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Excelsior 9xx

nagant27

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Do you want a tone chamber or a straight reed block accordion?
 

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9xx series are good bets.. professional grade in every way

911 is straight, 940 and 960 are chambered

from your location, however, since shipping accordions holds much risk
even when packed well, and since Italy is so close, i would think a vacation
there (after the Virus) would be worth considering, as it is likely you can find
some in the general marketplace

ciao

Ventura
 

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Priority for chamber one. Will take time till flights will be in action. Can also order from abroad, but prefering of course to check befor buying.
 

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Looking to buy Excelsior 9xx - 914,940 etc.
I have owned the IMG_1338.jpgExcelsior Symphony Grand citation. I wish I had never sold it. It has 6/4 sets of the finest reeds ever made.

Accordion Gallery has it for sale at 5400$. Contact Lazarov and ask about it.
 

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I had a Symphony Grand for a while. Also regret letting it go :( it needed some bass work and was tuned too high. No one would agree to do the whole job for a reasonable price so it just sat there until I decided I’d try to find something else. The reeds were amazing but I never liked the bass sound of the excelsiors. Too bright and in your face next to the soft jazzy treble tones. Still looking...
 

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which is why a 940 or 960 MidiVox is so perfect... nice Upright Bass and Rhodes chording
with those treble "soft jazzy " reed tones
 

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