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where is Larry rogers ?

1/12/2004 3:17 PM
jt where is Larry rogers ?
Can any one tell me what happen to Rogers Amplifier. He had a web site for repairing vintage amps as well as making custom cabinets. I cant seem to find hin anywhere.  
Thanks jt.
1/25/2004 4:45 AM
drowned in his own bullshit
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1/25/2004 7:33 PM

shut your hole he was a good guy you prick
1/26/2004 2:02 AM
What do you mean was?
What do you mean was? I haven't spoken with him in about 2 years........I liked him, nice guy. Please don't tell me something happened to him.
2/14/2004 3:47 AM
John Kelley Brown Re: where is Larry rogers ?
Considering he built me the best 4x10 tweed Bassman combo cab I've ever seen, where's the bullshit?  
John Kelley Brown
1/26/2004 6:07 AM
Someone asked a while back on the Weber board, said it wasn't worth keeping the website at this time. He's still open for business, just decided to lose his web presence for now  
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