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Beltuna Alex 3

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The Beltuna Alex 3 is a diatonic button accordion with 3 rows, 21+5 buttons, 3 voices, 3 registers (RH) and 12 bass, 4 voices, 4 registers (LH). It features Typo a Mano reeds and is suitable for beginner and intermediate levels.

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3 677,50 €

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Data sheet

Box typeWood & Resin
Default TuningDemi-Swing
MD : Treble Reeds3 voices
MG : Bass Keys (diatonic)12 bass
MD : Treble Rows3 rows
MD : Treble Keys (diatonic)28 buttons
MD : Treble Registers3 registers
MG : Bass Registers4 registers
MG : Standard-Bass Reeds4 voices
Reed qualityTipo a mano (semi-professional)

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DIATONICO Line Features:

Beltuna's DIATONICO range offers a comprehensive choice of diatonic accordions covering various types of traditional music genres (French, Irish, Portuguese, Celtic, etc.). Models are available in a choice of precious wood essences, in various tones, and with Luxe Pro or Special voices. They can even be tuned to customer specifications.

Questions (1)

From David Gloor | 2022-04-24 03:21:36

I just bought a Alex II , in D/G and was wondering what notes the 5 extra buttons are . Also what are the additional chords that aren't on the old Hohner "Pokerworks" .in D/G .


Hello David,
Without seeing and listening to your accordion, it will be difficult to know its third row notes. You can listen to them with a tuner to see what these notes are, because the layout of the 5 extra buttons is not standard.

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