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Name: bertille
From: Paris
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This is a fabulous work.
Thank you
 
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Name: Sj Proctor
From: Los Angeles
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I bought a book and stared at it vaguely hoping it could at least explain the straps. Purchased brand new and absolutely had them backwards never noticed difference in length. First point i heard in your clip was exactly what i needed to know! im confident that the other lessons will ease me along just fine and now i can just scrap this silly book (23 pgs total pssh)
 
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Name: Christina J
From: Long Beach, CA
I discovered your site just days ago. I look forward to reconnecting with the accordian. I use to play it when I was (10) or so. My brother-in-law purchased the one I have now, since I sold the original one I had to a family member that doesn't want to sell it back to me--it now has sentimental value to her. During Christmas I purchased a guitar for my neice, she's 7. Walking into the guitar store made me want to go back to music. I'd like to surprise the family with a classical piece soon. I hope to pay something forward as you have by providing these lessons. Thank you
 
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Name: John Caplins
From: Montross Virginia
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Thank You so much for the lessons. They are a great service for those who cannot afford regular lessons.

73's
John (KC3LX)
 
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Name: Bill Mertton
From: Truckee,CA
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Thanks for setting up your lessons on this site. The accordion was quite a standard instrument for kids to learn to play back in the late 50's, but somehow it passed me by. Was in Scotland last summer and saw a local group playing dance music in a pub and I was hooked! Picked a 48-bass for easier transport and your lessons are speeding me on my way to competency. Cheers!
 
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Name: bujo_tang
From: belize
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thank you for your contribution to Accordion.
 
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Name: JD
From: Reading, UK
I really appreciate you putting so much work into this, the lessons are going to be a great help!

All the best,
JD
 
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Name: Rev. Phil Sliwinski
From: Muskegon, MI
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Name: Annie
From: Utah
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I just love your site, Duane. I play several instruments, all by "ear," including the accordian. My problem is that I'm limited to playing songs that I've actually "heard." I have an old Noble Power Tone (probably 50 years old)and I'm ready to start learing to read music. I think your lessons are going to be just perfect to help me reach my goal. Thanks so much for taking the time to make this very special and informative website.
 
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Name: JeffreyG
From: Philadelphia
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Howdy.

Thank you for your free lessons. They have been the most wonderful thing. I started about two months ago with a 12-Bass found in the bulk trash, and I'm now at Lesson 8 and bought a used 120 Bass.

It has been such a pleasure to play, a pleasure I wouldn't have without your efforts.

Best wishes!
 
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