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60 key extended treble Lachenal


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Hello

Any information regarding 60 key extended treble Lachenal.

 

Regards

Ron

 

I think you need to be a little more specific.

 

Do you have a particular instrument in mind, one that is for sale? Or are you asking about this model/type of concertina.

 

My only comment would be: The upper notes on extended trebles are a little high pitched for modern sensibilities, and a lot of people prefer their concertinas extended below the treble range into baritone territory.

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Hello

Any information regarding 60 key extended treble Lachenal.

 

Regards

Ron

 

Is it actually a 60 key?

More usually you get a 56 key (with and extra 8 notes either above or below the treble range)

or you get a 64 key with extra 8 notes above and below.

 

Chris

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Hello Chris

 

Perhaps a better description would help. I have just perchased an english Lachenal, raised ebony ends,60 key, steel reeds, metal buttons. I do wonder if this is a new model?

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Ron

 

Sounds likely if it has 6 sides, and raised ends.

Perhaps you could post a picture.

 

Chris

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Working on one as we speak which matches the same description. No. 30932.

Haven't previously come across any of these, 56 being more normal for the extended treble.

Mine has bowing valves too. (pita!!!) I've never heard a satisfactory description of their use.

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