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Pigini Star Arabesque accordion

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The Arabesque is certainly the lightest of all double tone chamber accordions on the market!

Weighing a mere 10 kg with a 39 cm box, it is particularly favoured by accordionists who seek an instrument that combines sound quality, musical options and compactness.

This model is a showcase of Pigini’s splendid feat of musical engineering.

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8 200,00 €


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Data sheet

Height (cm)39
Depth (cm)22
Weight (kg)10
Box typeWood + Celluloid
Default TuningDemi-Swing
MD : Treble Reeds4 voices
MG : Bass Keys96 bass
MD : Treble Rows5 rows
MD : Treble Keys (chromatic)82 buttons
MD : Treble Notes49 notes (G/G)
MD : Treble Registers13 registers
MG : Bass Registers5 registers
MG : Standard-Bass Reeds5 voices
MD : Sounding boardDouble tone chamber

More info

A professional quality, compact and extremely lightweight double cassotto accordion, a true gem!

Accordion with 4 voices and double tone chamber on the right hand.

Right hand:

- 49 notes: G/G range

- 5 rows

- 82 buttons

- 4 voices

- 13 treble switches

- Double tone chamber (medium + low octave reeds)

- 3 chin switches

Left hand:

- 96 basses with 5 voices.

- 5 bass switches

 

Putting middle reeds in the tone chamber instead of high reeds (which was common practice on double tone chambers from the 1950s) makes it possible to enjoy the low reed’s roundness using a set of middle reeds, leading to a voice that is easier to play and more dynamic than that of the low reed.

This feature is made possible using a type of tuning that produces less tremolo than used in the past, on the fringes of dry tuning. This gives the Arabesque a distinctive style that is particularly suitable for modern types of music and jazz.

Sold with straps and gig-bag (free).

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