AlexCJones Posted January 20, 2004 Share Posted January 20, 2004 (edited) I've been slowly learning to play MacCann Duet on a 57 key Lachenal. The lowest note on the left side is a C, but the G above that one is "slower to speak". After I press the key, it's as if some extra air needs to go through it to get it going, and it is kind of irritating since I must slow down when I get to that note when doing scale excercises (if I am on a push stroke). Also, it is making me develop a habit of only playing that note on the Draw, since the problem only happens on the Push. I had the same problem with one note an a 30-key Norman G/D Anglo, paid to have an accordion guy fix it (he didn't) and ended up selling it. What makes this happen, and what do I do make it stop (or rather go faster)? - Alex C Jones Edited January 20, 2004 by AlexCJones Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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