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  • How do they compare to other harps?

    Are they at the same level of quality as, say, a Larry Fisher or Larry Egar harp, or a Camac harp? I'm having trouble finding any reviews online.

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  • Bricksy, so do you still like the Appalachian as much as you seemed to like it when you posted about 5 months ago?

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  • Steve is setting up an Appalachian for me and I'm hoping it will be ready before I head out for Christmas break. We get the whole week off with pay where I work so I'm hoping to spend some quality time with the Appalachian :)

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  • I just bought an Appalachian fiddle from Steve Perry at Gianna Violins. This is such a beautiful instrument, ideal for just about any kind of music. Steve adjusted it perfectly. I am 100% pleased with my fiddle and would recommend Gianna's to anyone looki...

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  • New site

    Just wanted to inform you that I had to move the abc transposer away from the old server at 8ung.at,

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  • New website

    New website: http://www.open-whistle.com/en

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  • This is a very nice tune played and written by Andy Cutting

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  • Quena, open flute from Peru. Five kinds of vibrato!

    It is an amazingly expressive instrument. I watched a YouTube tutorial that demonstrated five different ways to get vibrato.

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  • Now I know!

    Saw Jonathan's comment on this discussion, have followed it up, and now know what I have is a 'Quena', an Andean flute in low G. I am starting to work on mastering this baby! Will be on the lookout for one in low D, once I am in control of this one!

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  • French wooden open whistle

    I bought an open whistle at a craft fair in Amboise, in the Loire Valley in France, a couple of years ago, for €18. I bought it as a curiosity, and have still to get a note out of it. It is of very good quality, made of wood, with thick walls and the ho...

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