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Frank Hardcastle Guitar

3800 W Interstate 40
Amarillo, TX
79102
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(806) 373-7540
 
Our specialties include all styles, bass instruction, beginners to advanced, free trial lesson, guitar & bass instruction, guitar lessons and guitars rented. We can assist you with all styles, beginners to advanced, free trial lesson and guitar & bass instruction. All styles beginners to advanced guitars rented.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Don Vierstra from Buena park, CA
Posted Aug 20, 2010
 

Hello,

Frank use to be in a band called "Toby Rean and the common people" back in the early to mid '70's. Toby was my step father at the time. His real name was Toby Minter. Rean was his middle name. It was really cool to hear their music clips on Amazon.com from Outa Space album. Frankie is a very talented Musician. I remember him playing that steel guitar like it was no one's business! I hope that this is the same Frank Hardcastle I remember. I am sure he remembers My mother Karen. She always loved him and his family. The Hardcastle's where such down to earth people.

Thanks,

Don

dvdesign1@yahoo.com

 

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