Show Us Your Melodica Photos and Artwork–Thread No. 2

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  • #9676

    Lowboy
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    Man and Melodica

    Lowboy

    #9677

    Herman van Aartsen
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    Hi Lowboy,

    Very very very nicely done! Do you allow me to use it as a background for my desktop? If yes, is a HiRes version available? I like the atmosphere of it. Many thnx.

    With regards,
    Herman

    #9678

    Jerry Ballard
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    My new Regina Accordina from Slovenia
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/zlUxNzazKZ7gMFcm2

    #9679

    Lowboy
    Participant

    Hi Herman,

    Yes I would allow you to use a high resolution image of my photograph on your computer as a screen saver. I do believe I have a high res image somewhere. I will put a note on my chalkboard to remind me to look this weekend. For other uses, please contact me for permission. Thanks for your interest. Please contact me on my SoundCloud page and we can swap email addresses and I can send you the file. Search on Lowboy Bootay on SoundCloud.com and you should be able to contact me by email.

    Regards,

    Lowboy

    #9680

    Lowboy
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    One word Jerry. WOW! Two words. Gorgeous. Bodacious. Lowboy

    #9681

    Jerry Ballard
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    Yeah, it’s really beautifully crafted. It has a brighter and more clarinetish tone than my Dreux. The downside is that the overtones make chords really harsh. The Dreux is much better for chords. But this thing is tight and loud so I think it may be a better single line instrument for performing.
    It’s nice to have 2 distinct sounds.
    I just got back from the Havana Jazz Festival in Cuba and talked to a performer who was using a Shure headset mic for his recorder-ish instrument, which sounded great, even with a full band. Just ordered one and will repout on how it works.
    Accordina are really hard to mic.

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 4 weeks ago by  Jerry Ballard.
    #9690

    Lowboy
    Participant

    Hi Herman,

    I have two high res images of the photograph you are interested in. Get your email address to me and I will send you a link for downloading. Lowboy

    #9691

    Lowboy
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    I see my first two images have disappeared. I have either moved them from the directory (doing a lot of photograph and file management work lately, or maybe I did not embed them properly. Will try again.

    Lowboy

    #9692

    Lowboy
    Participant

    I think I deleted a few photos that I shared during the process of deleting duplicates off of my computer. Here is another version of the colored melodica photo. Let’s see how this one looks. I don’t think I edited it. Lowboy

    Photo of Melodicas

    #9693

    Lowboy
    Participant

    Here is one I always liked. Lowboy

    Hohner Piano 36

    #9702

    Jerry Ballard
    Participant

    Sorry for the re-post but I wanted to see if I could get the images of my new Accordina to show up directly by using the ‘img’ tag…
    Regina Accordina

    Note: apparently not. 🤨

    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by  Jerry Ballard.
    • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by  Jerry Ballard.
    #9949

    Lowboy
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    Melodica in the grill.

    Photo of Melodica in Grill of Truck

    Lowboy

    #9950

    Lowboy
    Participant

    Looks like I need to try again.

    Lowboy

    #9951

    Lowboy
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    Melodica in the grill of a 1966 Chevy Suburban. I think I have it this time.

    Melodica in the grill

    Lowboy

    #10051

    Lowboy
    Participant

    Howdy,

    The more comparisons I make between the Hohner HM-26 melodica and analog synths, the more similarities I see.

    ModulationHohner HM-26

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