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John Wild

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  • Birthday 03/31/1949

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    I play English Concertina and Hayden Duet. I play solo at local folk clubs, and play in the band with Kettle Bridge Concertinas, a local small ensemble in Mid Kent. Members have mixed ability levels, some very experienced players, and some beginners.
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    Gillingham, Kent. U.K.

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  1. The description states English-type concertina, but the button layout would suggest an anglo.
  2. If your system accepts bluetooth devices, I can recommend the Sony WF-XB700 earphones. https://helpguide.sony.net/mdr/wfxb700/v1/en/contents/TP0002757640.html
  3. If you are using EasyABC, there is a transpose function in the edit menu.
  4. Or check the books section of Dave Townsend's website, as it was originally published by Serent Press.
  5. Thank you. This seems to have split into two topics. I have my order, promptly delivered, and reported this in the topic Contemplating the concertina. https://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?/topic/24374-contemplating-the-concertina/
  6. I received my order today. Very prompt. Thank you.
  7. I am reminded of the instruction on how to tell if there is a woodworm in a wooden-ended concertina: count the number of holes in the fretwork. If it is an odd number, there is a woodworm in there. If it is an even number, it has left already.😀
  8. Thank you. I am considering a birthday gift for a friend. If you could post a notice here when in stock, that would be nice.
  9. there are reputable concertina players in Lewes who could be trusted to take photos if permitted.
  10. If you use Facebook, there is a group called Lost Glasgow. If you post the image there with the story, you might find people with memories or some kind of archive record.
  11. I think you need two compartments in your brain, so that you can think of them as separate instruments. When switching from one to the other it is as different as switching from either one to a an accordion or bandoneon.
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