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Re: Re: Good laugh on Ebay

hahah, that was good.

Re: Re: Re: Good laugh on Ebay

Dang! Larry looks good for his age, no?

Judging by the eBay blurb, he'd have to be
what .. 126 years old by now? :-)

I always knew that playing Cajun music keeps you young!


Re: Re: Re: Re: Good laugh on Ebay

The box actually has some nice woodwork on it. I love that burl faceplate on the bass side.

I wonder if bellows could be found for this thing? I also wonder what those little metal plates are on each end of the treble side?

Looks like one of the bass buttons is sticking up too high.

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Good laugh on Ebay

No wonder Larry's retiring this year!!!

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Good laugh on Ebay

That faceplate looks exactly like one I have on an old hohner two row my great grandfather found somewhere.

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