Hi everyone, I’m getting various information as to what model and manufacturer built this accordion. I’m told by Zero-Sette and also by Brandoni, sometime in the 1980’s...is this a 127 model? It says “classic model” on the back. Thank you!
Now you are confusing me. I thought (but my memory isn't too good...) that it was Serenelli who made some early Zero Sette accordions, and that Serenelli and Serenellini are not the same company. WIth such names confusion is inevitable of course...The G Clef Symbol is on Serenellini made models.
The G badge is on Zero Sette made models.
Dan's accordion is missing a G badge. (Dan brought the accordion to my shop)
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