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Jim Sutton Institute of Guitar

23014 Quail Shute
Spring, TX
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(281) 350-0406


5 out of 5 stars
By Adrian B from Houston, TX
Posted Apr 16, 2009

Jim is great! Start taking lessons from him today.

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