Dirge Posted April 16, 2009 Share Posted April 16, 2009 In fact -- if someone new to squeezing learns on an Elise, and then decides she would be better off in Maccann or Crane, then he's not invested all that much time and effort, since one can get pretty decent at Hayden in six months or less. That "quick learning curve" of the Hayden can lead to another type of Duet. He's learned phrasing and expression and bellows technique, and above all, how to operate each side of the brain independently. --Mike K. This is a really good counter to my argument Mike, and perhaps I'm being unduly pessimistic and you are right. I really hope so. Certainly the investment's much smaller than taking on a vintage 'box. You could buy and sell one relatively painlessly. Henri; I don't record myself much ("I'm a concertina player, not a bloody sound technician!"). I'll see what I can find. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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