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Takayuki YAGI

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  1. Concertina Connection Minstrel anglo. http://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=19864
  2. Just FYI: http://www.concertina.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=4556&p=44886 so, Crabb, I think.
  3. I checked my 2 Lachenals and one has B/D push/Pull and another has B/C. IMHO pull D is usual for Wheatstone/Lachenal layout and push G is unusual. For me (I mainly play ITM without many chords), I haven't use that button and no problem.
  4. I think the Minstrel is new. And same price range as APJ and McNeela's Phoenix. Reasonably priced and looks promising.
  5. Kay Albrecht of aaccordion.com makes concertina with accordion reeds and has one for sale now. http://www.ebay.com/itm/162680329778 McNeela music now lists Phoenix (not Wakker phoenix) and Swan concertina instead of Swallow concertina.
  6. Barleycorn has one with L&Co initials on sale now. http://www.concertina.co.uk/stock-selection/?concertina=3010
  7. I once saw these initials(M&Co) listed on ebay in 2008, slightly different but similar. I didn't bid on it but it was a semi-miniature too.
  8. That reminds me of this (and this thread). The one in discussion was an anglo.
  9. I noticed that concertina shaped photo is William Jeffries'. So rare!
  10. Thank you all for your insights to the original post. For some reason it came up again on ebay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/391727245198
  11. Thank you for letting me know :-) I remembered your post about the Triskel project...
  12. Just found this miniature on ebay. http://www.ebay.com/itm/381947955957 Action mechanism looks English to me but reeds are riveted directly on one reed plate like early German concertina. In addition, arc shaped layout of the reed plate is new to me. Is this English make or German make ?? -- Taka
  13. Just for your information, here is a very old page about concertina weight. http://www.concertina.net/guide_weights.html -- Taka
  14. Listed on ebay now. http://www.ebay.com/itm/201793690736 I've seen many Scholer anglos, but English is new to me. Is this a same maker of Scholer anglos? -- Taka
  15. Thank you Theo for your effort. http://forum.melodeon.net/index.php?action=forumworks, but for some reason http://info.melodeon.net/doesn't work.
  16. Just for your information, semi-miniature Lachenal 30b is currently on the top of Greg's Holiday Pyramid. Please see here. However, as Theo said above, smaller sizes are rare and I am not sure if this one is within your budget......
  17. For example theButtonBox makes baritone anglo which is an octave lower than usual. My impression to the one in the auction is bass (two octave lower). I too think its for Cormac :-)
  18. Same here. I had a D/A German concertina that is one tone higher than normal C/G and have a G/D Lachenal that is lower than C/G.
  19. I once saw a tanzbaer 'mini' model in the ebay listing and that was hexagonal. It looks more like a concertina.
  20. According to this page, the weight of C1 is 1.14kg, C2 is 1.3kg and C3 is 1.81kg. You can weigh yours and will know which model it is.
  21. There are 18 versions of the site archived on the waybackmachine I roughly checked and the gallery didn't archived excerpt for the first page. Using the wget or tools like it, I can get gallery images and many files named details.php@something and they are plain html file. If anybody rewrite those files and links properly, I think, it can be preserved as a static site.
  22. My guess is Lachenal, with fake Jeffries stamp or Jeffries end plates because of the hooked action you can see in the 11th photo. Regards, Taka -- edited for typo
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