Ed Stander Posted January 16, 2009 Share Posted January 16, 2009 Folks (and ladies): I've relisted my Dipper concertina in the hopes that it might find a new home despite the mess our government and financial institutions have made of the the world. It is the last Anglo concertina that I have, and is certainly one of the nicest, both in terms of playability and tonality. I'd prefer that it go to a real home. where someone will squeeze the life out of it, and would be willing to accept reasonable offers to that effect - at least until someone actually bids on it... Beyond that - please don't become embroiled in a discussion of pricing - you can't really own such a fine instrument anyway. They are made to play, bring enjoyment to others, and then pass on to the next generation. This one will soon become a college education for a son who will, hopefully, find me a proper nursing home when the time comes. What more can one ask of an instrument? Best - Ed Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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