THE GREAT FREE-REED YOUTUBE THREAD

We have some evidence, however, that you may have to pay for the reeds.
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http://youtu.be/sBcVN227vjQ

Charlie Harris and Jackie Daly on accordions, the McGuire brothers Manus and Seamus of fiddles, from 1985, I believe.
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Joel Andersson plays an English concertina AND a harmonica AT THE SAME TIME

This is amazing !!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skJk6B1AXQY
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Video fluoroscopy (a low dose Xray video, in other words) of harmonica playing: shows what the soft tissues of the mouth pharynx and larynx are doing when you play various notes on a harmonica (including bending notes)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeTTs5bc_P4
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Parkwood wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-rZEdkK31oY

Jamie Smith's Mabon.... The is the very box I have my eye on!! Solid Mahogany...
Where do the reeds go if it's solid? ;)
It is a lovely box though, it's true. If only buying one would enable me to play like Jamie.
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