I couldn't find it either and the link to the supplier for UK had a sound
sample that was GHP (I didn't try them all).
I did email a Q to Poppy but maybe some of you may have the answer.
The question was if it can be plugged into an amp. If so, it could be quite
an interesting instrument in a group, methinks.
Anyone tried it?
Colin Hill
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From: "Gerard Mcelwee" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: [NSP] Re: NSP Technochanter


> The NSP fingering is not indicated on the website - or at least not that I
can see Poppy
> The website itself is fascinating though and there are some wonderful
links to Swedish tunes which are well worth a perusal.  Thanks
> Ged
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> What makes you say that? The one he made for me has nsp fingering.
> Poppy
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> Sounds impressive, but GBH or ssp not nsp.
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