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  1. I just picked up a 3d printer about a month ago. I haven't played my concertina enough to need a replacement button yet however. I don't think there'd be any problems with printing a button. If you are going to play with it outside a fair bit or in warmer temperatures I'd probably recommend PETG over PLA for the material as it holds up to the elements better. I haven't worked with PETG myself yet, but it's supposedly close to PLA in ease of printing but with higher temperatures. Seems someone had the idea already though, so there is a 3d model already available. https://www.thingiverse.
  2. Hi Frank, I just started learning to play the anglo concertina myself about 2 months ago. From a self-taught perspective I found Gary Coover's books to be very helpful as it introduces a relatively easy tablature for the instrument. He has book's for all music types you suggest you'd like to learn. However, they are all for the anglo concertina (that I'm aware of). Good luck on your decisions. Greg
  3. No Susan. It's just a handle I've used for gaming for years. I use it for pretty much any account I make now a day.
  4. Hello everyone, I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Gregory. I'm from north east Pennsylvania, USA I bought a Stagi W-15-MS about two months ago and have been teaching myself to play. I was lurking here a bit before that.
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