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Author Topic: B/C(/C#) means more bellows reversals than D/G - true or false?  (Read 7740 times)

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Re: B/C(/C#) means more bellows reversals than D/G - true or false?
« Reply #20 on: October 29, 2009, 04:56:30 PM »

I have come to the BCC# from D/G relatively recently and jumped straight in using all three rows, on the principal that they were all there to be used. However, as a result of a weekend under the influence of Graeme Mackay and his Grandad I do now practice scales regularly. I play a scale of A for example a few times through if I am going to tackle a new tune in A this gives me the 'feel' of A and prepares me a little for the places where a run of pulls could turn the accordion into a set of chest expanders, unless recourse is made to the inner row.

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