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Gilbert

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Industria Musicale Castelfidardo
 
La linea Anacleto de Hohner 
 El maestro Anacleto
  
Hecho a mano 
 

On behalf of Clay Edwards President of Hohner, Inc., Anacleto is presented with the Hohner Lifetime Achievement Award for his excellent craftsmanship and incredible work throughout the years.

A nombre del presidente Clay Edwards de la empresa de Hohner, Inc., Anacleto se le presenta la concesión del éxito por su excelente artesania y el increible trabajo a través de los años.

 
  
  
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Eduardo Hernandez - Los Tigres Del NorteJuan Villarreal - Los Cachorros
Los Tucanes De TijuanaPaulino Bernal and Juan Villarreal
Hohner, Inc. and the “Anacleto” line of accordions are not connected to, approved by, or otherwise related in any way to Gabbanelli Accordions & Imports, L.L.C. of Houston, Texas.
 
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WOW very nice looking factory thanks for sharing

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Un clasico pueblito italiano, me gustaria visitarlo algun dia

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wow i want to go there personally soon!  maybe i even get a better price on these priiiicey accordions!lol

David

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I say save the 2 to 3 thousand dollars that will cost you to fly to Italy, not including hotel and food, and save to purchase one here in the states. This factory only makes accordions for Hohner and will not sell any of their accordions to customers direct. And I don't thnk they will breaking any contract agreement with Hohner anytime soon just to sell a few accordions.

But to go and vist would be a blast.
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Very nice. Love the small town. Are the Anacleto collection Hohners made by the IMC factory that used to make the Gabbanellis? I also see the name Piermaria, is that an accordion made for or by france? Thanx for sharing.


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piermaria accordions are made by IMC
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David, this company is not exclusive to hohner. in fact at a point not sure if they still do, they did gabbanelli. I have been researching for a while and there is a lot of things people don't know.
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Hi Dennis,

You are right on exclusivity depending on how the term “exclusivity” is applied.   Exclusive only to Hohner for “all” accordions? You are correct-they are not exclusive for “all” accordions since they do make piano & chromatic accordions for the French market (Piermaria).  Exclusive specifically for diatonic accordions for Hohner? I can assure you that yes they are exclusive only to Hohner.     Industria Musicale Castelfidardo use to make diatonic accordions for other companies, but now only the new Anacleto line and Piermaria which they have been making for over 30 years.

Later I will post the history of accordion makers in Italy and who is doing what since there seems to be a lot of confusion in this area.

Thank you all for your posts.


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That would be great! It's hard to find that information. For some reason, no one wants to share that info. When you do find some info, it's usually out of date or hearsay. Thanks Gilbert.
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Arturo,

I'm with you.  I felt the same way up until I started spending some time in Italy and actually meeting owners of these accordion factories and having the opportunity to get direct info on who is doing what. 

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Any info about the Italian accordion makers will surely be welcome for most of us, then we're eager to know their detailed procedures on the making of their products. From my part, I'm pretty interested seeing how they do each step and what they use for its elaboration.
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Good move to Italian crafting and  "a mano" reeds ( or are they TAM)

So, lets have them make some 2 rows and one row 4 reed models based on the  Erica and HA114.

Thanks for posting Gilbert.
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Yo ya he estado en Castelfidardo en las fábricas de acordeones. El pueblo es precioso, los italianos muy latinos y amables.
Y son los Jefes de Jefes en el mundo del acordeón.
Yo también quiero un Hohner-Anacleto con voces a mano.
Saludos raza.
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A y no es el "estilo" gabbanelli, es el estilo Italiano. Gabbanelli no fue el primero ni sera el ultimo. Hay acordeones mucho mejores que nunca vemos simplemente por su precio. Y no estoy hablando de unos $5000 hablo de 10,000 hasta 50,000.
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Me imagino que son igual o mejor calidad las Gabbs en su nueva fabrica. Ya que todas las accordeones hechas en Italia son de calidad superior. No creo que Hohner o Gabb tengan problemas en encontrar buenos clientes. Ahorita se trata de servicio al cliente. Si algien quiere una Gabb y no se siente agusto en como lo atienden, tiene otras opciones. Igual con las demas marcas de accordeon. Saludos


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Viendo que mas de uno está bastante confundido con todos estos acontecimientos que se han venido desarrollando últimamente con respecto a la alianza entre Hohner y los fabricantes de acordeones italianos. La verdad, yo especulo que si Hohner pensó en mejorar substancialmente el acordeón diatónico que ha producido desde siempre,  a los fábricantes de Hohner, le resulta más cómodo y eficaz, delegar o usar los servicios de otra fábrica reconocida y prestigiada ( sin importar su locación) para hacer realidad ese proyecto, (sin dejar de lado algunos otros intereses comprometidos en ese mismo proyecto). y así, se adelanta rápidamente al tiempo, para tratar de satisfacer a su cada día más exigente clientela . Si no quieren, no me lo crean, alcabo que cada quien está poniendo su granito de arena eculubrando lo que sea, con tal de pasar el rato opinando en este buen foro. Salud.
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Yo cale una Hohner Anacleto aqui en San Antonio en  Sam Ash, y la mera neta, no estan tan padres como tu diras. La acordeon esta muy bonita, los colores y disenos estan con ganas, pero a tocarla senti que a las voces le faltan volumen you color. Nos por nada si se escuchaba bien, pero no a lo que me esperaba. Tal vez la tienda no las cuida y les paso algo a las voces. Esta nomas fue mi experencia.

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Pues yo tengo un Boppola, un Gabbanelli y un Hohner Classic....el mejor sonido entre el Boppola y Gabbanelli, lo tiene el Boppola, pero el Honher cuando lo toco lo escuchan de un rancho a otro en la sierra de Maineros Tamps.


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my bro and i had the oportunity to try one of the new Hohner anacletos and all we could say was WOW! not only do they sound amazing the look just as awesome one of the best accordions hes ever played ....is what he told me i have video recorded and want to show yall but i dnt think its possible to upload via cell phone to reyes which Gilbert u gotta look into that lol jk ....... all in all hohner makes a very good accordion we are gonna try to buy a new anacleto sometime this year si dios quiere
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Seria un honor trabajar ahi, aunque solo me dieran donde vivir y comida. Aprender de ellos no tiene precio. La estrategia de hohner es buena a largo plazo. Hoy introducen un acordeon 100% italiano con la marca hohner pero en un futuro el verdadero avance se vera cuando sus diseñadores y mano de obra trabajen juntos en un proyecto común.Sucede todos los días, en el mundo de los negocios se le llama la formula de 1+1=3.
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Hola gilbert, acabo de comprar mi primer anacleto y la verdad si valen la pena, tenia dos preguntas si podria respondermelas ya que usted es parte de la familia hohner. 1. Por que en mi acordeon no tiene el logo Anacleto en el bass side y 2. Los shoulder straps se me hacen muy chicas para mi ya que soy un poco grande en peso, jaja... Solo los hacen en una medida o hay medidas mas grandes por que creo que agarre las mas chicas?
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Saludos Luis,

Felicidades!  Tenemos dos estilos, uno sin Anacleto y otro con Anacleto- son los mismos acordeones.  Mandame un PM con tu direccion y te mano strap extenders para tus correas.  Necesito saber el color.


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Is that a compact 5 switch?
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oh ok, yo pense que habia alguna diferencia a los que dicen Anacleto, mis correas son blancas con la foam fabric rojo. Muchisimas gracias Gilbert se lo agradesco. PM sent.

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I agree with Elrubio, it would be nice to see a two row Anacleto!
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