Das diatonische Akkordeon (auch diatonische Harmonika) ist ein Akkordeon mit diatonischem Harmonikas mit einer Tastenbelegung am Diskant und am Bass angeboten, die den Hohner Club-Modellen entspricht, ein genereller Standard. Hohner Club III M rot. Grifftechnik, Harmonika. Basstechnik, Club. Stimmung, C - F. Farbe, rot. Diskanttöne, Diskantchoere, III. Bassknoepfe, 8. Basschoere. Top-Angebote für Hohner Club online entdecken bei eBay. Top Marken ✅ Günstige Preise ✅ Große Auswahl.
Hohner Club III M rotHohner Club III M rot. Grifftechnik, Harmonika. Basstechnik, Club. Stimmung, C - F. Farbe, rot. Diskanttöne, Diskantchoere, III. Bassknoepfe, 8. Basschoere. Top-Angebote für Hohner Club online entdecken bei eBay. Top Marken | Günstige Preise | Große Auswahl. Das diatonische Akkordeon (auch diatonische Harmonika) ist ein Akkordeon mit diatonischem Harmonikas mit einer Tastenbelegung am Diskant und am Bass angeboten, die den Hohner Club-Modellen entspricht, ein genereller Standard.
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Having said this if you learn on a Club you can play everything that you can on a non Club. Plus you get some very interesting options as your playing progresses.
On a two row they will play the same note and chord. De Clubbing refers to re-tuning some of the reeds in a Club accordion. This is done to make the configuration the same as a normal two row.
In the hands of a good musician playing the music it was built for there is nothing like it. The Ouverture is a very refined four or five voice machine with the depth of sound normally found in a high end piano accordion.
These may have fallen out of favour with some but some of them are of a quality that rivals anything produced today.
This was not one of the club accordions but deserves a mention as this is where the Modell 1 came from. Originally a Koch design, Hohner bought the Koch company and the combination of the Koch two row with the Hohner two row of the time produced one of the most enduring designs which is still made in China today.
The earliest of the modern Hohner club accordions. These are more like a nice 2 row with a gleighton and make the best conversions. Whilst there are minor differences in bass button type, and some minor variations in reed types the Erika and Modell 2 are all but identical and a direct evolution of the Modell 1.
They come in many different guises. The three voice big brother of the Erika these were available in wood or perloid finish.
This body is the predecessor of many of the two and three voice Club and 3 row accordions of the forties and fifties These were MMM and less common Lmm with a register for the low.
A big old sound. An in between the Erika and the Modell Victoria, a two voice with 4 Accidentals as per Erika layout but with a grille style like the Victoria, plain casein buttons this has the Erika sound.
These are a 2 voice box but now have 7 accidental buttons like the Modell 3. This model has mother of pearl buttons and a snazzy mechanism which opens the inner row pallets in a parallel fashion.
There was an unusual 3 voice version of these called the Sonora. A melodeon or diatonic button accordion is a member of the free-reed aerophone family of musical instruments.
It is a type of button accordion on which the melody -side keyboard contains one or more rows of buttons, with each row producing the notes of a single diatonic scale.
The buttons on the bass -side keyboard are most commonly arranged in pairs, with one button of a pair sounding the fundamental of a chord and the other the corresponding major triad or, sometimes, a minor triad.
Diatonic button accordions are popular in many countries, and used mainly for playing popular music and traditional folk music, and modern offshoots of these genres.
Various terms for the diatonic button accordion are used in different parts of the English-speaking world. To simplify matters and avoid ambiguity, in the remainder of this article the term diatonic button accordion, or DBA, will be used.
Most diatonic button accordions have a "single-action" or bisonoric keyboard, [ citation needed ] meaning that each button produces two notes: one when the bellows are pressed or pushed closed and another when the bellows are drawn or pulled opened.
In this respect, these instruments operate like a harmonica. In contrast, most other types of accordion, for example piano accordions and chromatic button accordions, are "double-action" — or unisonoric — because each key produces a single note regardless of bellows direction.
Other single-action or bisonoric members of the free-reed family include the German concertina, the Anglo-German or "Anglo" concertina, the bandoneon , the Chemnitzer concertina see concertina and the mouth organ harmonica.
There are varieties of diatonic button accordion that are double-action, such as the garmon. Because each button produces two notes, the diatonic scale can be covered in four buttons on a melody row.
For example, on a melody row pitched in C, the notes of the lower full octave of the instrument's range are assigned to four buttons as follows:.
Note: the first button in the example above, numbered 1, is likely to be the 3rd or 4th button in a row on an instrument. When the bellows are pressed, every button produces a note from the major triad of the home key; in this case, the pattern CEG repeats itself throughout the keyboard.
The remaining notes of the diatonic scale are produced when the bellows are drawn or pulled. Since there are seven notes in the diatonic scale, and since each button produces two notes, the note pairings on the buttons change in each octave.
