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Keith Kendrick

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About Keith Kendrick

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    Folk music, concertinas, guitars, singing and ornithology
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    Winster, Derbyshire

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  1. Apologies only just seen you response question - I am not at all sure but, I will find out - all my anglos are tuned the same way for me and I've never really needed to know..:-) I will get back to you here.
  2. Morse Low D 30 button Baritone Anglo for sale. 5 years old. Virtually unplayed and in excellent condition with manufacturer’s fitted hard case. Amazingly deep and loud sounding, very fast box. Please visit www.buttonbox.com where you will find everything you could possibly want to know about this instrument and its build quality. This is a fantastic instrument and a credit to the maker but, is now surplus to my requirements. Collect only or, midway mutually convenient rendezvous for instrument exchange. Covid safe conditions guaranteed. Bacs payment in advance please. £2300.00 or off
  3. Many thanks to all interested parties. This has now been sold. Keith Kendrick
  4. Very reluctant sale! Supreme example of a Wheatstone 22 series fully restored to new condition by Roy Whiteley (hardly played since). Brand new 7 fold leather bellows, raised nickel silver plated ends and buttons. Beautiful, strident, yet sweet tone…bags of ‘throw’. Very powerful instrument – excellent for all kinds of dance music, ensembles, song accompaniment etc; Comes with hard flight case - £4000.00. Please PM me if interested or leave questions as a comment to this post. Collect only or outdoor Covid-19 safe rendezvous.
  5. Can anyone on this forum please put me in touch with Dean Onyon? Many thanks in ants - Keith Kendrick

  6. This is a magnificent, as new and eminently playable professional free reed instrument, personally commissioned (by the seller) less than 1 year ago for a specific project and is 8 months old from delivery. This, along with a similar 6 year old G/D (separately listed) represents the very best that this maker is capable of and in all the years he has been producing, I have never had a bad one in my hands. For this kind of quality you can’t pay less – new or used – it is a beautiful sounding and looking box and plays extremely well. It has metal ends, metal buttons and 7 fold black leather bello
  7. This is a magnificent, as new and eminently playable professional free reed instrument, personally commissioned (by the seller) 7 years ago and 6 years old from delivery. This, along with a similar 8 month old Bb/F (separately listed) represents the very best that this maker is capable of and in all the years he has been producing, I have never had a bad one in my hands. For this kind of highest quality you can’t pay less – new or used – it is a beautiful sounding and looking box and plays extremely well, responding equally to dance music and song accompaniment. It has gold plate metal ends, g
  8. It would have been, but the auction has been pulled. Hmmm... I wonder if someone pressed the 'Buy it now' button ? Would it show up then on the completed listings as being sold ... or was it a scam... or did the vendor get cold feet about selling ? All wrong. I'll tell you later; I don't want to tempt fate. Ok Here's the story. I used to own this instrument. A few years ago Mike Acott got in an edeophone that was a bit unusual that he thought would do for me and eventually I did a straight swap, his edeo for this aeola. I have never settled to the edeo so when this aeola c
  9. Can anyone enlighten me as to who is making the best concertina cases in leather or otherwise at the moment please. Is there anything as good as what John Holman used to do? I heard that he is no longer in the trade - is this true? Cheers Keith
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