Well Dwight, just look around on the web. Some builders use mitered joints and match the wood across the frames. Things like that show the skill of the builder. Like musicians, some are more skilled that others. No Offense meant to anyone.
I just feel that if you are going to spend that much money on fine wood and stress how beautiful the wood is. But then just put the pieces together in a mixed matched fashion you loose something. Think about it. Take your time with that wood you bought. Do it right. You will be pleased with the results.
I am 71 years old and tonedeft and i want to learn t
o play the accordion. But I need help. What I did was number the button top to buttom 1 to 10 and a v whjen pushing the bellow and a u when pulling the bellow. for the left hand buttom i use t for top and b for bottum. if someone plays 2 button at sametime i use a+ so anote would look like this v7t u8b etc. the i use2/4 4/4 6/4 8/4 for beats. try this song without left hand. 4/4 v8 u8 v7 u7 u6 u8 v7 u7 v6 u6 u7 v8 u8 v7 v6 u8 v8 u9 v8 u8 v7 v6 u7 u7 v6 . please send me some song writting this way .I am going to Chicago July 5, till Aug5 2007 and would like to have 10 or 15 song to learn on my trip. thank you very much . jerry
Thats just about one of the pertiest accordions I've seen to come out of Larry's shop. Larry is not afraid to try some different woods in his work and it sure pays off. He showed me one made from Peach last year. Got the logs of an old Ruston Peach farm in north LA.
Talk about pretty.
Get back down and visit when you get a chance Marc.