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At the very end of this video, he does some neat scale a few times. I feel like knowing and practicing something like that would really increase dexterity.

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Then go for it!
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No idea where to start! One day.
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jajaja... Take one note at a time and make sure you have proper finger positioning to execute properly. Then, practice practice practice...
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It would be a lot easier if I just wasn't so torn about what I want to focus on more - button accordion or piano.
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That's where the problem arises when learning multiple instruments. Have you mastered the piano accordion? If not, I'd
go and choose one instrument and practice until you have reached maximum playability.


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Honestly if I had a nice, light 48 bass piano, I'd never touch the button again. I already know a lot of scales on the piano, know all the notes by looking at it, my hands are used to it, etc. It's just so much easier and lighter with the button than my 25 lb 120 bass accordion. I'm having fun learning norteños and cumbias, but on the piano I could do so much more.
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Diatonic accordions are so limited compared to a piano... I have been meaning to buy a small chromatic accordion in c system. I know Hohner makes a small version (not really small but smaller than standard chromatics) which would be great for my style of music. If you are going to play complicated stuff and mostly be on the piano then I'd just master that instrument. Playing nortenos and cumbias on a piano is not that bad.
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I'm going to try to save up for a Hohner Bravo. In the long run, I have such a head start on the piano, and what I've learned on the diatonic I can easily transfer over. I've actually learned a lot of music theory from buying the Panther, so I don't regret it at all.
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