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Murphy Method camps are taught using the acclaimed tab-free, learn-by-ear Murphy Method. "More playing and less talking" is their motto, and class sizes are kept small so you get a lot of individual attention. 

Winner gets their choice of camp in the next 12 months. See details and dates for camps > (Note: prize includes tuition only. Winner responsible for travel and accommodation expenses.)


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