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Curtis in Tx

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1915 Honer in F
« on: August 13, 2018, 05:36:03 PM »

 Im having issues posting a pic , stand by please
My 4 year old grandson helped me rewax the bass reeds on this and is testing it.


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Re: looking for A3 reed and Parts sources in USA
« Reply #1 on: August 13, 2018, 07:13:24 PM »

I have dug out a 45 mm reed that in a very old block is blowing by mouth between a sharp B and a flat A sharp . Dont do chromatics but I guess its A or will tune there. Its dirty and a T reed were A3 is I know not.Pic If you want it i can drop it free in the post when I return to the UK 25th or I can moan and post from France but that cost two euroes.Pic dirty side.

Ok just saw in Texas so dont know cost from france should only be much the same ????

If you are stuck its very small
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Re: looking for A3 reed and Parts sources in USA
« Reply #2 on: August 13, 2018, 08:21:48 PM »


...I'm restoring a 60's Camerano accordion (that I had on display) with my Grandkids.
The 4 year old asked, what is that ?
the 6 year old asked , can we play with It ?
The 9 year old asked, Can we fix it ?...


Hello Curtis and welcome. I can't help you with the reed, I'm afraid, but the instrument sounds interesting. Love the 9 year old's response. Sounds like another engineer. Do you have a picture of the instrument?
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