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30 Key Suttner A3 Linota For Sale

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Hi,

 

I have a 30 key Suttner A3 Linota for sale

 

ebony ends, perfectly in tune

 

Comes with hard case

 

The instrument is about one year old and has not been played much,

very clean, beautiful instrument.

Asking price is 5.500 Eur.

 

Please contact +353-86-4456309 for more details

 

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May I inquire why you think it should cost 25% more than a new one straight from

the source? I might be interested in investing in concertina's too :blink:

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May I inquire why you think it should cost 25% more than a new one straight from

the source? I might be interested in investing in concertina's too :blink:

 

Perhaps you should...

 

I don't believe that a given customer would be able to acquire a new one straight from the source without having to wait (or having waited already) for quite a while.

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Being an instrument maker myself I have had this sort of thing happen and it is just a case of supply and demand. It can, however, be annoying when a customer turns around a new instrument within a very short period and makes a fat profit . :o

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May I inquire why you think it should cost 25% more than a new one straight from

the source? I might be interested in investing in concertina's too :blink:

 

Investing in a Hang (assuming you can get chosen by PANart to buy one) would probably be more of an 'investment'. The last time I looked PANart were selling them for $2,000, but the last one I saw on ebay fetched nearer $6,000. This has apparently annoyed the makers so much, that any prospective buyer is now obliged to sign a contact, promising never to sell it for more than you bought it for. Obviously the contact would only be a minor dissuasion in an international sale, but committing the ultimate crime of selling one would probably exclude you from ever being chosen to buy a second...

 

http://www.hangblog.org/information-about-purchasing-a-hang/

 

Perhaps that's the way forward Geoff :D

 

Adrian

 

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