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Help identifying Hohner accordion?

sbark

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Hello everyone!

I am just learning how to play the accordion by ear and had the good fortune of coming into possession of a Hohner one.

I was wondering if anyone could help me identify which model this is, so I can have a bit more info and maybe be able to find a fingering chart for it.

Thanks in advance!
 

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Hi,
Welcome to the forum and to the world of accordion playing!
I can't help with the precise model of Hohner you have but it has two sets of reeds on the treble side and looks like a standard 120 bass instrument.

I assume you're talking about a fingering chart for the bass end? Your accordion is almost certain to have standard "Stradella" bass. This Wikipedia page is a good place to start.

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The key thing is to find your C bass button, on the second column in from the bellows and about half way up. It's probably concave rather than domed so you can feel it.

Good luck and happy playing!
Tom
 

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