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Re: Visiting Seattle: any looping advice ?

If there is, I want to know how to find it. I've never heard of one.
On Fri, 2/19/16, Elmer Fuddski <jakebrakesrule@yahoo.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: Visiting Seattle: any looping advice ?
 To: "Loopers-Delight" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
 Date: Friday, February 19, 2016, 3:57 PM
 I heard there's a pretty good Red
 Light District there.           
                             Luca - Unguitar
                             Re: Visiting Seattle: any
 looping advice ?                            
                             Fri, Feb 19, 2016 11:51:30 PM   
                             Ciao Luis !
 quando vieni a trovarmi in Italia ?
 I'm packing things up for Seattle, Kronos
 quartet looks like the best 
 music event
 during my stay, not bad !
 Talk you when I'll be back !
 best best,
 Il 20/02/2016
 00:25, Luis ha scritto:
 > Yo Luca bro
 como estas?
 > cual es el nombre de ese
 vino magnifico de tu familia?
 > Lo quiero
 comprar y looperar!
 >> On 18.02.2016, at 23:56, Luca -
 Unguitar <luca@unguitar.com> wrote:
 >> thank you Ted
 >> it
 looks like someone thought I was posting a vulgar
 >> I thought there was a
 looping scene over there.
 >> I will do
 the EMP if I'll have the chance.
 >> My best,
 >> Luca
 >> Il 15/02/2016
 18:46, Ted Killian ha scritto:
 I can concur that the Experience Music Project is well worth
 seeing and experiencing.
 >>> Tickets are $22 and may seem sort
 of expensive, but just walking around the outside of the
 building is free and pretty spectacular all on its own.
 It's too bad that Paul Allen eventually diluted the main
 thrust of the museum from Hendrix and Music to Sci-Fi
  paraphernalia and broader pop culture.
 >>> In
 case you doubt me, the current BIG show there is called:
 "Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello
 >>> I went to the grand opening of the
 original Hendrix exhibit. That the facility's raison
 d'être has devolved to this is beyond sad.
 On Feb 15, 2016, at 9:23 AM, Per Boysen <perboysen@gmail.com>
 >>>> I met a guy there who had
 created a Jimi Hendrix museum (famous local
 >>>> boy). Unfortunately, I
 didn't have the time to go and check it out,
 >>>> but he and other people, told
 me it is worth seeing.
 >>>> It might also cool to check
 out The Space Needle. And the closely
 >>>> located fish market. Not only
 fish sold there, it's more like a
 >>>> gigantic flee market but I
 guess it got its name from being located
 >>>> close to the harbor?
 >>>> Greetings from Sweden
 >>>> Per Boysen
 >>>> www.perboysen.com
 >>>> http://www.youtube.com/perboysen
 >>>>> On Mon, Feb 15, 2016 at
 5:51 PM,
  Todd Elliott <toddbert@gmail.com> wrote:
 >>>>> I reccommend a lengthy
 visit to the Fremont Brewing beer garden. When the
 >>>>> world starts looping, you
 will have had enough.
 >>>>>> On Sun, Feb 14, 2016
 at 10:58 PM, <luca@unguitar.com> wrote:
 >>>>>> Dear all,
 >>>>>> I'll be in Seattle
 from Feb the 20th till the 25th.
 >>>>>> Any looping advice
 >>>>>> thanks,
 >>>>>> Luca
 >>>>> --
 >>>>> http://alisongmadrigal.bandcamp.com
 >>>>> http://toaster.bandcamp.com