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Sonola SS15 – ResoVox Tone Chamber – Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds

Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds

Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds
“Exactly the same Binci hand made reeds” as the top of the line Sonola SS20. “Classic Collectors’ Piece of the Accordion Golden Years”. – during the lifetime of Myron Floren and Lawrence Welk. Patented Sonola SS15 “ResoVox” tone chamber “version”– much different from the standard & more widely known “reed block” tone chamber inside the Sonola SS20 and most other accordions. “READ” line#13 in the Sonola brochure which appears in. Picture frame; it explains the ResoVox tone chamber. The brochure talks about how the ResoVox tone chamber produces mellow music or to simply paraphrase Sonola — “a rich tonality for the heavy player”; this is merely Sonola’s own opinion and it also only reflects Sonola’s own personal taste. Let me make this perfectly clear for you — your opinion and personal taste may be different. Therefore, you may or you may not agree that the music is mellow. The 1st very strong advantage my Sonola SS15 has over reed block tone chambers is that “ALL” the registers are played through the “ResoVox” tone chamber whereas you can “ONLY” play bassoon and clarinet through “reed block” tone chambers. The 2nd advantage is that you save 2 lbs because reed block tone chambers ADD 2 lbs to the weight OF ANY ACCORDION. People are not aware of this wonderful and “exclusive” Sonola ResoVox feature and ALSO OF THE EXTRA 2 lbs! If I had not told you and showed you the Sonola brochure, then you would never have known about it nor would you even ever have believed it. An educated consumer is my best customer. Sonola SS15 models are the Work Horses among ALL accordions. They just keep playing and playing and playing and playing and…………….. Just like the Energizer Bunny. You will absolutely love how fun, easy to play and comfortable this Sonola is. This SS15 accordion is really something so special. I have never played an accordion that feels so good and feels so right that it seems to almost want to play by itself. These are my own opinions so you may or may not agree depending on your own personal taste. “BRASS” piccolo reed plates BUT ONLY IN THE HIGHEST OCTAVE. Give this accordion a very. SOUND; the brass seems to mellow the music. Brass is so much softer than hardened steel, right? Brass is very pliable and. You can “bend it” — very easily. Therefore, the music should be. Just my opinion so you may or may not agree depending on your personal. Figure of speech; everyone. Really sing by themselves. Brass piccolo reed plates. THIS IS AN EXTREMELY RARE ACCORDION. Binci–Swedish blue steel hand made reeds. Keys and registers are “biege” in color — “they are not white”. WEIGHS ONLY “23” POUNDS. Without shoulder straps–makes it so much fun to play because it’s so light. Students, children, teenagers, ladies and older men or women looking for a more comfortable. Very easy on your aching back. Also, fantastic for strolling. Basses make those very low and very sexy growls — a real swooner. Bassoon accordion harmonium melodeon organ/magi-color tone oboe musette violin clarinet piccolo. After World War II and up to the 1950’s they sometimes just put registers on. Sounds and they sometimes also did not. Use dots on the registers. ANOTHER “FEATURE” WHICH MAKES THIS SS15 A VERY RARE ACCORDION. Really oboe, oboe is really bandoneon. Violin is really clarinet and clarinet. Really violin–now can you remember all this? Pancordion Panjet, Notturni Diatonic Button Accordion and Sano Tube Amplifier are also for sale. Different from Roland accordion, Hohner, Dino Baffetti, Borsini, Baldoni, Brandoni, Bugari, Bell, Beltuna, Dallape, Gola, Giulietti, Galanti, Gabbanelli, Guerrini, Giustozzi, Catena, Excelsior, Monarch, Morbidoni, Moreschi, Petosa, Piatanesi, Pigini, Paolo Soprani, Scandalli, Serenellini, Settiamo Soprani, Titano, Victoria, Philharmonic, Zero Sette and Charlie Nunzio’s last 3 accordions. I’m pretty sure that you will love the sounds! In fact, I shall not sell you my Sonola unless you call 1st and listen to the sounds. We all have to pay “yes, just a little bit” (Robert DiNiro) more for EXCELLENT QUALITY—You get what you pay for–You go cheap, you go twice. So let me make this perfectly clear for “some of you”. Dealers, as they say in New Yolk’k—“fagedda’ bout it”—don’t even waste your very, very, very precious time; I absolutely luv that very special New Yolk’k accent! Don’t fagedd’ ta shhrug ya’ shholda’s as you say it! There are plenty of cheap accordions out there that will make “some of you” sooooooooo very happy. Therefore, READ AND REPEAT “3” times the last line of my description — very slowly, very carefully, very focused because you conveniently ignored it your 1st time. God Bless America Land of the Free Because of the Brave Sweet Land of Liberty. From Sea to Shining Sea. The item “Sonola SS15 – ResoVox Tone Chamber – Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds” is in sale since Thursday, August 03, 2017. This item is in the category “Musical Instruments & Gear\Pianos, Keyboards & Organs\Folk & World\Accordions”. The seller is “peppino19891987″ and is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Sonola SS15 - ResoVox Tone Chamber - Rare Experimental Brass Piccolo Reeds

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