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Wild Goose Music

1641 3rd Ave. NE
Rochester, MN
55906
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507-398-9499

rochesterlessons.com
kylehaack@gmail.com
 
We provide individual lessons and group classes in guitar, mandolin and bass guitar. We have over 10 years experience and love to teach beginners!

 

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