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5610 S 48th Street
Lincoln, NE
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Our preferred brands include banjo. We can assist you with all ages welcome, banjo, drum, guitar, piano and uke. Individualized instruction tailored to your needs, faye brown & ian brown, instructors, 30+ years of experience.

 

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