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June 22, 2017

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June 22, 2017

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May 3, 2010
Most people wrote that The Ventures inspired them to learn guitar. For me, it was my learning guitar that introduced me to The Ventures. My guitar teacher taught me how to play Walk Don't Run, Pipeline and Hawaii Five O. I used to bug my Mom for juke box money to play Hawaii Five-O every time we went out to eat. Finally, she bought me every Ventures album we could find at the local department store. I still play Walk Don't Run every once in a while. RIP Bob Bogle
March 16, 2010
Met Bob in 1965, when The Ventures played my college in California. I mentioned I had seen the group in Tokyo a few years earlier and he told me they were going back that Summer, as they did forever -- and likely still do. I was also going, to visit my dad, and Bob told me to come to see them. I stood on stage left and watched a great concert. Thanks for so many great musical memories.
Kevin Buey
March 12, 2010
Thanks Bob for the memories! To a great guitarist that all of Us will miss. Your guitar inspired me in 1959. I started playing because of you and The Ventures. I would like to share one photo with those here at the guestbook. When I was dying Bob and the Ventures came to my hospital room the night before brain surgery in Phoenix, Arizona. You will see him in this vintage picture with Nokie, Mel, and Don.
February 12, 2010
I just found out now. Thanks, Bob, for the never-ending pile of sweet guitar licks you've given me (and all guitar players) to mine for the rest of our lives. You made it all sound so darn easy! Rest in peace.
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