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  1. I have a 30 button C/G Edgley with Wheatstone fingering for sale. I bought it directly from Frank in 2011. It is in "like new" condition. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. Frank described it as being a distinctive instrument. It comes with a hard case. I paid $3100.00 US dollars for it in 2011 and am posting it for $2500.00 US dollars plus shipping and handling. If you have any questions or would like to see the instrument via Video Call (Skype or FaceTime) feel free to contact me. My direct cell phone number is (920)905-9642. My name is Kevin.
  2. I am still selling my 2010 Edgley wooden ended Professional model. It is a beautiful instrument in perfect condition. I have been firm on my price. I paid $3100.00 US dollars in 2011, and wanted to get what I put in out of it, but I am willing to take offers. I am in need of money to move my wife, baby and I to our new home while I go to nursing school. That said you might get a great deal. Resellers feel free to contact me. I am considering lower offers, that I have turned down previously. Here is the description and picture from Frank's blog: 4/ "Special" wooden-ended "Tree of Life" model. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. This will be a very distinctive instrument. (see May 3, 2010 for design appearance) #336 I have included the photo from Frank's site I have some more photos that I can send to your email. I am having trouble uploading more than one onto this post. Attached Thumbnails I am very sad to let it go, but I am not playing it, and it needs a good home. My cell phone number is (920)905-9642. Feel free to call with inquiries. Thank you kindly.
  3. I am selling a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering #336. It is a professional model which Frank has described on his blog as having a very distictive tone. (2010) I tried listing it on Ebay a while back with no results. I am the original owner. The instrument is in perfect condition. "like new" The reeds and bellows aren't even broken in. The instrument is located in Oregon. If you have any questions, want to see more pictures, or want to set up a Skype call to see the instrument contact me here or call me directly. My name is Kevin. Cell:920-905-9642 Attached Thumbnails
  4. I am selling a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering #336. It is a professional model which Frank has described on his blog as having a very distictive tone. (2010) I tried listing it on Ebay a while back with no results. I am the original owner. The instrument is in perfect condition. "like new" The reeds and bellows aren't even broken in. The instrument is located in Oregon. If you have any questions or want to set up a Skype call to see the instrument contact me here or call me directly. My name is Kevin. Home: 541-899-5567 Cell:920-905-9642 Attached Thumbnails
  5. I am selling a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering #336. It is a professional model which Frank has described on his blog as having a very distictive tone. (2010) I tried listing it on Ebay a while back with no results. I am the original owner. The instrument is in perfect condition. "like new" The reeds and bellows aren't even broken in. The instrument is located in Oregon. If you have any questions or want to set up a Skype call to see the instrument contact me here or call me directly. My name is Kevin. Home: 541-899-5567 Cell:920-905-9642
  6. This instrument is still for sale... no longer on Ebay. Contact me with any inquiries. Thank you.
  7. I certainly will let you know if it still is for sale. Thank you for your interest. Take care.
  8. I am selling a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering #336. It is a professional model which Frank has described on his blog as having a very distictive tone. (2010) I have listed it on Ebay for an easier transaction, as I have had difficulties selling it on this site in the past. I got it new for $3100.00 US dollars, and am starting bids at $2700.00. I was not very willing to let it go in the past for less than I paid, but really need to sell it. If you have any inquiries you can call me directly. My name is Kevin. Home: 541-899-5567 Cell: 920-905-9642
  9. This is a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering. It is a professional model which Frank has described as having a very distictive tone. The instrurment has been played for less than 10 hours. I have tried to sell this instrument before unsuccessfully. (once when I was in Romania, and a few times since) The instrument has been stored at my parents house the entire time. If you look at my post history you will see the instrument has been vouched for. Frank Edgley has said himself he will vouch for it. I have been trying to get what I paid for it. ($3100.00 US dollars.) This is not your ordinary sounding Edgley. I know I have a gem of an instrument and I have been holding out for the full price, but now I am really in need as I have my first child, and would take a little loss if need be. I would appreciate full price, but am taking offers. I am happy to answer any questions you have about the instrument. You can call me directly if you wish: (Pacific time zone) Home (541)899-5567 Cell (920)905-9642 This is the description off of Frank Edgley's blog: 4/ "Special" wooden-ended "Tree of Life" model. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. This will be a very distinctive instrument. (see May 3, 2010 for design appearance) I have included the photo from Frank's site I have some more photos that I can send to your email. I am having trouble uploading more than one onto this post. I have the instrument stored at my parents house. My folks have skype and can show you the instrument via skype if you want. Let me know if you are interested
