With a higher range of treble notes than its P’tit Bal counterpart, the Bal Musette gives the player unlimited access to all types of folk pieces.
Its rich, brilliant 3-voice musette sound has made it a legendary instrument.
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|Box type||Wood & Resin|
|MD : Treble Reeds||3 voices|
|MG : Bass Keys||96 bass|
|MD : Treble Rows||4 rows|
|MD : Treble Keys (chromatic)||66 buttons|
|MD : Treble Notes||50 notes (D#/E)|
|MD : Treble Registers||3 registers|
|MG : Bass Registers||3 registers|
|MG : Standard-Bass Reeds||4 voices|
|MD : Sounding board||No tone chamber|
|Reed quality||Tipo a mano|
The Bal Musette accordion has been adopted by the greatest contemporary musette accordionists (Fréderic LANGLAIS, Eric BOUVELLE, Stéphanie RODRIGUEZ, stéphane COURTOT-RENOUX... ).
Accordion sold with carry case and straps.
Key features: fully screwed reeds, exceptional ergonomics and sound options.
Add to this the remarkable finish that characterises Cavagnolo so well...
Eric Bouvelle on his Cavagnolo Bal Musette
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