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SteveS

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About SteveS

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  • Birthday February 7

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  • Interests
    Nordic and English traditional music and song.
    I undertake concertina restorations.
    I play EC: Tenor-Treble Aeola, Baritone-Treble Aeola, Baritone Aeola, Bass, Miniature EC.
  • Location
    Asti, Piemonte, Northern Italy

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  1. My new Wakker Parnassus Tenor-Treble. One mod is I substituted the D#3 for a Bb2 on the left side.
  2. I made a 1 row melodeon at a workshop conducted by Emmanuel Pariselle about 5 years ago. Emmanuel runs melodeon construction workshops in France and UK in which he guides the building of 1 row or 2.5 row melodeons. Well worth attending one of these courses if you'd like to know how to build a melodeon - and the resultant instruments are extremely good.
  3. Interesting thread - and thanks for posting. I'm custodian of 2 concertinas that once played in Astley's band, the Oldham Concertina Band - a Wheatstone bass and a Lachenal New Model 56 key baritone.
  4. Hi Richard Do tell us about the new Wakker when you receive it. I received my new Wakker Parnassus TT about 4 weeks ago - it's a terrific instrument.
  5. Thanks - I didn't have time to look up 1950s model numbers.
  6. The number 6 stamped into the reed pan is a workshop number - it may be possible to work back from there in the ledgers to determine the serial number. Could this be your 'tina? http://www.horniman.info/DKNSARC/SD03/PAGES/D3P0740S.HTM
  7. Ah, being my usual observant self.....or maybe it was a senior moment
  8. I once had a set of bolts made, along with corresponding receiver plates, by Wim Wakker.
  9. Many years ago I needed an insurance valuation fairly quickly - I drove to Hobgoblin in Leeds to have this carried out. I rang ahead of time to ensure their concertina specialist would be available. I think they charged me a modest fee for the service.
  10. It appears it was bought by a leading concertina dealer.
  11. Take a look at this https://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/arthur-johnson-and-sons-auctioneers/catalogue-id-ibart10799/lot-d1f56b86-294d-477c-9aec-ac3f010a7265?utm_source=auction-alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=auction-alert&utm_content=lot-image-link Looks like someone has grafted a 20 key Anglo onto much larger bellows. A useful idea
  12. Here is a list of everything that's included These are prices today on the snapmaker website Snapmaker 2.0 A350, enclosure and accessories €2187 accessories: - 1x CNC platform (MDF wasteboard) - 1x Extruder hot end kit - 1x CNC bits - 1x PLA filament bundle - 1x Print sheet with double sided printing stickers - 1x PETG filament bundle this equates to £2001 (plus shipping) since the prices have gone up since I ordered mine. I am asking £1968 (plus shipping) I see from the manufacturers web
  13. Not concertina per-se, but this printer can be used for fabricating concertina parts, cutting fretwork, etc. I'm selling a brand new, unused, Snapmaker 2.0 A350 with enclosure and loads of accessories. Still sealed in original boxes. Some features: • Linear Modules • 3D Printing Module • Laser Cutting Module (1600mW, Built-in Camera) • CNC Carving Module (ER11 Collet) Here's a link to the manufacturers website. There is a long wait for these printers (anything up to 12 months) so mine is available immediately. It's cur
  14. I have withdrawn this from sale due to my return to Italy next week.
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