StephenTx Posted October 23, 2011 Share Posted October 23, 2011 I acquired an Lachenal Edeophone right here on CNET and received him yesterday serial 48055.. I started with my first concertina in July a Solomon & Company Lachenal Brass Reed English followed by a vintage Wheatstone silver reeded that is currently with Greg Jowaisas and having her facelift as I call it; Greg also restored the first concerting. BTW Greg does one heck of a job! I am set now with my concertinas! I am into all types of music but primarily into Classical and American contemporary and Musicals...anyhow all that is for general interest. I am taking lessons via Skype from Pauline de Snoo in Holland and I am located in Texas...it has been a wonderful experience. Pauline is an advocate of a neck cord for balance of the instrument (I know that debate could go on and on but never-the-less; it is what I am learning on too and really like it). ISSUE: On my other two concertinas I am able to affix the cord under the finger strap screw. The Edeophone does not have finger strap screws as I am certain you are all aware of. My question then is how to affix the neck cord..is there another option besides drilling a hole? Your thoughts are appreciated. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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