John Tedeschi started playing music again when his son took up the saxophone in the school band and needed someone to practice improvisation with. John had been playing the guitar since high school for fun, and playing with his son gave him the itch for more. He began buying more gear, practicing more, and when he retired he found the NAMM Foundation’s Museum of Making Music. John was looking for something to do in his spare time that he loves, and the museum fit the bill perfectly.
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