard to understand teacher
 

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