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cobby

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  1. I also play Morris standing and have my fore arms vertical, but I tend to move the concertina around with the music style which allows my hearing a break from being that close. I have looked at neck straps but haven't found one which is suitable for me. If anyone comes up with other ideas to you please let me know
  2. I started on a Jackie and still use it as a change to my up grade lachenal. It's an excellent first concertina and the tutor book with it explains all the basics of the instrument. May I say welcome to the world of free reed music.
  3. malcolm

    just thought I'd add as a friend so you later on the 29th ken

  4. Alan thanks for a really nice tune a joy to play. Happy New Year to all Ken
  5. its cold but sunny here in somerset. But not yet ready for the REAL fire so dick van dyke can wait a few days. Although I rather be here than "up north". (only because of the weather, I must add).
  6. I'd join in with the garden idea. I don't have a problem with the neighbours it's the dogs that worry me Ken
  7. I have a similar instrument from Chris and had the same excellent service from him, he is also very helpfull with any little problems that crop up for a new player. Its now two years of trouble free playing Ken
  8. thanks for these, a joy to watch, makes me consider looking at a Duet
  9. Roo I feel I must add that I'm with the have a go at trying to learn to play team. It is a great instrument and would be worth a few weeks trying to see if you get on with it. Either way I wish you luck and if you do sell you get a fair price for it.
  10. thanks for these, wonderful tunes. I will have to work hard to get them right.
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