JoachimDelp Posted May 17, 2004 Share Posted May 17, 2004 Dear All, As you may have seen, I had offered my Tedrow Baritone for sale. I played all the time mainly myC/G treble Concertina and very little the Tedrow Baritone I own. There has not been much response or interst Luckily nobody wanted to buy it and after haviong sold my C/G Treble, I am playing more the Baritonme and I am learning : - My TEDROW made Baritone is good, and with exception of the lowseste two reed, even quick. It sounds lvely and even majestic. I knoqw that Bo has build in the fionest Antonelli reeds he could get and those reeds are sounding depending on the oplayer sweet, similar to a Flute perhapsx or evfen a clarinet, and it cvan play very loud and never unpleasant. So thank you Bob. Up to know I had not get aware the good and well made instrumetn you have given to me. - Yesterday I had the chance to play together with another G/D tuned Concertina, playing Folk Music and Shanties. We did it on a public place, and I earned my first buck as street musician - Later in the day I learend to play a Slow Air in the G Row in D and well I have nio better word than "beutiful", charming. I shall go ahead to discover my TEdrow Baritone. If you loiok for an payable Baritone Anglo, I want to recommed the TEdrow warmly. This I say sioncerely and convinced,. Thanks Bob. But the real intention of the Topic is : When I bought mine, which might have been the first Baritone Bob has made, I thought that Bob would sell many of them, that it would be a commercial succes for him. I have not spoken with him recently, but I guess it is not as I havwe thouhgt. And the very reduced interst in my offer, does confirm this impression. I ask : WHY ? And more important for me I ask to Britone Anglo Players to tell me, how, for waht kind of Music they do use their Baritones ?. And eventually I would like to listen some more Baritone Anglos. Regards Joachim Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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