This is a gorgeous piece and one of those ones I hate to sell: Great item and score for someone who can play. This is a hohner club-model viktoria I believe from the 20's and from Germany from research.
And comes with a strap but no case but will ship very very secure! Has only light wear and tarnish but check out pics. Overall this is nice and worth a lot.
Any questions you have il be more than happy to answer if I can. But it seems to play great and all the buttons sound good and look good.
Light tarnish and light wear on the Posted with eBay Mobile Right now. You are bidding on an incredibly rare vintage accordion. Made in Germany. Weighing 15 lbs.
The bass section has 2 rows of 4 buttons. Absolutely amazing example, considering it could be over 80 years old! All buttons function as they could, and are very responsive.
The sounds that come out of this vintage Hohner are incredible. Bright projecting all the way from the low end, richening the mid-end and a sharp Normal wear and scratches you would expect from an instrument this old.
Reeds look to be in great shape. An all around masterpiece of an accordion. This is a no reserve auction.
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Just let us know how you would like to pay upon winning. All credit cards must b. Amazing high grade Hohner accordion in perfect working order.
Recently serviced. Gorgeous red and gold with chrome grills. Case is excellent with minor wear. Very well cared for unit.
Light wear to bellows and straps are somewhat worn. Posted with. Two treble registers. Canada, EU Paypal only. Thanks for looking.
Vintage Hohner Club accordion Morino model. I have had this accordion about 8 years. When I first got it. I sent it right into a shop for a going through and fixing or adjusting what it needed.
I played it for awhile but its just to heavy for me, being more used to a concertina. So here it is.
The Hohner Morino Club accordion. There are then 10 switch buttons for the reeds and a master switch behind the keyboard. On the bass side there are 12 buttons and on the bottom is a reed switch and an air button.
The feet are little balls and one is missing. The body is in excellent condition and so are the bellows.
In the center of the grill is a small turn button. This locks and unlocks the bellows. The accordion does need some attention internally.
A couple There is nothing sloppy or sluggish this is a lightly used machine. The metal corners on the bellows are all there and a few have a little verdigris on them.
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This sounds fantastic and has been in my private collection for several years. It has been tuned quite dry and is very bright sounding.
Please watch the video in the link below. All reeds were removed. It is in very nice condition overall. The purple pearloid casework is in great shape.
The original bellows are tight. This instrument is probably 60 years old but looks like 5. It still has the original bellows and bass straps and they look good.
It has 25 treble buttons 2. The low buttons on each row of the treble side are the standard low notes.
It has steel reeds. The original leather valves have all been replaced with modern multilayer film style one way valves All bass. Chord and treble pallets have been re-padded to reduce the clacking as buttons are released.
As mentioned earlier. This has been tuned pretty dry. The basses and chords are also tuned dry. One modification I made was to change the gleighton note back to a normal note on the F row on the draw.
As the photo shows. The metal grill is in nice shape with no dents and the original grill screen is intact. The keyboard is intact with no cracks or missing pieces.
This is my favorite style Hohner keyboard where there is a nice concave thumb groove on the edge of the keyboard. It also has the button travel limited so the buttons don't disappear down into the hole if pressed fully.
It has shoulder strap brackets installed. I will include a simple leather strap. Unlike most of the older Hohner boxes purchased on ebay.
This is ready to play without further adjustment required. I repair and tune button accordions and have specialized in older Hohner button boxes.
You can see some of the other Hohner accordions being repaired in the last picture. Plays beautifully! Bellows look good with minimal wear.
Straps show their age but are solid, and so are the strap buckles. All of this and the quality Hohner name as well. No returns. Happy bidding! The yellow bellow is totally tight, all the buttons are working.
No emty tones. No rust The accordion is showing few signs of playing due to time: Below the trebleboard the black laquer is worn partially little bit.
The bellows is fully tight. But the black edge-tape on the right side has solved in areas Please see pictures with original leather straps and original case Made in Germany arround the Check out my!
Rare Hohner Diadonic button accordion. The instrument measures 12" wide x 12" long x 7' height. The belly is tight and nice. Instrument needs to be serviced, and cleaned.
Customers from outside the USA, please wait for my email before you send any payment. Thank you! I presumer. It is in good conditions!
It measures about 11 inches high x 9 inches wide x 6 inches thick. When it is opened the bellows ope to about 22" It has 25 treble buttons and 8 bass buttons.
The tremble buttons have 3 reeds per note without stops. It shows little signs of use. All the parts are fully original.Cape Breton fiddling English folk music Scottish folk music. For Odds Brexit, an instrument in D can play music in D major and B minor. The range of helper accidentals depends upon the instrument, with various models offering from two to ten bisonoric helper keys. To re-tune the Gleighton is fairly Coole Android Spiele and makes the biggest difference. Nothing like tis is produced today.