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GALLO

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GILBERTO ERES MI ULTIMA ESPERANZA:

 

MI NOMBRE ES JORGE Y SOY TOLUCA ESTADO DE MEXICO. ESTOY CON MIS HERMANOS EN UN GRUPO DE MUSICA NORTEÑA.

 

MUY PRONTO IREMOS AL ESTUDIO DE GRABACION Y NECESITO UN ACORDEON DE TECLAS, UN GABBANELLI MODELO 305.

 

ES MUY DIFICIL ENCONTRARLO DESDE AQUI......

 

QUE PUEDES HACER POR MI AMIGO?.....

 

 


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nice job gilbert on that black box.  i just picked up my 1950's style red horner in sol i would love to have one with 34 buttons would u concider ever doing this for one of you fellow members.  hey just thought i would ask because i would be great to have one before Horner goes into production. its just that it would be better to have one made out of a older box because of the sound. thanx

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not sure if this is the correct forum.   just inherited a mid 70's (i think)

Corona II and can't seem to find any tutorial information anywhere around

here ( near chicago, illinois)  i would love to learn how to play it but have no

idea where to start...can anyone offer any advise??

thanks in advance


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        Hey Gilbert!! Well, I was reading the top page in which you said that it was kind tricky to carve the three new holes because of the wood being so delicate; Well, and then you added that unless you're willing to throw afew accordions away then try it or soemthing... well, IF you DID messed up on some accordions... how much would you sell me one like that?? ((without the x-tra 3buttons though the prototype ones in which you might of messed up on them...)) Im a newbie into the accrodion world and on a budget... in other words: HELP A BROTHA OUT!!.... PLEASE!! thanks!!

 

        PS: I sent you an email about three weeks ago in regards of a 2tone gabby in all white (Fa&Mi)... have one on hand?? my uncle's interested! Once again, Thanks!!

       

        My email: archvile665@yahoo.com

        My phone#: 1-800-emailme

 

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HOLA SEÑOR GILBERTO, SALUDOS DESDE LA TIERRA DEL PULQUE :
 
DEFINITIVAMENTE, QUE BONITAS ESTAN CON 34, MUCHAS FELICIDADES.
 
AHORA LE FALTA DISEÑARLO EN 3 SWICHES.
 
ADIOS Y BUENA SUERTE CON LOS SUPER HOHNERS.

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hey gil, i have also added 3 extra notes to two hohners & have a question for you, why do you add the extra buttons on the bottom of the accordion? there is twice as much room on the top. im planning on making a another one soon & would like to know why, maybe im missing something? is it eazier, less work, etc........?


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Firstly than nothing,thanks for bringing up this old subject on board again,I want to congratulate to Gilbert by his successful,so also I want to say as a sort of info,for those interested in adding extra buttons in his/her Hohner accordions,that it's possible to add till six of them in the keyboard,three in the top and three in the bottom.(I've done this one)

In this way,if someone needs to install them,he knows that this issue is possible to do.
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Saludos Carlos,

The only reason I added the buttons at the bottom was because It was easier than having to move the entire mechanism up a notch.  I only dealt with adding the three button rods and drilled the holes.

Show us pictures of your accordions.

Gilberto

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ok Mr Gil thanks for the info. you`re doing exactly what im doing , but opposite. the entire machanism stays where it is. i just add the three valve rods on top (simply because there is alot more space to work with) and push ( & replace) the keyboard rod out from the bottom up with a longer one ( for those of you that are woundering, you have to do this if not you`ll have springs flying all over the place) all i move up a notch are the blocks, but thats not any extra work, as soon as i do another one ill post some pics ,any way Mr. Reyes thanks for your fast respond & ill see you at the conjunto fest


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I see what you did.  Yes there is more room at the top.  Good job!


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hey gilbert
how much would u charge me
to modify my corona?
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It was a long time dream of mine to have a Hohner 34 button accordion. For years I modified my boxes to get these extra buttons. Well no longer, here is the new Corona Xtreme II that will be available in Pearl Gold, Black Pearl, Pearl Blue, Pearl Grey, Pearl Red, Pearl White, and Jet Black like in this picture. All of the Corona series accordions will have the crown, some on the fingerboard like the Xtreme II and some at the base. With our custom shop, you will be able to add rhinestones and other designs as well.

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wow thats a beautifull box......i want one now lol


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Gilbert. Y por que no le pones tu propia marca cambia poquito lo de afuera y estu propio diseno ni como pelee la hohner porque todo el mecanismo es diferente como gabbanelli y brillinton o boppola por fin de hohner nose le prodias poner "REYES" como tu pagina ademas podrias crear empleo como vez no seria mala idea
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While I was looking for some videos online I found this man playing a Hohner 5 row accordion.. 

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Hola Sr Gilbert, les comparto con gusto las fotos de mi Hohner La Dunkelheit asi le digo porque esta Oscura como la noche y creo que es de los años 50 o 60 , por favor diganme ustedes si alguien sabe mas o menos el año de este modelo, la compre en Alemania , yo vivo aqui , pero soy de Monterrey y pos a le pico tantillo al Acordeon y estoy aprendiendo a afinarla tambien, aqui cuento con una infinidad de materiales y por su puesto Hohner de Trossingen  y algunos que otros afinadores de la region,,, Saludos

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