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  1. any trebles available for swapsies Jim?
  2. its got 35 buttons , if anyone's interested!!
  3. lachenal english ebony ended new model tenor excellent 6 fold bellows very large,but very responsive reeds concert pitch interesting bassoon/oboe type sound excellent condition apart from a few of the buttons have the tips worn off at angle. range is from c below mid c to the fsharp above the c above mid c...30 something buttons would like to swap it for a very good treble,maybe brass reeded....
  4. does anyone know the tune "davey's" or does it have a more common name? as I've looked on the session and can't find it anywhere. thanks , simon
  5. if you search on you tube for...concertina virtuosity no 1 ..there's a chap ruling on a treble aeola.Can someone tell me the name of the tune please and the name of the player.thanks in advance
  6. No offers of any baritones so far on my other thread so does anyone want to swap one for my treble aeola its ebony ended 48 key 1911,fretted between the buttons(81 fret?),steel reeds, as new 6 fold bellows,revalved,bushed and touch tuned last year.its particularly strong,and thick sounding right through the range and plays excellently.
  7. does anyone want to swap a wheatstone aeola ebony ended treble for a baritone?Its number 25000ish ,steel reeds , 6 fold bellows..................
  8. he does still have it........ it is however 3 thousand pounds...
  9. hi robin, I'm not sure if i want steel or brass reeds...what do you think?I shall be playing it mainly at home I guess.I've got your old metal ended machine gun if I want to make some serious noise in public!!! Chris ..next time you're down in devon I'll give a surfing lesson if you want one! you're never too old
  10. you've got a deal chris....your wheatstone baritone for one of my vintage surfboards? What do you fancy a 9'6'' bilbo or maybe a 7'0 creamed honey single fin pintail from '76. You won't need a leash just take your one off your edeophone
  11. maybe an ebony ended edeophone baritone then barry!!
  12. I'd like to buy a vintage wooden ended baritone english.probably brass reeds,but not definitely.Any help or leads appreciated.(this WILL be my last concertina!) kind regards, simon
  13. thank you for all the advice.However I'd really like to try and get a period leather case if at all possible.
  14. old leather case wanted for large concertina. Its 71/2 inches across flats 81/2 inches end to end and, 81/2 across the top from edge of thumbstrap to other edge of thumbstrap. not bothered how beaten up it is.am happy to mend,stitch and glue! kind regards, simon
  15. are there any significant "performance" differences between a wheatstone boyd and a lachenal boyd?and as seems to be typical of lachenals is there a huge variation betwwen one lachenal boyd and another? how do your 2 lachenal boyds compare with each other Rob?
  16. thanks for all the responses ........hi john, looks like I'm going to have to go to france to see chiton1 .....fancy a day trip on the plymouth to roscoff ferry!!?? best wishes, simon
  17. thank you very much for that stephen.Now, where can I find one!!!
  18. can someone please give me a history lesson about this concertina dealer?were the concertinas made for him by lachenal/wheatstone? special?do any members here have one or have first hand experience of playing one? thanks , simon
  19. thanks chris, I now think its a variation of Primrose lasses...the last track on the album.looking it up on the session its similar but still not quite right?!
  20. hi all, have been recently listening to dervish's album.."live at johnny fox's" and need help identifying a tune. It is the last track of the album..no.13...but the last track of no.13!!!It starts at 3.40 ish on track 13.please help with name /sheet music.. best wishes simon.
  21. hi , I´ve recently acquired a 20 key ward of liverpool..lachenal...anglo number 86000ish..circa 1900.Its in CG in old pitch, with lots of bellows holes...they´ve been thoughtfully retaped in insulating tape.The reeds all seem to soundish..but can´t undo a couple of end bolts to have a poke and fiddle.... steel reeds,mahogany ends, a couple of splits and the bellows are five fold by the way. Basically it needs restoring!! however,I´m only learning....the english concertina.So here goes, does anyone have a similar conditioned(i.e needing restoration)brass reeded english concertina they´d consider swapping for it...... best wishes from devonshire, simon
  22. yes, that's the one....thanks chris.
  23. that photo is one of the photos of the baritone treble that was on a long thread on here about 3 months ago ,that I think from memory eventually sold on ebay for over 4000pounds.So your bristol/isle of man concertina is definitely a scam!!
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