need a well made prima

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Liesse Langlois

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Feb 17, 2012, 10:53:06 PM2/17/12
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balalaika. Not a tourist instrument, but a master one. Any
recommendations? Would like the name of a master in Russia, or
Germany. Or of a well known manufacturer of quality instruments.
Thanks!

Jason Adamik

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Mar 8, 2012, 9:12:49 PM3/8/12
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I would also like to know some makers to contact. It seems very hard
to find a 'real' instrument vs. a beat up one on eBay or cheap
playthings.

Thank you for any leads on where to buy good quality balalaikas.

-Jason

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Neal Carey

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Mar 15, 2012, 7:13:22 PM3/15/12
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Try:

Valerij Grebennikov in Moscow http://www.balalaika-master.ru/
or
Andreas Gerth in Germany http://www.andreas-gerth.de/balalaika.htm

- Neal

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