Hohner Compadre E / A / D 3-row diatonic accordion – Black

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  • Comes with adjustable bass strap and redesigned wide open grille allwoing for greater volume.
  • Comes with 31 treble buttons, 12 bass buttons, and a celluloid fingerboard.
  • Gig bag and straps included.
  • Incredible Value
  • Warranty is for parts and labor to repair any manufacturer defects. it lasts for 90 days after the purchase date

All Hohner 1 row accordions have 4 pull stops, which are 16-8-8-4.  What does this mean?  The 16 represents the bassoon (bass), the 8 represents the clarinet, the second 8 is a clarinet tuned slightly sharper (mid) and the 4 represents the piccolo (high) in organ terminology.

A great instrument for Cajun sound and other folk styles, Hohner’s Ariette has a traditional design with four treble stops, open key mechanism and Cajun tuning. The perfect beginner’s or intermediate accordion, Ariette includes a 40-page instructional book, shoulder strap and hardshell carrying case.

Why buy this accordion?

One Row accordions (Ariette or HA-114) are played in a “driving” uptempo rhythm, like a fiddle.

Matt’s Rant: People around the world have bought this specific model because of it’s easy playability. The Ariette is a great way for you to begin to connect to the great music which has originated in the Mississippi delta of the deep south. In this small region, music such as the blues, jazz, cajun, creole, zydeco, folk and gospel were born. Personally, I have re-connected and dove into the past again in the wake of the recent hurricanes, to grab the roots of where modern music began. The music world owes an incredible amount of debt to this area that has given so much.

Let us not forget Folk styles, two steps, waltzes, jigs and reels which this accordion can be used for. Webster’s definition of folk music is: “traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of the people in a community.” English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Australian and Canadian traditionals from era 1600-1900 are very important in the fabric of the Folk music world.All Hohner 1 row accordions have 4 pull stops, which are 16-8-8-4.  What does this mean?  The 16 represents the bassoon (bass), the 8 represents the clarinet, the second 8 is a clarinet tuned slightly sharper (mid) and the 4 represents the piccolo (high) in organ terminology.

A great instrument for Cajun sound and other folk styles, Hohner’s Ariette has a traditional design with four treble stops, open key mechanism and Cajun tuning. The perfect beginner’s or intermediate accordion, Ariette includes a 40-page instructional book, shoulder strap and hardshell carrying case.
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Why buy this accordion?

One Row accordions (Ariette or HA-114) are played in a “driving” uptempo rhythm, like a fiddle.

Matt’s Rant: People around the world have bought this specific model because of it’s easy playability. The Ariette is a great way for you to begin to connect to the great music which has originated in the Mississippi delta of the deep south. In this small region, music such as the blues, jazz, cajun, creole, zydeco, folk and gospel were born. Personally, I have re-connected and dove into the past again in the wake of the recent hurricanes, to grab the roots of where modern music began. The music world owes an incredible amount of debt to this area that has given so much.

Let us not forget Folk styles, two steps, waltzes, jigs and reels which this accordion can be used for. Webster’s definition of folk music is: “traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of the people in a community.” English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Australian and Canadian traditionals from era 1600-1900 are very important in the fabric of the Folk music world.

Hohner Compadre E / A / D 3-row diatonic accordion – Black