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La malle aux accordeons

Accordion Piccolo 4' Reed (Typo A Mano)

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High quality Typo A Mano accordion 4' reeds (plate with 2 reeds).
15 notes available from A#6 to C#8.
See the description below for details of the notation referred to.

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5,75 €


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Choosing the right note/pitch.
Notation :
The notes are arranged as follows :
Tuning fork A (440Hz) corresponds to octave No. 4, as in the international notation A4.
The notes of octave No. 4 run from C4 (261Hz) located under A4 (440Hz), to B4 (493Hz)
The next higher octave goes from C5 to B5,
next octave goes from C6 to A6,
next octave goes from C7 au M7,
next and last higher octave goes from C8 au C#8, the highest available note of an accordion.

These piccolo notes offered for sale thus range from A#6 to C#8 (The highest note that can be found on an accordion).

Questions (1)

From GORAN UDOVIČIĆ | 2022-02-24 19:01:22

HELLO,
I found on Your site accordion PICCOLO reeds thet i need for my accordion.Can You answer me what does it mean numbers 5,6,7or 8 in name of piccolo reed you marked LA 5,LA 6 or FA 7??? I have problem on my accordion in middle of piano keyboard (right hand).There some piccolo are broken so i need to repleace them.I divided piano keyboard in few octavas. The deepest octave g,g#,a,a#,h
then first octave c1-c2,then second octave c2-c3 and the highest octave few notes c3,c#3,d3,d#3,e,f,f#3,g3,g#3 and a3 .So can You help me to understand what is size of deepest note ,first octave,second octave and highest third octave on your way of marking accordion reeds? is c1 in first octave on my opinion c5 on your way of marking and so on..???I have to be sure one hunderd procent to choose correct piccolo reed i need...
thanks a lot,
Best regards
Goran Udovičić
Croatia

administrator

Hello,
First of all, sorry for the late reply, it's not my habit. This notation is the Italian notation of reed manufacturers. The numbers correspond to the octaves and start at C and end at SI. (C1, C#1.....B1 C2...)
The easiest way to find out what the number of a note is to speak of the pitch of the note from the A of the telephone or the tuning fork (440HZ). This A is the A4. I added an image in the sheet of this product to make it more understandable.

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