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Outerwave_Allen: OuterWave will be at O'Malley's on Main St. in Seal Beach, CA on Sunday July 6, 2014 3:30 p.m.
23 days ago

mom_surfing: ArtS...if you had come to the southern outer banks you could have played with me
21 days ago

RobC: Looking for "surf music in unusual placess thread. Searched to no avail. Help!
19 days ago

Brian: @RobC: this thread? http://surfg...
17 days ago

RobC: Thanks Brian. Found it.
17 days ago

bigtikidude: Less than a month till the convention. Shock
15 days ago

Emilien03: Big Grin
10 days ago

bigtikidude: New poll up, http://surfg...
5 days ago

Noel: Lots of friends playing shows all over the place this summer, and I wish I could be at them all.
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SurfGuitar101.com was created by Brian Neal. The server-side code is written in the Python programming language using the awesome Django Web framework. Client-side coding was done in Javascript, making heavy use of the jQuery and jQuery UI libraries.

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