Special credits & Thank You’s to all the people who supported me in my journey! Danu & Donnachadh GoughTommy Hayes I remember seeing him with Stocktons Wing in the early seventies and he opened my eyes, and my ears, to the possibility of the amount of tones you could get from a simple drum. Donal Lunny For an important tip that I apply to my Bodhrans to this day. I could not understand how he was getting the doubles and trebles playing with his finger. He smiled and showed me he was tipping the back of the skin with a finger, hmm simple eh. I still cannot do it Gino Lupari From the group 4 Men and a Dog, who gave me the idea of the sound chamber. Johnny Mc Donagh (Ringo) Who gave me the idea of the double skin. He has the very first one I made. All great players and salt of the earth.Mick Crowley (Crowley’s Music shop 27 Mc Curtain St Cork, Ireland) Who gave me advice on the design. He was very surprised that I listened to him, and even more surprised when I applied it. It helped to improve the sound. To my Neighbors on both side’s:Eric and MarliesToine and MiriamWho helped me put theory into practice. Also for putting up with the smell of goat. A very special thanks to Isabelle who guided me and put up with my luncy and galavanting since we met. The other 3 Sarah, Roisin and Emer who grew up with it and never noticed that I was a bit nuts until they got common sense which was very early. I love you 4 to bits Thanks also to all the players and Shamans around the globe who choose to play on my Bodhrans.