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Hohner 48 Bass Entry Level Piano Accordion

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Here's a great choice for a beginner or for someone whose instrument has seen better days and could use a shiny new replacement. It has a common conf...Click To Read More About This Product

Available 06-29-2018

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A beauty to learn on or to play.

Here's a great choice for a beginner or for someone whose instrument has seen better days and could use a shiny new replacement. It has a common configuration that is appropriate to a variety of accordion playing styles. The new Hohnica Beginner Accordion features an improved mechanism for sturdier tactile key response, tremolo-tuned reeds and resonant construction. It produces a full and vibrant sound ideal for beginners and students. Beautiful red pearl color. Includes gig bag with backpack straps as well as accordion straps.

FEATURES
  • 26 keys, range B-C, 2 voices, 3 registers
  • 48 bass buttons, 4 voices
  • Red pearl color
  • Includes gig bag and straps

Order today for a reliable, mid-priced instrument by a respected manufacturer.

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"Blemished"

By CSA

from Winter Park, FL

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Pros

  • Visually Impressive

Cons

  • Broken
  • Poor Sound

Best Uses

  • As a paperweight

Comments about Hohner 48 Bass Entry Level Piano Accordion:

"Blemished" was a funny way to write "utterly unplayable". 32 out of the 48 bass keys were collapsed in (and were disconnected from the white button head), meaning that expanding or contracting the bellows produced an ungodly sound where almost every note and chord would play at once.

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