Why Buy from the Irish Concertina Company and not another brand
Why buy an Irish made concertina? This is a question I am asked daily…
Our Irish made concertinas are excellent quality, especially the design structure. The sound quality is engineered to a very high standard and compares exceedingly well with other concertina brands.
Take the Eirú for example, the Eirú has Engineered Angled Reeds which are clamped (without getting too technical) and this creates the old Classical Concertina Sound.
We are open and honest about the different types of reeds we use on all of our models whereas many German companies do not specify the types of reeds they use.
I source the reeds from the same reputable source as the German makers and in the making of our prototypes we experimented using different angling sizes and the finished product is the culmination of all of our trials.
Here are a few reasons to give our Concertinas a look before you place an order elsewhere
- Firstly, we are an Irish Company employing 5 Irish people full time. We have been making concertinas since 2009, based in Dublin.
- We Guarantee all of our Hand Made Instruments for 5 years.
- If anything should happen to any of our concertinas, We will collect the next day and once back in the shop, we will do the repair and have the instrument sent back out the same day where possible. All at our expense and covered over 5 years.
- Listen to and compare the recording/videos on our site.
- I will always allow a teacher to be involved if approval is required.
- From working with instruments for 20 years, I will go out of my way to make sure all my customers are 100% happy with any dealings with my business.
- We have come a long way in 10 years and we are only where we are today because parents, teachers, players put their trust in us.
- I am asked to do adjustments and repairs on a daily basis on all makes of concertinas
Concertinas made for Irish Music by Irish People.
Our Concertinas are made on site in our workshop at The Trad Shop: An Siopa Ceoil, 184 Crumlin Road, Dublin. Click here to visit The Trad Shop.