To-Tretur’s forty-four comments

  • Re: My Peeve with Flogging Molly

    I agree with all the comments about right place and right time. I think that Flogging Molly's popularity comes a lot form which label they were on when they became popular, the Epitaph labe is the most popular of the underground punk labes, meaning that t... more…

  • Re: What’s the weirdest..

    same as laitch, but it was a tuning slide from a flute, and I was passing it with the stick more…

  • Re: What kind of fiddle do you play?

    At the moment I mainly play a cheap student model, that sounds alright, but brilliant. I'm in the middle of trying to restore an old one though. It was made on Odense in Denmark in 1840, but I don't know who by. more…

  • Re: favorite tunes

    the forty two pound check more…

  • Re: Instrument Petting Zoo - sanitizing tin whistles

    the petting zoo idea's great. if it hadn't been for one of them i would never have had the idea of playing irish music, although I do apologise to the guy who let me loos on his fiddle all those years ago. more…

  • Re: Unusual Violin

    I've heard of these before, but never actually seen one, so I can't really help. Is there anywhere where you can find pictures of this, as it sounds very rare and unusual more…

  • Reel du pendu - reel du cordonier

    reel du pendu translates as the hanged mans reel, and reel du cordonier is the hangmans reel, not the hanged mans reel more…

  • Re: That bastard the guitar..

    I've picked tunes on my acoustic 12 string before, and although I'm not great at them, I would agree that a 12string sounds great picking tunes more…

  • Re: Is there anything else like this?

    I was surprised when I found an active morris side in Silkeborg, in the middle of Jutland in Denmark more…

  • Re: Starter Flute

    If you've got a friend who plays flute already, it might also be worth checking out antique shops and stuff like that, as thats where I got my flute. I don't know who made it, but it has a great sound and is fairly easy to play, and only cost £100, 'caus... more…