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34 button 12 bass with 3 Registers New Scala-Soprani Acordeon how good are they and how much would you pay for them? anyone own one or have any videos

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http://mcallen.en.craigslist.org/msg/1446367793.html
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UGLY!
Wouldn't pay more than $200.  Look like yingie or rossetti.
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Yo pienso que nadie ha tenido este modelo y por eso no te dan opiniones. El diseño del celluloid no esta muy bonito que digamos.

He leído que segun eso los fabrica la Rossetti, pero no se.

Aca en Mexico vendieron uno en 8,500 pesos (670 USD) de 3 registros. Como si fuera italiano.

http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.mx/MLM-31570004-acordeon-botones-scala-soprani-italiano-3-registros-tono-fa-_JM


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I have no idea of the internal quality but they do look Chinese made, so the price is too high.
I would not consider it unless I could play it.

They are hideous.. looks like clown barf to me.
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EL ACORDEON ES NUEVO ES ITALIANO CUENTA CON CORREAS ESTUCHE DURO  ES DE 34 BOTONES EN TONO DE FA TRES REGISTROS  PROTECTOR DE LA PARTE TRASERA MUY BUEN SONIDO Y EXELENTE PRECIO

From the sale listing
muy "exelente precio"

"made in Italy"  the sticker maybe?

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"made in Italy"  the sticker maybe?
 

Como se dice comunmente: "El papel aguanta todo"


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There are accordeons now being "made" in Italy with components from China...  if not sub assemblies from China...
No decent  entirely Italian made Italian accordeon would be offered for that price...




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Esta marca parece que es de Azael Garza de Monterrey.. el de la pagina de http://www.acordeonesybajos.com  una vez me dijo que se habia asociado con alguien y que iban hacer una marca nueva o algo asi.. quien sabe como esten



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Made in Italy can be the same as made in Germany - parts and major assembly done in China and then a couple of finishing fine touches at home - enough for a made in Germany/Italy label.

made in China is not necessarily bad - the Hohner panther is an awesome little accordion for the price and plays and sounds well - on the other hand something like the Parrot is an abomination to the heavens.

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The color-ful ones look ,as the kids at school say, "GAY". 
But, sometimes the consumer gets used to being gouged, that some thing of good quality comes out cheap and they don't give it a chance.
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I think there is enough information to raise a red flag..
I would want to play it and open it up to see the reeds and reed blocks and pull the grille to look at the action rods and pallets.

I agree the Panther is a good deal at a good price
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digo pero alguien ha tenido alguna, me refiero todos la podemos descalificar por k es china, por su precio  o incluso por k se ve "gay" como dice squiz1boy,  pero alguien ha calado una, que realmente nos digan "no sirven"... 

with all due respect guys, does any one have tryed one of this?




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Look at the grill on the top two.  It's the same as a Rosetti II, or that accordion the someone was trolling the other day, "Bonetti" or something like that.  Same box, same maker, same results.

Doesn't matter what the name is...whoever has played the Rosetti II has played this box.  I would bet my next paycheck that they are of the exact same quality, or lack thereof.

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orale gracias amigos

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bueno miren cuando vaya para texas me voy a poner en contacto con el chavo y voy a calar unas. y les digo MI OPINION ya que las cale.

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