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John Trygve

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  1. Richard, that's a great question. I didn't really consciously ask myself that. However, I think in the back of my head I was thinking about the push-pull of a diatonic versus pushing and pulling based on the phrasing of the tune. Anyway, it's a question for down the road now, as I've just bought a 48 english lachenal. It's due to my home tomorrow. I feel like it's Christmas eve! J
  2. Thank you every one. Very helpful advice. I think I'll be buying up from the get go. John
  3. I should say, I'm willing to pay more for a box if it's an instrument that could still be used beyond "starter" status, or if it's something that could be worth a bit in a trade-up to something more expensive. Thank you.
  4. Hello, I’m looking for advice on what to purchase. I have a cheap 20 key anglo concertina, which I play from time to time, but I’ve played string instruments for a long time. For some time now, I’ve wanted a concertina with chromatics and to accompany singing. What are some recommendations for a first English concertina? I looked online at a 30 key baritone English concertina (“Jack”) from Concertina Connection. Would this be appropriate, given my situation? John
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