Ideal for performing live on stage, this versatile, compact and lightweight 96-bass piano accordion with tone chamber has 37 keys, 3 voices, 7 registers on the right hand and 4 voices, 4 registers on the left hand.
Factory: Hohner Italy.
Also available for rent.
Comes with shoulder straps and case.
See the customizing guide for all available options.
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|Box type||Wood, paint finish|
|MD : Treble Reeds||3 voices|
|MG : Bass Keys||96 bass|
|MD : Treble Registers||7 registers|
|MG : Bass Registers||4 registers|
|MG : Standard-Bass Reeds||4 voices|
|MD : Sounding board||Tone chamber|
|Reed quality||Tipo a mano|
When you’re on stage, you want to be able to move and react to your audience. Also, you’re looking for a warm sound that works both on its own and in combination with a band. That’s right where the Fun Star fits in. It was designed with the requirements of an on-stage performance in mind, giving it a low weight and compact construction. Combined with the amazing look and the beautiful, warm sound, this accordion is perfect for ambitious beginners as well as seasoned professionals.
The typical accordion sound is generally associated with folk, such as sea shanties, Oberkrain ethnic, polka, waltz, and more. What many wouldn’t expect is that the accordion also sounds great in pop, rock, and even punk or death metal! To meet the requirements of these new ar tists, we draf ted the Fun Line Series. Designed by Frédéric Dechamps, the goal was to create an accordion that would have the typical, voluminous HOHNER sound, combined with a new look, ergonomic design, and fast ar ticulation. The result spawned a series that is favored by world-class accordionists of all genres. The series is audible on recordings ranging from classical music to death metal. But it ’s not just the sonic qualities that make it so versatile: It’s the look, which can be adjusted individually for each musician, making the accordions of the Fun Line Series 100% yours.
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