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pumseig

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Anybody ever see one of these?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Hohner-Button-Accordion-made-Brazil-/200698004012?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2eba88822c



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siempre habran cosas raras


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is this real Tim?


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i have an accordion exactly the same as that one its my suegros and im fixing it for him. it dosen't say where its from ive searched everywhere to see where its from but no luck i hope you can shine a light on this tim. by the way the accordion sound really good i like the sound of this accordion i wish it was mine but once im finished fixing it its going back to monterey. oh and another question do you have any bass buttons for this accordion in stock. my father in laws is missing one and id like to replace it with a original button. 
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Yes, it's legitimate. Hohner did manufacture some two rows in Brazil decades ago. They shut that operation down some time ago. Probably around the 70's. I don't know the exact dates. We don't have any parts for the accordions made there, however it's similar to our Poker-work #2815, and the buttons from that may work.
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I´ve seen many of them in my workshop. Such model has a swallow painted in the front, its sound is M/H in each button. I'm afraid its quality was lower though.
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Hey Guys , are the bellows the same size in midsize Hohner accordions?

Nova, Bravo ll, Concerto 1, Student lv M, Classic?? 

If they are, I could buy a used one and use the stradella base side with its own frame and attach the bellow from a Hohner Classic.

There is a used Hohner Student lV M for sale at an affordable price right now. Do not know its dimensions. Would like to know if the bellows are compatible to do the conversion. Thanks 
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I've measured the bellows of Student IV and I have realized they're narrower than the one of Corona II., yet I've fitted several of them by making some simple adaptations, for customers who want to play the bass buttons.
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