michael sam wild Posted November 25, 2009 Share Posted November 25, 2009 I agree about a good new player using G/D. The same thing happened on box when Jackie Daly and Maitin O'Connor played other boxes than the 'standard' B/C Paolos etc. Tim Edey is doing the same thing on D/G melodeon I reckon. I don't think chording opportunities are the issue I think it's best kept minimal with broken chords and some drones and little 'bass' certainly not oompah! Until I hear a player who can accompany like an understated bouzouki or guitar i'll need convincing. I quite like piano accompaniment to ITM but there aren't many IMHO who do it sensitively It (G/D) would open peoples ears if it were good Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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