FT: Uilleann Pipe Chanter for Bouzouki or Mandolin?

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FT: Uilleann Pipe Chanter for Bouzouki or Mandolin?

Post by Patrick D'Arcy »

Hi Folks,

Anyone out there interested in trading a mandolin or bouzouki for an uilleann pipe chanter? I also have an old tenor banjo, there's no name on it but from what I can gather it's a Vega, that I would trade also.

If you are interested shoot me a PM.

Cheers,

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Re: FT: Uilleann Pipe Chanter for Bouzouki or Mandolin?

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I did some more research and the banjo I have is most likely a Slingerland.

PM me for pictures of chanters or banjo.

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Pat, my tenor banjo is a short scale Slingerland, vintage 1927. If you PM or e-mail me a photo, I might be able to help ID yours.
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Here are some photos of it for ye....

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Ayuh! That looks like a fraternal twin to my baby. :-)

I have the nice maple resonator, too, which I usually leave on.
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Re: FT: Uilleann Pipe Chanter for Bouzouki or Mandolin?

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Nice. It has that nice old plunk-a-tee-plunk sound, as opposed to the plink-a-tee-plink :thumbsup:

I also wanted to clarify, I have the chanter and the banjo. I am looking for a mando or a zouk.

Thanks folks!

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Sent ya a PM, Pat
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