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  1. Well, thanks, folks. I'm not a concertina person, so after staring at a bunch of picture at Button Box, figured it was a Geordie. Thanks for correcting me! The pitch is relatively high, so I would assume it's a treble. If anybody wants some sound files, I'm happy to make them, but I can't "play" the thing. I'll just be squeezing it and pushing some buttons. It's clearly a lovely instrument, I would prefer that it go to someone who's going to use it well, and who knows what they're getting. That's why I requested an account here. It's still for sale. If there's no interest by the end of the week, I'll go to Craigslist and Ebay.
  2. I've got a Morse Geordie tenor anglo for sale... see separate thread. I'm in California, USA.
  3. I have a low-serial number (115) Morse Geordie tenor for sale. This concertina was bought quite a few years ago and the guitarist in my band tried to play it. Her hands just don't "work" with concertina so she gave it to me, probably 7-8 years ago. I'm a woodwind player, and I can use the concertina for about 5 minutes before I cramp up. In other words, this instrument has barely been played and I simply can't use it. I'm going to stick to whistles and clarinet! The bubble wrap is still lying in the carrying case! Seriously, it's in absolutely perfect condition. I can attach pictures to this post if desired. $1900 + shipping. I'm in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. EDIT - some pictures
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