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Beautiful Instrument (Paolo Soprani - CHROMATIQUE TOUCHES PIANO ANNÉES 70/80)

By Coctrameau, 04/08/2014
I played on this model in the 70s, as well as version 2 80 low voice. This is a model 3 votes right hand, 7 registers (including two reminders) and 2 registers (bass - treble) for bass. Built by the largest manufacturer of Italy Castelfidardo, fairly widespread among us in the 70s, we see input its beautiful finish. Build quality and especially its value its assets were at the time. The noise level, the basses sound "copper" type in the style of bass, treble register Cavagnolo some models (I think my Featured 10), but with less power and sound without resonance. The right hand keyboard for me sharps a little low compared to the rest of the keyboard and requires an addiction, especially in fast-paced game. Very sweet though, nice, a light, touch quite different example harder Hohner accordions keyboards of the time. The sound of the right-hand part is not a Musette tuning or American, for me it is more Italian-style (? Only a technician could clarify this) because it reminds me accordionists and songs played there where the register "flute" is often used. The tuning is closer to that of the American Musette in the sense that it has little vibration, having said that it has neither the power nor the "spiky" characteristics attacks. The sound power is limited, but this is not it due to the type of tuning?
In summary a serious instrument for learning (where it is above the average of the time) and for stage debut (with mounting board in micro advisable in this case) -. 8/10

I love it ... (Cavagnolo - digit pro)

By LouGuit, 04/06/2014
Hello, I use an accordion CAVAGNOLO DIGIT PRO ORCHESTRA several months now standalone or flying a AUDYA4 kind expander.
Weight, postage, programming that accordion meet all my requirements, this easy to play, no strings attached instrument.
The quality of the stamps and the response of the bellows do we end up with a similar to an acoustic instrument, the less weight which for me is a major criterion (2nd lumbar disc herniation ...)

I tried other models in other brands, although its price is high it is an investment in the long term I do not regret it, quite the contrary.

This instrument is fabulous and scalable to thank you for having CAVA FRANCE created.

PS: mine production is marginal, it is a DIGIT (electronic part) in a lower case 96 MAUGEIN (weight)

Well (Castagnari - Studio)

By Maxime C., 03/06/2014
I play it for less than a year. A friend already had before me, and I could practice before.

This is an input range. I find it very good. The sound is not "crain-crain." Zipper to remove the third is very significant. And I find it very comfortable to play.

I only tried the basic Honner before. There is no comparison. It is so nice, beautiful, sound and eye.

Still worth 1,700 bullets. So fortunately it pleases me.

News Accordeon

Hohner Anacleto Collection

Published on 01/28/12
Hohner announces the Anacleto Collection, a new line of accordions made by accordion builder Anacleto Gabbanelli.

[NAMM] Roland FR-1x Accordion

Published on 01/18/12