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Re: Yes, 2 row accordions worthwhile including in the mix.

Thanks for the insight on the "2-rows". As I am continually learning this style of Accordeon, I am seeing more & more how that is true. Having studied some Tex-Mex for a while, I am quite often throwing in all three rows in my Zydeco as well, sometimes coming out as a mix of the two styles & quite pleasing sounding, especially with just the two Reeds going. Being this new Site is especially for Triple-Rows, I'll be adding a section especially for the Double Rows because of their importance in the evolution of the 3-Row Diatonic. Since there are so many knowledgeable players/posters here I'm wondering if it's ok for me to quote some of the wisdom from you players by cutting & pasting them from time to time in the Blog section. I just want to GCWCID (Give Credit Where Credit Is Due), especially since I'm not the Go-To Expert on this Style. After all these years, I'm finally getting serious about learning Triple-Row Zydeco & have much yet to learn about it. "Everything & Everyone is my Teacher" - always. Thanks again. Peace & Zydeco-To-Go !

Re: Yes, 2 row accordions worthwhile including in the mix.

Feel free to quote me all you want. No problem.

Re: Yes, 2 row accordions worthwhile including in the mix.

Guys-excuse me for being brash, but why is this thread not happening on said new forum!
This one has been swamped with those annoying drug ads so the sooner the zydeco forum kicks off the better in my opinion, maybe it could include a cajun row page.
Peace in the middle East.

Re: Yes, 2 row accordions worthwhile including in the mix.

I completely agree..
after I said I would not be back...

This site is corrupted..
And the site has corrupted my computer.

Outta here.


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