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hi could any one please tell me the main differences between the majority of edeophones from the '20s...serial numbers in the 50,000s ,compared with earlier edeophones from say the late 1890s!! :) In terms of loudness, tone action and build quality.

having read previous threads buying an edeophone seems to be a bit of a minefield.Is the variation in quality mainly within the later ones or is with all edeophones?

finally given a choice which would you buy? ...("buy an aeola instead "is not an acceptable answer!)

thanks very much..

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hi could any one please tell me the main differences between the majority of edeophones from the '20s...serial numbers in the 50,000s ,compared with earlier edeophones from say the late 1890s!! :) In terms of loudness, tone action and build quality.

having read previous threads buying an edeophone seems to be a bit of a minefield.Is the variation in quality mainly within the later ones or is with all edeophones?

finally given a choice which would you buy? ...("buy an aeola instead "is not an acceptable answer!)

thanks very much..

I'd suggest you find the post by Wim Wakker in which he discusses his observations, comparisons between the Aeola and Edeophone. Mike

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thank you :)

I would also like some help on the different features within edeophones themselves...i.e.between early edeophones pre 1900 and the so called good period of edeophones when their serial numbers are in the 50,000?!are there marked improvements on the later edeophones or are some of the early ones potentially near perfect as well? :unsure: and in what ways are they different?

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