  10. This is a wooden ended "tree of life" Edgley C/G with wheatstone fingering. It is a professional model which Frank has described as having a very distictive tone. The instrurment has been played for less than 10 hours. I never got the chance to learn it. I got it when I had the money thinking I'd learn it, but never did make it happen. Now I have my first baby on the way and chances are even slimmer of me learning a new instrument, and I really need the money. I have tried to sell this instrument before. (once when I was in Romania, and a few times since) If you look at my post history you will see the instrument has been vouched for. Frank Edgley has said himself he will vouch for it. I have been trying to get what I paid for it. ($3100.00 US dollars.) This is not your ordinary sounding Edgley. I know I have a gem of an instrument and I have been holding out for the full price, but now I am really in need as I have my first child being born in March, and would take a little loss if need be. I would appreciate full price, but am taking offers. The instrument is actually at my parents house in Wisconsin, and I am living in Oregon now. I am happy to answer any questions you have about the instrument. You can call me directly if you wish: (Pacific time zone) Home (541)846-8954 Cell (920)905-9642 This is the description off of Frank Edgley's blog: 4/ "Special" wooden-ended "Tree of Life" model. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. This will be a very distinctive instrument. (see May 3, 2010 for design appearance) This is the photo on the Edgley site: I have some more photos that I can send to your email. I am having trouble uploading more than one onto this post. My folks have skype and can show you the instrument via skype if you want. Anyway I think that is pretty thorough. Let me know if you are interested
  11. Sorry I made a mistake it is a C/G anglo with Wheatstone fingering.
  12. I have an edgley wooden ended D/G professional model barely played. It came off the bench in 2010. I bought it in 2011 and have never had the chance to learn how to play it well. I can play it for you over skype video call or phone. I will ship anywhere if you pay shipping. Here is the description off of Frank's blog. 4/ "Special" wooden-ended "Tree of Life" model. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. This will be a very distinctive instrument. (see May 3, 2010 for design appearance) My phone number is (920)905-9642. My name is Kevin. I am happy to answer any questions.
  13. How do you upload photos and attach them to your post on these forums. I notice some people attach many full size, full color photos, and I just can't figure out how. It says my file is too big. Can anyone help?
  14. Hi there. I have a Edgely Concertina I have never gotten a chance to learn how to play. It is as good as new. I have only played it about 10 hours maximum. If you have skype capability I can play it for you and show you over the computer. I am at my parents house, where the instrument is, in Wisconsin for another 5 days or so. I bought it when I had the money hoping to get to learn back in 2011, then went and traveled the world for a year... Now I am in debt. I posted it a while back (my mom was going to sell it for me) when I was in a bind over in Romania, but never sold it. I can take pics and send it, or just show you over skype video call. I really need the money. I ended up borrowing money from my retired parents to get home from Europe, and I would really like to pay them back, so I am willing to let this go for less than I paid, though it is in absolutely perfect condition. I paid a little over 3000 US dollars for it at the time of purchase. I am willing to let it go now for less than I paid. Frank said he will answer any questions you have... I too will. He will vouch for me. He has the sales records, and can give you more info. Here is the description from his blog, before I bought it: This is the exact description on Frank's blog: 4/ "Special" wooden-ended "Tree of Life" model. This instrument is constructed of African Bubinga, with pau ferro and bloodwood trim and special handles. Professional Model with deep seven fold bellows and angled reedpans. This will be a very distinctive instrument. (see May 3, 2010 for design appearance) SOLD You can see the actual pic on his blog... but I can send you live photos. My phone number in the USA is (920)905-9642... if you want to talk about it give a call, or if you want to set up a skype call I can do it pretty much any time. I really need to sell this so I am willing to negotiate. For someone who has patience this could be a wise investment that makes you some money. My name is Kevin Welnetz if you talk to Frank... the number on the concertina is 336, You should be able to tell him my name and the number on the concertina for him to pull up his records. Please if you know anyone who would buy this help me out. It comes with a hard water proof case, and I will ship where ever it needs to go. Thank you kindly.
  15. I am not offended. I played with the concertina a bit before leaving, but not enough to know a song or a scale, and as my travels have been almost one year long spanning India, Nepal, Armenia, Georgia, Turkey, Greece, Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bulgaria, and now Romania, keeping my pack light was of importance. Since I play flute... I decided it was more travel worthy and useful than lugging a heavy concertina with me around the world.
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