Concertina(Edgley - Heritage model)

(Jigs) Mac's Fancy, The Yellow Wattle - Concertina

I recorded this set again using a Edgley 'Heritage model' concertina. It's a good set!

I had recorded this set using a Ab/Eb Jeffries concertina, a few months ago.

(Reels) The Shoemaker's Daughter, Touch Me If You Dare - Concertina

I learned the first tune when I joined a session in Hyogo (Japan) in May.

I recorded this set again.

I played a Edgley 'Heritage model' concertina, which has concertina reeds.

(Hornpipe) The Golden Eagle - Concertina

I learned this tune from my friend in May. The B part is difficult for me to play smoothly...

I played a Edgley 'Heritage model' concertina, which has concertina reeds.

(Reels) Paddy Fahey's, Paddy Fahey's - Concertina

I learned this set when I joined a session in Hyogo (Japan) in May. I can't play both reels on the flute. So, I played them on the concertina.

I played my Edgley concertina (Heritage model) that I had bought recently. I haven't got used to playing it yet...

Anglo concertina: Edgley - Heritage model

I bought a C/G anglo concertina from Frank Edgley in September, 2015. It'a a Heritage model which has concertina reeds.

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Layout : Modified Wheatsone layout 
Reedpan : Radial reedpan
Bellows : 7 fold bellows
Ends : Metal ends
Keys : 30 Delrin keys

It plays loud and brightly. I can play it as if I played a Suttner concertina. I guess the tone of Suttner concertinas is a little brighter than the one of Edgley Heritage models.

Although it isn't as good as Dipper or Jeffries, I guess it's worth the price.

It has riveted concertina reeds (reed tongues are riveted on reed frames) and hook action. And it has wider bellows frames than our other concertinas.

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Because its B-flat reed on the left-hand side had metallic tinkling sound when I received it, I realigned the reed using a small blade according to Frank's advice. At last, it stopped making tinkling sound. Thanks, Frank!

And I adjusted its low-G reed on the left-hand side because it wasn't very responsive. Other reeds that I use when I play Irish music were responsive.

Frank offers good custom-fitted cases or waterproof storm cases. I chose the latter because it's cheaper than the former.

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P.S.

I sold this concertina to a Japanese concertina player after I had enjoyed playing it.

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