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About saguaro_squeezer

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    Let me get back to you on this, but many and varied around music, flight, motorcycles, Islay Scotch and once I start the list it could ramble on for quite a bit ... except for many of the current governments of the world.
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  1. I really want the Wheatstone Crane. I'm just trying to figure out how to pay for it!
  2. Joseph, you should advertise this with the US Concertina Association on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/usca.wcc/ Kind regards, Rod
  3. Hi Lynda, Here's a link to a site that should help you. https://concertinamusic.com/key/ I'm imagining that they're in the key of C, since from my limited experience, the alternate keys are generally found in larger instruments. Give it a try and let me know what you find. Kind regards, Rod
  4. Hi Lynda, with that key layout ... and I’d love to see a picture of the left side ... these are Chemnitzer-style concertinas. You might also go over the the US Concertina Assn's Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/usca.wcc/ and post the question to them, too. They're pretty friendly people. kind regards, Rod
  5. 99.9% of the time I sell through this or other instrument-related sites that I frequent. I have had good luck with the German e-bay site, https://www.ebay-kleinanzeigen.de/s-bandoneon/k0 for the Bandoneons that I bought, but sort of held my breath with each transaction. You can hopefully tell in the pre-sale emails whether or not the person is reputable. Kind regards, Rod
  6. Dave, there's that rumor going around that the regulations for instruments have been updated and allegedly that everything not Appendix 1 does not require a certificate. I looked at the appendicies here: https://www.cites.org/eng/app/appendices.php and only found one Ebony and it was on appendix 2. Worth looking into ...
  7. Oh No! I just got my copy of "Ditty Box" a month or so ago and had been having some nice correspondence with him on a couple of topics I'm so sorry to hear this.
  8. Steve, if the S/N is18587, that puts it near my big Maccann and I agree that it surely has steel reeds. Geoff could, of course, correct us.
  9. Sadly, I must sell my Tedrow 30 button Harley-inspired CG. I got it from Dan Worrall It is one of only two or three of Bob Tedrow's Harley-inspired Anglos. It is in nearly mint condition. It's a Jeffries layout, The hybrid reeds are efficient and the action is fast. I switched the 1st Row RH last key so that I could play runs on the push better. It is tuned in quarter comma meantone so that the chords would be sweet. This link on Bob's site describes it and posts some audio clips (mine is the one in meantone tuning): http://hmi.homewood.net/harley/ I'd always wanted a square-ended anglo since they are not so common. A square-ended Anglo very like this one in appearance is at the Gettysburg museum in Pennsylvania. Attached below (and in Bob Tedrow's article) are some photos. The case is a nice, heavy leather and well padded. Price $1750 plus shipping and insurance ... payment via PayPal. Contribution to c.net if it is sold here. PM me if interested.
  10. Reluctantly, I need to sell my Crabb mini. Plays well, in excellent condition, original fitted case also in very good condition. $1500 plus shipping, etc. Contribution to c.net on sale. PM me if you're interested.
  11. Carl, what price are you asking and which WInchester (geographically)?
  12. Might be a Hohner ... since the Boss is a big Harmonica guy, too.
  13. Hi Lefruss. Like most things, it depends on how cheap you need to go. Your cheapest Hayden will likely be a Stagi. Your chepest Maccann will likely be a 39-key Lachenal. Both will be under $1000, but your shipping will vary. Isn't there a c.net member in Japan who plays Crane Duet? Perhaps he might weigh in.
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