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  1. Super wheatstone tenor treble aeola for sale from the early 1930s Played and owned by Tom jukes, and was his main instrument for twenty years or so. Could do with a few new valves if I'm being picky. £2850.... Would consider a trade for a good wooden ended treble or baritone. Instrument is in Devon, south west England 🙂
  2. Hi Randy, Both my children have recently started learning English concertina using a ‘normal’ tutor treble lachenal , kindly lent to us by Paul hardy. They are 8 and 10….it’s a nice responsive instrument and they are progressing rapidly …no problems with it being too big. They are both having piano lessons as well and so are able to read music. Best Simon
  3. Hi Steve, Tourmaline metal Patination liquid will patinate new metal parts in a few seconds….it works well and very easy to use!🙂
  4. Just asking for a friend in France.......🙄
  5. Hi Mike, Do you have a list of English concertinas that are for sale please? Best wishes Simon
  6. Are you after wooden ends and steel reeds Geoff?
  7. Looks absolutely fantastic David! I have no experience of crabb concertinas...how does it play compared to, for example, a good Wheatstone tenor treble aeola please?
  8. Hi little john...I'm a bit confused 🙂....Do you want an instrument starting on the c below middle c....on the RHS?
  9. I have a large edeophone baritone pitched in b flat, it is a really good instrument, fantastic fun but not quite as good as it could be....until now! Several people/ restorers have tried to make it great,but it's a fickle beast especially at the low end.A couple of months ago I was down in South Devon, so I took it into Nigel Sture as one of the end bolts was slipping and I hoped he had a replacement knocking around in a box....He was adamant ,that as well as sort the bolt he could get the thing playing consistently and quickly through the bottom end.....I was doubtful.... Anyway I picked it up yesterday....Nigel had aged ten years in 2 months.....he had revalved it, a couple of different ways before he was happy with it, he had replaced reeds which were weak, and wouldn't remain in tune, he had fixed air leaks around certain reeds.....he had gone beyond the call of duty, and the end result is the edeophone plays beautifully, quick and lively with a remarkable even tone through out. He also charged me his standard valve replacement and tuning price despite the job, taking a ridiculous amount of time. I am really impressed with the job , so I thought it was worth mentioning here, and that Nigel deserved some credit where others have struggled. All the best, I'm off now to play it, again. Simon
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