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Alberto

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Does the corona III-N have 3 reed blocks like the average 5 switch accordions or does it have 2 long reed blocks?
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It has 5 reed blocks. What your thinking of is the italian set up. 
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wow,,, never seen one. Thanks.
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Each row uses 1.5 blocks. Block 2 is shared between block 1 and three. It's a little easier setup to work on because all the reeds for each row are in a line, it doesn't skip around from one block to the other.
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