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  1. Many thanks for all your thoughts 🙂 experience and words of wisdom... The 'odd keys' aren't odd in themselves, just that I fit to my vocal range and comfort, rather than predictable keys (and there is some room there to adjust, but varies song to song)... but I like the versatility of an instrument with a full chromatic scale, that's all. Interestingly your collective answers seem to favour the duet, but still a few favour EC, I guess I'll just have to suck it (or squeeze it) and see Maccannic - fingers crossed you're right about my touch typing! Thank you all 🙂
  2. Hello, I'm looking for advice please. I'd like to learn concertina to accompany myself singing. Having done some research, I think either English or duet would work best (since I tend to sing in odd keys and don't want to be restricted by the instrument). I like the sound of the lower concertina ranges, and think they would work best with my voice (I sing Alto), so tempted by a tenor treble or baritone English, but my money seems to go further with a duet. I'm wondering which type of concertina would be the easiest transition to learn as a piano player ? The English makes sense to me -
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