Just in....
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New report just in from the International Coronavirus Reportation Institute:

"World accordion accomplishment increases 32.549% as majority of accordionists revert to practicing in light of coronvirus fear."
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"In related news, accordionists have been shown to be three times less likely to contract Coronavirus, due to the fact that everyone naturally stays at least six feet away from them."
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#3
It was being trapped in my house that caused me to get out the accordion I borrowed several years ago but never got around to fooling with.
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#4
Great, Jeff!!!! Hope you like it, Robin.
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#5
Time to learn new tunes  Smile
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Playing diatonic and chromatic B-system, acoustic and Roland
Too many instruments to list  Big Grin
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#6
there's a lot of these going around, but I haven't spotted accordion yet....


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(23-03-2020, 09:36 AM)Wjozz Wrote: there's a lot of these going around, but I haven't spotted accordion yet....


Shy

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OK, Jazz, you asked for it.


What does one say to a five-string banjoist who’s wearing a three-piece suit?


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“Will the defendant please rise?”

(23-03-2020, 09:36 AM)Wjozz Wrote: there's a lot of these going around, but I haven't spotted accordion yet....


Shy

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OK, Jazz, you asked for it.


What does one say to a five-string banjoist who’s wearing a three-piece suit?


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“Will the defendant please rise?”
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#8
Good one!
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#9
Email from a friend:

              Have all the world's accordions not been turned into ventilators yet?

Which I thought was quite good :)
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(24-03-2020, 02:58 PM)Glug Wrote: Email from a friend:

              Have all the world's accordions not been turned into ventilators yet?

Which I thought was quite good Smile

I am not an engineer, but I will try to help out.

   
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