Thanks, Tom. I hadn't been aware of them. The only concertina I spotted on their site was a 10-button 1-row kit
that doesn't look like anything I've seen before, so I'm pretty sure that they actually make it:
Here's a Google translation of the page:
The Concertina (concertina) to build your own -
The finished instrument is diatonic, has 10 buttons and corresponds to the C-series of two or three rows of Concertinas. The scale runs from left seamlessly into the right hand.
For 260 SFr. We provide everything necessary for the construction of the kit in a concertina-Kartonkistchen:
- The complete prepared, sorted material (over 250 items)
- The prepared voice-install kit
- Detailed plans and instructions
The instrument is technically simple as possible, but not a toy with amazing range!
The kit-box can be delivered as a package. Of course, we offer assistance with problems.
Matching the Bastelörgeli we provide for those interested an A3 photo sheet on "How does my Örgeli" is available. All kits can be sent by mail werden.Für more information, click on the following representations, or to the PDF overview "Örgeli kits (all variants) at the bottom.
Of course, we offer assistance if you should unexpectedly lose its nerve.Definitely an odd one, but I guess I should add it to the list. Does anyone who actually reads German have anything to add?
I recently came across this link on the Chiff and Fipple Forum on Free Reed instruments. http://www.akkordeonwerkstatt.ch/
While they are obviously primarily accordeon makers, they do appear to make a concertina. I say "appear" because I can't read German, so it's my assumption that they make them rather than re-badge them or act as agents for someone else. Of course, I am open to correction. Apologies if they have been mentioned on this thread before. I looked and could not find them, but my eyes aren't as good as they used to be.