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in Buy & Sell
Posted November 23, 2020
Posted November 22, 2020
Edited November 23, 2020 by Jim Munro
Selling a Sean Fallon made, double Anglo case.
It is in excellent condition. A few minor insignificant blemishes.
I am the original owner.
Posted January 11, 2020
Edited January 12, 2020 by Jim Munro
If you would like more pics, please pm with your email and i will send a bunch.
Please see pdf to answer your questions. Standard Suttner A4 C/G layout.
Not backwards. One air button..
Posted January 10, 2020
New Year Bump
Posted November 15, 2019
Edited January 24, 2020 by Jim Munro
Excellent condition. A4. C/G Ebony Ends. PM for more info if desired
A number of people have asked. Yes, I can ship from either Canada or the US.
Posted August 29, 2019
Edited September 8, 2019 by Jim Munro
Dipper rebuilt. Sounds great, plays great, looks great. Sold.
PM for more details if you wish. Thanks
Posted December 6, 2018
Posted September 20, 2018
Edited December 6, 2018 by Jim Munro
Suttner A4, Jeffries layout. 38-key.
Excellent or better condition. More or less flawless.
Ebony ends. This is an earlier model with darker ebony ends than a lot of the newer ones.
And many feel play, and sound better.
$5100 US plus shipping, etc,
PM for more pics and info.
in General Concertina Discussion
Posted May 25, 2018
I have been having the same problem.
Posted May 2, 2018
Edited May 3, 2018 by Jim Munro
Dipper rebuilt Jeffries Bb/F. Modern tuning.
If you like the sound of a Jeffries, this is the holy grail.
Plays like a dream and honks as clear as a bell. Cosmetically superb.
PM me for details, info, and more pics if desired.
in Concertina Videos & Music
Posted March 5, 2017
Posted June 9, 2013
The cd form of my recording is now available for those who expressed interest,
It is available from me :
Or here: http://jamesmunro.bandcamp.com/
downloads still available at above and:
Posted April 5, 2013
Thanks for that Michael !
I was of two minds with regards to a cd, as most people I know don't listen to them any more, and they seem to be on the way out.
We seem to be on the cusp of another techno flip. Actually past the cusp......
But there is quite a bit of interest so I will go ahead and get them.
And will post here when it is ready. Sometime in the next couple of weeks I should think.
Posted March 28, 2013
Edited March 29, 2013 by Jim Munro
Which Way Is Up¿ It's A 'Tina 'Tina World
A recent recording playing various instruments and featuring anglo concertina. My take on a dog's breakfast of styles and genres from originals to traditionals.
Or here if one wishes high quality lossless files such as FLAC, etc.
Check it out if interested.
Posted October 1, 2011
He calls them customised duets here.
and you can see what I assume is his baryton here playing Chris' piece.
Posted September 30, 2011
Yes I believe that is correct Leo. Tona had some excellent musettes posted here, but he seems to have removed them. I have them recorded but he might not wish them posted.
Posted September 29, 2011
Does anyone know if there are any full cd recordings ,or the like, of someone playing the "Franglo" , other than the snippets one finds here or on utube. Thanks.
Posted February 3, 2011
Concertina is sold.
Thanks for the interest.
in Teaching and Learning
Posted February 1, 2011
Excellent Ear Training tool:
Posted January 20, 2011
Immaculate condition. Not Mint but close. 1927. A440.
For questions,details,pics. jsmun(at)telus.net
$5400 plus shipping
Posted December 7, 2010
Edited December 7, 2010 by Jim Munro
"By the way, any recommendations for books or online courses for B/C button accordion?"
The best beginner Irish accordion book: The Irish Accordion Tutor
Great player and readily answers questions, very clearly layed out.
Posted November 17, 2010
In the notes to this youtube video they mention the "jazz legend Pietro Valente", who I assume is the older gentleman who appears at one point. Does anyone know anything about him? Is he a concertina player? Are there recordings of his playing?
Posted October 4, 2010
Edited January 20, 2011 by Jim Munro
Posted July 24, 2010
Edited July 24, 2010 by Jim Munro
The rest is musicology and real estate.
Posted July 16, 2010
Sorry about the double post.
I would say that is a Bb/F instrument,not C/G as is stated on youtube.