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SergeRbt

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Hello,
My name is Serge and I am leaving in a small city close to Paris.
After having learned accordion during some years when I was young, I started again 5 years ago using the FR1Xb accordion from Roland.
Although I do not appreciate the ergonomy of the instrument (poor 3 digits display, complex menus, difficult configuration ...), I am really enthousiast with the quality of the sound that we can get, specially when using Headphones.
I am now really passionate about this V-Accordion family from Roland.
I hope I will be sometime able to provide you support on these accordions.
Note : I am sorry for my poor or approximate English.
Thanks for welcoming me in your forum.
Bye !
 

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Welcome Serge. Good to hear your enthusiasm for the accordion and your FR1Xb.
You say you have come back to the accordion after learning as a young man. Whatever happened to your original accordion?
 

SergeRbt

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Hello,
I still use it from time to time when I go to my parent's home.
It is a small Fratelli Crosio with only 3 rows on right hand :-(
The problem with this accordion is that it would need some repair. Some reeds are really detuned. That's a point that encouraged me to switch to Electronic accordions, before considering the diversity of sounds that can be used with such an accordion.
 

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Welcome Serge!
 

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Welcome Serge!🙂👍
No need to apologise, your English is excellent, and certainly much better than my nonexistent French!😀
I've been attempting to learn the proper pronunciation of my wife's perfume from a website pronunciation guide ( La nuit trêsor, by Lancôme 😀): getting there!🙂
 
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