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Kautilya

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Re: harmonica
« Reply #40 on: May 28, 2011, 02:34:27 PM »

By the way - I wanted to take my 'Highlander' out with me today - but didn't fancy taking it out in it's fancy presentation box that it came in...so I looked around the house and found the solution...an old glasses pocket...fits and works a treat!
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Tip taken!
Now, what will take a Hoher superchromatic with slide button? Glasses' case a tad short.....

Anglesey Highlanders, see also recordings and videos
and or
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f2MOv9X8hts
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Kautilya

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Re: harmonica
« Reply #41 on: May 28, 2011, 02:39:00 PM »

have now had my hohner highlander mouthie for a couple of months and am delighted with it. It is the sort of insttrument that  you pick up for a ten minute play and are still playing half an hour later - or more!

I also had the pleasure of doing a duet of Athol Highlanders with Kautilya (2 hohner highlanders) at Bull Bay festival at Easter.  If there are any still availble at £32 ish they are worth grabbing.
How are others that bought them getting on?


george (happy but positvely puffed!) :D
You only sounded a bit puffed then! -- go see
 recordings and videos (no mention of bagpipe majors.... >:E)
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