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Numbers of the various Wheatstone Models?


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#19 scoopet

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Posted 20 December 2011 - 11:55 AM

I don't think this one will ever get flipped.....unless you know of anyone with a 56 key baritone treble aeola for swaps :P
it would make nice 'brace' with your model 22 geoff! :)

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Posted 20 December 2011 - 12:09 PM

I don't think this one will ever get flipped.....unless you know of anyone with a 56 key baritone treble aeola for swaps :P
it would make nice 'brace' with your model 22 geoff! :)



Hmmmm... yes it would indeed ! Swap for my Baritone Treble 56 Aeola... errrrrrrrrrrrrr?????? :unsure:

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Posted 20 December 2011 - 01:36 PM

hi dick,
I've got a rare 'big beastie' as well.....Its a baritone however not a baritone treble.Its got raised metal ends ,with intricate cut fretwork, a flat reed pan( geoff start salivating :) ) and basically looks like a big early model 22...its number 22890 ish.I think its a model 27?


Mmmm .... Lucky You! B)

My first English was actually a beautiful #22.
However, I found the notes just a little on the squeeky side & much prefer working with the more mellow tones you get from the bigger beasties.

That's why, if I ever go for a Treble again, it'd have to be a wooden ended one.

Horses for courses, of course .. :P Posted Image

Cheers,
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