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La malle aux accordeons

Saltarelle Pannonica 96 basses

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The Pannonica is a revolutionary accordion. Boasting 3 voices and a double tone chamber, its tonal warmth is as intricate and loud as its larger counterparts, albeit in a compact, lightweight and comfortable box design.

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8 083,33 €


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Data sheet

Height (cm)36
Height (on legs)38 cm
Depth (cm)18
Weight (kg)9.7 Kg
Box typeSolid wood
Default TuningSwing
MD : Treble Reeds3 voices
MG : Bass Keys96 bass
MD : Treble Rows4 rows
MD : Treble Keys (chromatic)56 buttons
MD : Treble Notes43 notes (E/B flat)
Wood typeWenge
MD : Treble Registers7 registers
MG : Bass Registers5 registers
MG : Standard-Bass Reeds4 voices
MD : Sounding boardDouble tone chamber
Reed qualityA Mano Reeds (professional, hand-made)

More info

Made in Wenge for a sober and elegant look, the Pannonica is a completely innovative chromatic button accordion with still-unheard-of features in the accordion world.

It is indeed the first 3-voice accordion to be fitted with a double tone chamber.

With 3 voices in the right hand, two of which are in tone chamber, it has 7 registers with very peculiar sounds, as you can tell by viewing the videos at the bottom of the page.

3 voices, therefore, 2 clarinets and a bassoon. The bassoon and one clarinet are in the chamber and the second clarinet remains outside of the chamber.

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