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Why do YOU DIY? Answer for my college research paper.
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Old 6th November 2009, 07:53 AM   #41
sangram is offline sangram  India
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1) DIY A is a process to get closer to the music than you would be able to with equipment bought off the shelf.

2) To get closer to the music than I could with equipment bought off the shelf. Also to have a creative outlet for my analytical side.
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