Friday, September 9, 2011

New Cases from Edgley Concertinas

After many years, Sean Fallon, of Fallon Cases has retired from the case making business. These have long been one of the best cases made for concertinas. He has turned the business over to Frank Edgley Concertinas and has kindly worked with us in the transition. We are now able to offer cases for sale to any concertina player, and not just the purchasers of one of our instruments. For the time being, we will not be making cases for large or unusual instruments, limiting our cases to those concertinas measuring between 5 and 7/8 inches and six and a quarter inches (measured across the flats) . This is the size of most instruments. The cases can be blocked for a secure fit depending on the measurement of each individual concertina from grill to grill. Measurements needed: three---(a) from flat edge across the grill to the other flat edge, (b) from grill to grill and (c) from corner to corner. These are very secure cases with a special locking mechanism which will not come open accidentally, or if the case is dropped. The interior is velour lined, blocked and padded to protect your concertina investment. A variety of colours to choose from will be available soon. Please contact me at for details.

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