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Roger Sprung Folk Music Studio

7 Papoose Hill Road
Newtown, CT
06470
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(203) 426-5243
 
Our preferred brands include bass. ~a world champion banjo player~, bluegrass, folk, 5-string banjo, guitar, autoharp.

 

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