Delicia Sonorex 22 – 120 bass button accordion

£2,664.00 inc. VAT

The Delicia Sonorex 22 or 23 is a full featured 120 bass chromatic button accordion. With 50 notes and 3 voices available with either octave or musette tuning. For a more detailed technical specification, please see below.

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Description

Delicia Sonorex 22 / 23

 

120 bass chromatic button accordion

 

This Delicia Sonorex 22 or 23 chromatic button accordion is a full featured 5 row button accordion. It has as more notes than a 120 bass piano accordion but is considerable smaller and lighter. It is hand built in Hořovice in the Czech republic and is fitted with good quality Czech made reeds.

 

  • Free delivery within the UK for this accordion.

 

Comes complete with a set of shoulder straps and case. This button accordion is available to order in other colours. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

 

What's the left hand side got?

The Delicia Sonorex 22 or 23 is a standard bass accordion with 120 buttons on the left hand “stradella” keyboard. There are 6 rows of buttons with 2 rows of bass notes (Fundamental and Counterbass rows) and 4 rows of preset chords (Major, minor and seventh). This accordion has 4 voices in the left hand side with 5 register switches.

What's the right hand side got?

The Delicia sonorex 22 /23 is a 5 row chromatic button accordion  and has 82 button keys spread over the 5 rows it is available with the C system (Sonorex 22) or B system / Russian bayan (Sonorex 23)  layout and there are 50 seperate notes available. The accordion has 3 voices on the right hand side giving a choice of 7 registers. It is available with your choice of tuning (e.g. tremolo , swing or dry or unison tuning) and has 7 register switches.

How big is this accordion?

This 120 bass accordion weighs in at 10.2kg. It has a height of 45.5cm,  a length of 40cm and a width of 20cm.

Free the Reed accordion dimensions diagram

Accordion dimensions diagram

These measurements are taken with the accordion in an upright “playing position” as in the diagram.

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