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Gusten

Classic question - Old vs New

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When I play old trad tunes on my vintage Concertinas, Banjo or Fiddle, it's like I don't have to try so hard to put heart & soul into the music, because it sort of comes out naturally on the old instrument. ...... creepy X Files music! 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif 2.gif

 

Cheers

Dick

 

 

:lol:

Sharron

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Ahh, I finally found the thread I was referring to in my first post - New vs Vintage. I've received plenty of information as it is, but just figured that it'd be relevant information if someone else wanted to learn from this.

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This has been pretty informative as I'm in the same position as Gusten. However, I'm approaching 63 and waiting for a 4 year list to clear would make me around 70, so I'll purchase a "hybrid", which may be only 3 months. Another consideration is the Canadian dollar, import duties and shipping. For these reasons an Edgley works best for me, I just have to earn the capital (oh those pesky bills, bills, bills....)

 

I feel the time is right to get things underway. I have enough experience with the Rochelle to know I want something better. It's been a total value experience but the limitations are becoming more apparent and I'll pass it on to an interested party when I receive my eventual hybrid.

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