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 on: Today at 05:08:28 AM 
Started by Guy - Last post by tirpous
The smaller Fuselli standard works well for me  ( http://www.manifatturefuselli.com/AccordionBagsStandard.aspx ).  It is sold for 2-row boxes like a Hohner Erica, but it's fine for a 1-row too.  I have a Peavey as well.  The Peavey is a tighter fit for the box but it's larger overall because it has many large accessory pockets.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:04:38 PM 
Started by Guy - Last post by Guy
I know this has been discussed before, but does anyone have suggestions for a reasonable quality padded gig bag for a one-row? I've looked at previous topics here, but the best suggestion was the Peavey PV 2k, which is either unavailable or only available from the US (I'm in the UK), and then the costs nearly double due to postage and import tax...and I need two. Any suggestions would be welcome, and apologies if I've missed a topic and am duplicating....

Thanks,
Guy

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 on: Yesterday at 11:02:13 PM 
Started by Stockaryd - Last post by Broadland Boy
If reeds obeyed Moore's Law, storage would be no problem by now, but being able to play with non-Moore's fingers would bring other aggravating problems  :-\

As for the smell, there is Febreeze, however beware, having treated myself to some cheap fixer-upper Tamron camera lenses recently (bless Pentax for they have kept compatability with old glass in their Digital SLR's) I'm rapidly getting to the point of finding something which takes the smell of Febreeze away !

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 on: Yesterday at 08:23:29 PM 
Started by Chris Ryall - Last post by Chris Ryall
from my scandi FB feed … but a very distinctive instrument?

Dear Musikkvenner and other friends. Last night (Sunday 28/5) I experienced all musikeres nightmare - to be stripped of their instruments. It happened in the middle of the street in Oslo after a gig then a " kind passers-by " should " help " me bring my 8 minute away to the car. He was a pro. It wasn't me...

He probably didn't know what was in the box (a wooden box. Custom made by Emmanuel Pariselle out of a vinkasse) and was probably a tad disappointed when he found out. English concertina enough not to hear it most lettomsettelige when it comes to hot, you'd think.

He might try to find buyers in different musikkmiljøer. Hornaas in Oslo has been informed, and you can help by keeping your ears and your eyes open for "bargain of a funny little accordion".

The instrument is a 64 knapps wheatstone aeola. No buttons missing (unlike in the picture), but the original flat skrua that it left the strap is missing and is erstatta of an ordinary "Biltema-Scrooge". game is recently renovated and has a new pod.

Feel free to share this message with people who you think might be appropriate. Thank you.

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 on: Yesterday at 08:07:43 PM 
Started by AnnC - Last post by Chris Ryall
Well done,Bob. Having legged to to try to set up a flat session in previous years I know how much work is involved. Thanks.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:33:20 PM 
Started by malcolmbebb - Last post by Theo
If you let me know next time you are logged in from work I can get your IP address from the forum.

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 on: Yesterday at 05:08:41 PM 
Started by Clive Williams - Last post by Ceilidhchris
I was tempted to offer The Fretful Porcupine, but in the end opted for Boxing Hares by Dave Faulkner of The Eel Grinders .

https://youtu.be/flHpiIcU6JM


Chris J

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 on: Yesterday at 04:20:36 PM 
Started by AnnC - Last post by AnnC
Well done, perfect location in the centre of town.
Did ask today if the programmes were out yet ........ maybe in another few weeks .... ::)

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 on: Yesterday at 03:24:21 PM 
Started by Karen Wadley - Last post by Phil Howard
Yes, playing by/from the dots means "from sheet music".

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 on: Yesterday at 03:22:53 PM 
Started by AnnC - Last post by Bob Ellis
Thanks, Jack. Yes it starts on Saturday 19th and there will be a session every afternoon until Friday 25th. All will be from 15.00 to 17.00 except for Sunday, when we have to give them extra time to clear up after their carvery lunch, which is served in that room. So, it will run from 16.00 to 18.00 on Sunday.

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