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KTTC-TV Rochester: Professionals test out brand new instruments made by students

RED WING, Minn. (KTTC) --- Heads were bobbing, fingers drumming and feet tapping at a guitar show in Red Wing Wednesday night. It's an annual rite of passage for a group of students at Minnesota State College Southeast, but it wasn't the students performing.

While the students worked hard for this moment --- it was the six-string creations that were on display --- creations of the Guitar Repair and Building program. The guitarists aren't showing off their musical talent, but rather their carpentry.

"I knew I wanted to work with my hands and I knew I wanted to do something with music," 2nd year student at MSCS Caleb Holst said. "So, this is where I ended up."

View the story online:

https://kttc.com/news/2019/05/15/professionals-test-out-brand-new-instruments-made-by-students/?fbclid=IwAR3_pttjWKRGhfHqfLU4wBz28FC-l9hkkZF99P3DYoVFROiVe99aBpzOtvM 


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