Bill was a hero to me. I knew him anecdotally. I met him in my adopted home city of Toronto. He gave me a spontaneous crash course on how to bring the thumb down on the second string for Foggy Mountain Breakdown. Bill spent the next four hours with me, teaching me one great concept after another. In the years that followed, we were in contact here and there, and we always chatted about this and that. He once called me on the phone, out of the blue, to tell me that he had come up with some improved washers for his Keith pegs and that since I was a registered owner of three sets of his pegs, he wanted to send me these improved washers at no charge. It wasn't just me, he was like this with everyone. Professional, ethical, generous, and kind. I very much enjoyed all the chances I had to be in contact with Bill Keith. I will remember him very fondly
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