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Seán Ó Fearghail

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  1. I was hoping to make a c sharp / g sharp linota copy... Was planning on using salvaged reed frames... But will rethink that as well... Reed pan were my main concern.. If i couldnt do that..there was no point...
  2. Thanks a million Dana. I appreciate the info and the reply. New, new year resolutions made! Plenty reading and researching!
  3. Thanks Chris. More to mull over.... while humming Dr. O'Neill's for the foreseeable future....
  4. Would i be barking up the wrong tree with a little compound table and mini milling machine.. like ...
  5. Interesting idea. I'll definetly look into it. Thanks Inventor.
  6. It was more the cost that was putting me off the CNC but they have come down in price. Anyone have any home friendly versions?
  7. Hi. Curiousity is getting the better of me.... Would anyone care to share any ideas on a modern take on the lachenal / wheatstone router? I've seen a few ideas on previous threads but im trying not to go down the cnc route....?
  8. If anyone is looking for a set, or spare brass lachenal reeds i'm setting a salvaged set here on eBay.... http://www.ebay.ie/itm/-/201494632253? Happy new year everyone!
  9. Now gone. thanks for all the questions. Seán Ó Fearghail
  10. May be sorted.. thanking everyone who got in contact.....
  11. I don't suppose there's anyone selling one of these?
  12. Thank you so much to everyone for the info. I really appreciate all the advice.
  13. Thanks very much for the information Ross. I appreciate it.
  14. Quick question on different woods, number 1- a dipper clare model, looks to me like the sound board and reed pan is mahogany? is this the case? and number 2 - bellows frames from C. jeffries, (Praed street) are english sycamore? Any info gladly welcomed. thanks to all. Sean
  15. just spotted this, no connection. http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=261321904781&fromMakeTrack=true&ssPageName=VIP:watchlink:top:en
  16. Just incase it doesn't work for people... Selling this for a friend of mine. Jeffries Concertina, C/g 38 key. Got it from Chris Algar in 2009. Very sweet tone. Stamped C. Jeffries on right hand plate. 7 fold bellows.
  17. Selling this for a friend of mine if anyone is interested… located in Limerick, Ireland. http://www.donedeal.ie/brassandwind-for-sale/jeffries-concertina/5905071
  18. just spotted on ebay, no connection, is it genuine? http://www.ebay.ie/itm/DIPPER-CONCERTINA-ANGLO-31-BUTTONS-WHEATSTONE-/130953227258?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item1e7d6babfa
  19. Yep, exactly what Geoff said. He probably explained it better than i did.
  20. Yep, We'd call a C/g our 'd' concertina, a Csharp/Gsharp an 'Eb' concertina and a Bb/F a 'C' concertina etc. suppose its the association with other instruments (a 'D' flute/tin whistle etc.) the main key we're playing in. An for 20 button, I have never come across a 20 button in a session/ concert here ever. Maybe it would be a new trend to start though.
  21. Hi, just clarifying.... is this a Bb/ F? (for all the Irish lads that would call an Ab/Eb a Bb concertina)
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