CAJUN ACCORDION DISCUSSION GROUP
i have one in f/bf/ef
it;s the best cheap 3 row i have ever seen
i paid under 200 shipped, new though
no problems whatsoever
many times better than the iolite/parrot
anyway i highly recommend
don;t know about panthers
i was the person who said, originally, that they
i still think so, but this isn;t *another* endorsement,
Thank you Larry for that information. Rob
Do Panthers and SM's both have three registers, Glenn, Larry?
so far i have not seen any chinese
accordion [3 row] with more than 2 reeds per note
on the treble side.
which means, technically, one register [no switches].
there are starting to be c- and b-system
chinese accordions that seem to have 4 reeds
per note on the treble side - 11 switches. these
are selling on ebay in the $6-700 range.
so maybe there will be 3 and 4 reed 3-row
Sorry, Larry, wrong terminology. I meant how many rows of reeds. Couldn't say 'stops' if you can't close 'em.
So is 2 reeds per note OK for zydeco? Is one a bassoon?
is 2 reeds per note ok?
the old guys used them
probably couldn;t afford anything better
they are fine for learning
though i do play them on stage
no, the reeds are M/M
i miss the lower note but i can;t
spend $6000 on 2 accordions that
i may play for 1/4 of the set, total
I believe the Sofia Mari SM-3112 is two reeds per note while the SM-3412 is three