Randy Stein Posted October 5, 2010 Share Posted October 5, 2010 (edited) I played last evening and a young man sat in with a most unusual concertina. It was a Hayden with 65 keys and very pretty fret work. He inherited it from his grandfather who brought it here when he emigrated from Russia. It was heavier than other concertinas I've encountered and in great need of some tuning and reed replacement, maybe some additional pad and pan work. The kid was still learning to play and I was not much help since I haven't really played a duet in years. But it was nice to see none the less. Edited October 5, 2010 by Randy Stein Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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