Monday, August 31, 2015

This instrument will be on its way to Japan, in a few days.

Saturday, August 22, 2015


I have been working on a Heritage Model Concertina for the past number of months. It is finally completed, and tuned. All I have to do is play it and put it through its paces. As you can see from the photos it is ebony with rosewood trim. Reeds are mounted in brass frames dovetailed into the solid maple reedpan in the traditional concertina fashion.

If you are interested in this traditional vintage-style concertina please contact me at for details, price etc.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Latest Edgley Concertina.....Gone!
This concertina was sold before I could get the photo loaded onto this site. It's a Professional Rosewood Model with Modified Wheatstone Fingering. This option (Option One) allows for a draw C# as well as the the usual push C#. There is also a push F#, the same F# that you find on the draw of the first button of the G row, right side, giving more optional fingerings than on a standard Wheatstone or Jeffries. Contact me for details.....

Tuesday, May 26, 2015


We have now made 25 Heritage Models, with the concertina-style reeds, and well over 400 Session, Performer's, and Professional Model concertinas which use the hand-made Italian-style reeds. We have been making concertinas now for at least 15 years. At the present time, the strength of the US dollar makes an Edgley concertina, for US customers, a real bargain, costing less than any of the vintage-style concertinas and even any of the more basic hybrid models.

Friday, March 20, 2015

And More.....

The top two are eucalyptus burl, and the bottom picture is a zebrawood concertina.


I guess I tried to make the photo too large and it cut off some of the instruments. I'll try again.....

Family Shot
Here is a photo of some recent instruments:
  Pictured abouve are some hybrid Professional and Performer's Models as well as a couple of Heritage instruments. Contact me for a free CD. If you would like to join this "family", just give me a call at 519-991-3100, or send me an e-mail.