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Re: New Ed Poullard box in D

I'll post the picture in the header, but have been too busy at home to do it. Hopefully will find a few minutes tomorrow morning before I go to work. Congratulations! NICE box!

Re: New Ed Poullard box in D

Wow. Now that sounds like my kind of box. Sorry, but I just don't go for some of the funky color combinations. Just can't beat that natural wood grain IMHO. Can't wait for the pictures.

Uh, Midwest Accordion Summit? Is that for real or still a figment of your imagination? I would be up for that either way. I'm in Montana but have family in midwest so could talk my wife into the trip. Lot easier to get to than LA but MUST do that some day soon.

enjoy the box


Re: Re: New Ed Poullard box in D

Hey Hal, on the box on the left in the current board photo, what is the wood, what is the stain, what is the face-plate made of. Looks like a burl veneer. Nice looking box. Reminds me of tobacco, but in a good way!

Re: Re: Re: New Ed Poullard box in D

That's curly walnut all around, walnut stain. According to Larry it was his last piece of walnut he had before he retired. Love it. Plays like butter. So smooth and sweet sounding. I could play it all day every day.


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