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Willie

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lets se if someone can answer i have a standard sol panther what  i want is to make my panther to be  loud as a hohner corona can i do that by getting corona reeds or its just the whole box that its made of cheap material? how much do the reeds go for? and where can i find them in los angeles

tengo un sol panther i queria hacerlo ke se oiga recio como el corona yo pienso ke si compro las voces del corona se ba escuchar mas recio pero no estoy seguro no se si es por el material corriente del accordion


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Hohner reeds are Hohner reeds. There is no difference between Panther reeds and Classic reeds, other than fine tuning.

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As JohnGonzalez say...there is no difference between the Panther's voices and the Hohner ones so there is not problem if you want swap/replace them.

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So what can I do to make my panther sound as loud as the corona ? I guess it's the wood the box is made of then
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Wood is also the same in both, have u noticed that the grill cloth is thicker in the Panther than in the Corona? maybe u should switch it by another thinner. "the thicker the cloth is, the less of sound you will get" (this saying is of my own ..LOL )

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I can understand the reeds being the same size, but the quality does not sound the same to me.

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That's what I thought too but I change the grill the new on has no cloth and it's I little louder
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i think its the bellows that might be a little different. the panther bellow is smaller  than a corona and more stiff in my opinion. i have a corona II and it is loud as can be, but recently i swapped out my corona reeds for a pair of panther reeds that are dry tuned they are a little softer but i believe its do to the tuning. hopefully my imput sheds some light.
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GRACIAS POR LA RESPUESTA SR, SANTOS.

 

VI UN COMENTARIO EN REYES ACCORDIONS, Y TENIA ESA DUDA LE PREGUNTE EL DIA DE AYER,

 

AL PARECER DICE QUE NO HAY DIFERENCIA EN LAS VOCES DE UNA PANTHER Y UNA HOHONER CORONA II. ES CORRECTO??

SON DE LA MISMA CALIDAD, EL HECHO DE SER UNA HOHONER MAS ECONOMIA NO CAMBIA LAS VOCES, EN UNA OCASIÓN STEVE MTZ QUE TOCABA CON THE HOMETOWN BOYS LO AGARRO Y

ME DIJO QUE TENIA BUENAS VOCES, YO PIENSO QUE CAMBIA EN LA CAJA Y EL FUELLE QUE PARECE DE CARTON , PERO LAS VOCES SON SIMILAR QUE LAS DEL CORONA II.

 

 

 

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As JohnGonzalez say...there is no difference between the Panther's voices and the Hohner ones so there is not problem if you want swap/replace them.

 

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aveces eso es solo mental por la apariencia  visual.(ami me paso esa confucion). yo tengo un corona ii classic y un phanter los dos en tono de sol y se escuchan igual de fuerte. tambien tenia otro corona II pero ese estaba Dry tune y ese si se escuchava mas quedito.  lo unico que aveces puede cambiar en los acordeones es en que tono esta y la afinacion en que este. llevalo con un esperto y preguntale si tu hohner panther esta tune de la fabrica o a sido modificado a wet, asordinado o jazz tuning como le llaman algunos. xk tal ves no tenga ni las voces de un hohner. suerte[thumb]
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los coronas si suenan mucho mas fuerte que los panthers y los compadre pero son los coronas antiguos los de los 60s y 70s no los coronas de oy  yo tengo tres uno de los 70s en tono de la y dos de 60s uno en sol y otro en fa y en este pasado diciembre compre un corona de los nuevos en tono de mi y me lleve una gran desepcion porque ahuque tiene bonito sonido el volumen entre uno y el otro la diferencia es muy grade agarro uno y agarro el otro y prefiero 10 veces mis coronas de antes por muchas rasones los botones mas bajito mas grandes y planos y sobretodo el volumen en el sonido mas grueso y mas solido
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Volume is several things, the width and length of the reed ,airflow ,pressure ,tolerances and openness of the grill. Most of these are hard to change and may affect the quality of sound emitted.

You might just want to install a mic system, it will be as loud as the amp you plug it into, and your reeds will thank you by staying in tune and not breaking.


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