nate banton Posted May 12, 2006 Share Posted May 12, 2006 I just got this inexpensive concertina that seems to have been around for a while. It apparently was owned by a man in Maine who played it with his wife until he died and it was sold. I don't know how old it is. The name on the concertina is Regoletta and it says "made in Italy." I was obviously a factory-line kind of job, but it still is in tune and plays decently. Oh, and there is a foil sticker on it with an italian clown on it. I'm just curious about the maker and its history. I'm not (yet) a serious player, I play uilleann pipes and my girlfriend is a fiddler, but we enjoy playing it and would like to know more about it. Thanks - Nate Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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