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Ramiroflores

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Dumb question but can the 3 reed Rey de Vallenato be used for Norteno/TexMex?[confused]
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Hi Ramiro,

I just thought I'd mention that Santiago Jimenez Sr also played a Hohner Corso which is the 3-voice version of the Hohner Erica. Search for him on youtube as there is a video of him playing the Hohner Corso on Viva Seguin and La Piedrera - sounds very wet with lots of tremolo - fine for traditional polka's.

The only difference with the El Rey del Vallenato is the extra reeds on the bass side. The Corso bass side is the same as a standard Corona II or Erica.

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You can also block off the third Reed that's is tuned flat so that you get the normal 2 Reed sound or dry tune all 3 reeds.
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You can also remove the flat set of reeds and replace with bassoon reeds making it sound like the master switch on a 5 register accordion.
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Gracias amigo!


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