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MarkHardingham

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  1. Hi everyone, Lots of interest and everyone is really helpful . . . . . . . . I still feel like a bit of an intruder, am now thinking, should I invest significant time and funds to give it a go? . . . . . don't know!! - Does anyone else struggle with all the decisions and choices? Mark
  2. Hi all, First - ceemonster - I don't know why your messages aren't getting through. Other seem to be able to message me. have you tried messaging anyone else? Thanks everyone - I'm getting more and more interested in the instrument and the feedback is really helpful and interesting - I've posted a few more pictures at this link http://savalot.co.uk/concertina/ What I think I've learned so far is that it's an english extended treble? . . . . NOTHING LIKE I FIRST DESCRIBED IT hope the pictures help. Mark
  3. Hi, I was just turning in for the night and checked the posts - what do you need to know?
  4. Hi folks, hopefully I am in the right area to advertise a concertina. I’m not actually a musician but the grandson of one! Following my grandfather’s and now, grandmother’s death, we are beginning to part with some of his possessions. I believe he played it for open air services when he was a minister, and this site seems to have members genuinely interested in the instruments and their music. It is a Lachenal Concertina. I believe it's a 56 button ‘duet'? possibly a baritone? with metal fret ends, metal buttons and it looks in nice cosmetic condition and it’s in its original case. (serial number 58874) My ignorance means I don’t know if it makes a good sound (it certainly doesn’t in my hands) - every button creates a sound although one of the buttons sticks a bit and one of the finger straps has broken. I don't know it's value so I'd be pleased to get members' input on this, or make me an offer. I have attached photos and will endeavour to answer any questions to the best of my ability.
  5. Hi folks, hopefully I am in the right area to advertise a concertina. I’m not actually a musician but the grandson of one! Following my grandfather’s and now, grandmother’s death, we are beginning to part with some of his possessions and this site seems to have members genuinely interested in the instruments and their music. We have a Lachenal Concertina, which I'd like to sell. I believe it's a 56 button ‘duet possibly a baritone with metal fret ends, m...

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