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  1. I am looking for a Duet with at least 46 buttons and with any fingering system, as I have no proper past experience with Duets before. Maximum price of £800 and preferably in the UK. Preferably concertina reeds as I would like it to be smaller than a Stagi Hayden.
  2. Preferably in the UK, 46 keys minimum and <£900
  3. I am looking to purchase a 48 button Stagi English Baritone Concertina. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  4. Hello everyone, This is my first ever post on concertina.net and I am relatively new to the world of concertinas (been playing for a little less than a year). I started with the Elise from Concertina Connection and am looking to upgrade now that I've somewhat got the hang of it. My ideal instrument would be the Beaumont from R. Morse & Co. but I was saddened to hear that they are no longer in production. If anyone has a used Beaumont that they are willing to part ways with, I would be very eager to purchase it from you!
  5. I'm currently looking at hayden duet concertinas. I've been playing a second-hand Bastari I bought and fixed up but it was already well on it's way out and the bellows are getting holes on the corners so I think It's time to find something a little more long-term. I was looking at the peacock model from concertina connection but it seems like they aren't currently in production as I couldn't find anywhere to acctually buy one, not to mention the price is already a bit high. So I was wondering if perhaps anyone was in possession of a secondhand peacock in relatively good condition they'd be willing to sell.
  6. As the title says, i'm looking at buying a 20 button anglo for pretty cheap (sub £200 IF possible, if not, i have to wait it out). If possible, photos of the reeds would be appreciated too.
  7. Hi, I am a beginner looking for a used concertina in good working order. I am looking at other sites, listings and new options but at this time as a woman dealing with unemployment in the US due to covid, hoping there is someone out here who has one they no longer play and would like to rehome to a hopeful enthusiast with some time on her hands. Happy to pay a reasonable amount, not trying to make anyone feel undervalued or ask anyone to give me anything for free :3 Please get in touch if you have anything I might be interested in. Edit: I am currently looking for something $500 USD or less; used or new.
  8. Hello all. I was directed here from another forum. I expressed my interest in finding a good cheap concertina to knock about on and they directed me to both the 20 button anglo and this fine board. I understand that that model is a bit limited, but due to how likely it seems that I will be able to get one within my budget and how easy it should be as a starter instrument I think it is a good fit. It also seems to be the perfect fit for the sort of music I'm interested in playing. Sea chantys, fiddle tunes, backup to a few drinking songs, that sort of thing. From what I understand I could then move on to a quality 20 button or even upgrade to a 30 button without having to relearn much if I ever feel the need. On the subject of budget I can potentially go as high as $200, but if at all possible I'm hoping to find something a bit cheaper. Thanks for taking the time to check out my request.
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