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    nice little list!

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    Not so little anymore and growing
    Feel free to add more places everybody
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    Well, Canada has the National Music centre
    The US has the National Music Museum in South Dakota

    the Website has an extensive list of instruments of various kinds--including many guitars & guitar like instruments...
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    I wouldn't go out of my way to visit this next one, but if I was in the neighbourhood, I might check it out.
    American Banjo Museum

    The neighbourhood being Oklahoma City, OK
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    The Mahwah Museum in Mahwah NJ has stuff about Mahwah--so not just music, however they do have an exhibit on Les Paul who was a resident there for a period of his life...
    Mahwah Museum Les Paul Exhibit

    As well-
    Play a Les Paul Guitar Session-
    Indulge your Guitar Fantasy!
    Play one of Les Paul’s guitars at the Mahwah Museum.
    Guitar lovers and Les Paul fans can play some of these very special guitars once owned and played by Les. By appointment, for 45-minute sessions, musicians can play alone or together for a donation of $25 each. There is a maximum of 5 musicians per session, and maximum audience of 5 at $5 each admission.
    Which would be cool...
    How close is Mahwah to you dB?
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    interesting- Mahwah is probably about 45 minutes from me. I didn't even know there was a museum. Might be worth a trip up there

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    Might be?

    Might be?
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    I'm sure I'll run up there one of these days- we often have gigs up there

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    So next we could head to Kansas City to visit the American Jazz Museum

    I am not any sort of Jazz expert or even aficionado, but the older I get the more I appreciate at least some forms of jazz...
    but with live music, a variety of exhibits & kids' stuff this could be a cool place to drop by.
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