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JerryPH

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That same basic accordion is sitting in my basement but in piano format, not CBA. The Elkavox was the king back in it's heyday! :D
 

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Yes I agree ....I owned an Elkavox 83 piano accordion model from about 1987 I took up the option to have this very new system called midi installed at time of purchase . A few years later I purchased a Technics smac1200 accomps module and had it connected to the midi socket .I had a lot of fun and many many gigs, both set ups were very reliable . it all seems such a long while ago looking back .........but exciting happy times with wonderful memories ................I've been hooked on midi ever since with my accordions .................(just my opinion )
Thanks for sharing the Youtube loved the playing and the music yes the Elkavox was the king in it's day .
PS If you like midi with your accordion great ...If not ....no worries ...just enjoy ...the important thing is to play !!!
 

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When I owned an ill-fated Sem Ciao, some of its sounds were supposedly ElkaVox 83 sounds. The same holds true today in Master midi products. I guess the ElkaVox has its admirers!
 

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