Steve Gardham Posted December 23, 2009 Share Posted December 23, 2009 Hi, To my shame I'm new here and have been playing anglo for 40+ years. I have Wheatstone 28930 which for the first time, thanks to help from GavDav, I have investigated online. It is a 61-key anglo special made in 1921. What I'd like to know is, is it unique and were there ever any larger anglos ever made. I've seen some similar ones on eBay, but never quite this many keys. I've converted some of the rows so I have as well as the usual CG a D and an A row I also have a 30-key CG Lachenal bass anglo, and a miniature 12-key anglo, rosewood MB in DG. Thanks Steve Gardham Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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