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hola miren cuando fui a comprar mi gabbanelli en el 2002 habia unas gabb de 7 cambios pero no le puse atencion hasta hora que vi una foto me pregunto si alguien de ustedes tiene una o por que las dejaron de fabricar o que onda?



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he mirado unos weltmeister que son de 2 tonos y traen 5 reg.  dos reg por tono y el switch de en medio es basura no sirve para nada me pregunto si este gabb. es algo parecido un acordeon de 2 tonos y el switch de enmedio nomas esta de adorno


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very interesting.. either that's some good photoshop work OR it has the same sound as a 9 switch except without the two redundant switches???

either way never seen a 7sw. before...

muy interesante.. sera que esto sera fabrica de buen trabajo de computadora O sera que tendra los mismo registros que un acordeon de 9 sonidos pero sin los dos sonidos repetitivos???

de toda manera nunca e visto un acordeon de 7 registros...


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humm interesante... yo tampoco eh visto una de 7.. yo pienso como tu.. creo ke tiene los mismo sonidos ke una de 9 except the two mention..

but some one please enlighten us.

i would like to know.
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Guerrini makes a model that has some useless switches,which are used only as adornos,cuz when you push some of them don't happens nothing though,nevertheless maybe someone could have a better response for that question......
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If im not mistaken i remember hearing and seeing the 7 switch accordion from lil Miguel Medina III when he posted a few clips of him and his dad jamming out



 I could be wrong but I count 7 switches on that accordion!!!
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si por lo que veo es de un solo tono pero con dos cambios diferentes  a la de 5 switch i no es esta arreglada con el fotoshop por que yo la vi cuando fui a gabb pero no la cale  

pss yo pieneso que sera buena opcion comprarla pero por algo la descontinuaron


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salinas2005,
 
You're right, that Beltrami is a 7-switch.  There are only 7 ways you can configure a 4 reed (3 clarinet/1 bassoon) box so Claudio just made it a 7-switch.  Very observant on your part.  Attached is a picture.


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hmmm...

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hmmmm I can count about 15 ways to configure a 4 reed accordion.... May not all sound very good together but the possiblity exists...

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i count 9 ways

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Saying we had a 4 reed layout with 3 Clarinet reeds and 1 Bassoon reed, I can configure:

- 1 Bassoon

- 1 Bassoon + 1 Clarinet

- 1 Bassoon + 2 Clarinet

- 1 Bassoon + 3 Clarinet

- 3 Clarinet

- 2 Clarinet

- 1 Clarinet

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Let's See:

1 Bassoon (B1), Clarinet 1 (C1), Clarinet 2 (C2), Clarinet 3 (C3)

1. B1, C1, C2, C3
2. B1, C1, C2
3. B1, C1
4. B1
5. B1, C1, C3
6. B1, C2, C3
7. B1 C3
8. B1, C2
9. C1, C2, C3
10. C1, C2
11. C1, C3
12. C1
13. C2, C3
14. C2
15. C3

Those are the 15 I count.

Let's look also at a 2 reed accordion.

Clarinet 1, Clarinet 2

1. C1
2. C2
3. C1, C2

Thus you have a three switch accordion.

We could say that this can also be made as a 2 switch accordion but would be ignoring the existing possibility or limiting ouselves....
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Actually it's a 3 reed that can be combined a total of 7 ways.

@ Karlitos, I love the finish on that accordion.

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elpotente,

Personally speaking, I've always wondered why a 3 switch and not a 2 switch.  You're isolating each reed of the 2 reeds when you're not on the Master.  Saying one reed is a 440 and the other is at say, 443 or 444...how much difference can one distinguish audibly once a bass, bajo, and drums come into play? 

I see and understand the extra reed layouts you presented but again wonder how much real difference you can hear with these additional layouts.  One has to wonder why Europeans configure 4 reed (3 clarinet/1 bassoon) accordions with a maximum of 9 switches instead of the 15 different ways presented.
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All Very valid points Karlitos. I personally am "bothered" musically speaking by the reeds that are tuned slightly higher (445, 447, etc...) It makes it a little more difficult to sing on pitch for me.

I have seen 2 switch accordions and I assume that they have done just what you suggested and isolated only one clarinet reed. If nothing else, it would cut down on production costs considering materials and labor or lack there of...
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so 7 is the minimum and 15 is the max. cool.

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elpotente,

I understand what you mean about staying in pitch vocally while one of the reeds is tuned 445, 447 etc.  On a 3-switch, either one switch is very bright or the other sounds somewhat flat but when they sound together, they make such a beautiful sound.  It's strange.

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so is that 7 switch gabby a real pic?
and what other sounds does the 7 swithch have that a five switch doesnt?
vallenato? or what
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I have a 7 switch curtini chromatic 3 reeds LMM

It has 2 master switches - one at the top and one at the bottom - handy.
7 switch is also common for the LMMM as noted in the above posts

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answering my own question:

mike gabbanelli said that yes, they did make a 7 switch accordion,
not common, but they do

it is the same as a 9 switch but without the two redundant switches

vallenato and 4 reed open sound are what you get with the 2 extra switches
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i found this on ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Gabbanelli-Triplerow-Accordion_W0QQitemZ230235525451QQihZ013QQcategoryZ16218QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

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thats cool....ive seen a six switch before....my friend has a gabbanelli that looks like a two tone but it is actually a six switch....


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I have this 7 registers 37 bottom 2 tones

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