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Tim Hall

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  1. This is another pandemic-era acquisition that I’m now offering to a new home. This would make an excellent starter, travel or office Crane duet. I bought this from another C-net member a bit more than a year ago, but between increased busy-ness and some health issues involving finger arthritis, I’m looking to reduce the number of instruments in the house (especially those that aren’t getting much playing time). It has the “learner” colored buttons with the note names printed on the white buttons; 5 fold bellows, and is in good playing shape. It’s not in original condition, as the ends are
  2. Replying to say that this is still available - I haven’t logged on to the site for months.
  3. It came with a simple fitted (but not very thickly padded) case from Chris; I had intended to ship it with that for the asking price. If you want something more protective, let's talk. I have a couple of other cases I could swap out from other instruments.
  4. In response to a question via PM, the accidental row keys are (push/pull): LH: G#/Bb; E/D; Eb/F RH: g#/bb; e/d; g#/f
  5. So I confess I can’t play the thing and everyone wants sound samples ? Attached is a file with a couple of scales on each row and simple in/out chords. This is just my phone put on a chair a foot in front of the instrument - no editing, no talent. Enjoy. New Recording 2.m4a
  6. Still Available: Price Reduced. Here’s a lovely little G/D Jones Anglo which came from Chris Algar at Barleycorn near the start of the pandemic. Every few years I get the idea that I’m going to learn Anglo; but then I realize after a few weeks of work that my brain doesn’t do the Anglo thing, and I need to stick to my duet. So, presented here for sale is my most recent folly. Someone will make much better use of it than I can. It has steel reeds, bone buttons, lovely dark green bellows and, again, just recently came from Barleycorn with pads, valves and tuning done. Please contact
  7. I second the recommendation for a hard resin case, but as I get older and my arthritis gets worse, I’ve found the standard Pelican latches to be much inferior to those used on the Nanuk cases. I think the equivalent Nanuk is the 908. (Disclaimer - I’ve not seen a pelican 2075, but am basing this on the other Pelicans I own for my sound recording equipment.)
  8. I have a like-new condition Jackie English concertina from concertinaconnection.com for sale. $225 includes shipping in the lower 48 states. Will ship internationally at cost. Instrument is located in Louisville, KY. Can supply pictures if interested. Tim Hall
  9. I think you're right. What confused me was the price as well as the mention of interchangeable reeds, which put me in mind of traditional concertina reeds in dovetailed slots. Concertina Connection have contributed to my confusion, in that the original "Geuns-Wakker" name has now apparently been split into the two current lines. Sorry if I contributed to uncertainty rather than clarity.
  10. I'm a bit confused. Is this a Wakker model, made with concertina reeds, in which case it seems to be a heck of a value (current price 3200 euros for the base model), or is it a Geuns model, made with accordion reeds? This may make a huge difference for many potential buyers. Tim
  11. I have an as-new Jackie for sale. It is the second version, with the expanded treble range to c and omitting the duplicated notes of the original. It is a couple of years old, and has been kept in a smoke-free home. Original soft case and tutor included. I have enjoyed messing about with the English system, but I think it's time to admit that I'll not get the hang of the alternate-hand fingering patterns, and to let someone else have a go at it. New price is $270; I'm going to ask for $240, which will include shipping within the USA. PM or email me if you'd like photos or any other in
  12. Sounds like there's a real risk here of things not going well. Remember, if you're doing business over the net, your credit card company can be your best friend! Credit card companies have procedures in place for contesting charges. The Uniform Commercial Code (enacted in all 50 states, I believe) states that if goods received do not conform to the contract (this includes broken or damaged, as well as just receiving the wrong goods, both of which appear to have happened to other posters), you have the right to reject them. Document the problems, and contest the charges if the dealer ref
  13. I don't understand this auction, and not only the amount paid for the instrument. Look at the bid history. The highest 3 bids are all from this charlie chap, who bid at 350, 375 and 800. It was my understanding that Ebay will only increase one's bid incrementally so that one is the winner at the lowest possible cost. If the highest other bidder was only willing to go to 300, how did the final price go to 800? I reserve might have done it, but there's no indication of "reserve met" in the listing. Am I missing something, or should we all be wary of Ebay's "automated" bidding syste
  14. Well, I didn't mean to start another thread on pitch nomenclature. I called it a "tenor" because I'm pretty sure I had seen it described as such by Bob Tedrow on his website, but now (of course) I cannot find that anywhere. It is not simply pitched a major second above a standard C/G anglo; rather, the A row is pitched a fourth below the D row, instead of a fifth above as in standard tuning. I believe the D row to be the same as on a G/D anglo, but since I don't have one to compare, I can't be sure. This tuning is also described briefly by Ken Coles in his article on this website http://
  15. I am reluctantly offering for sale a gorgeous Tedrow Aeola anglo in D/A. My wife is expecting our second child, and because she's now a solo practitioner, we're going to lose quite a bit of income this year, and so several instruments are going on the block (Anyone want a clawhammer banjo or a nice small hurdy-gurdy?). This instrument has 6-fold maroon bellows with black papers, black ends trimmed in (I think) mahogany, and comes in a Tamrac camera bag that is a good fit. It is a visually striking instrument, and the action and sound are very fine. The image which I hope is attached below
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