Mengascini C30 MB free bass button accordion

£2,136.00 inc. VAT

This Mengascini C30 M.B. is a brand new free bass accordion. It is a lightweight, compact instrument making an ideal first free bass accordion for a child or adult.

For more technical details on this accordion, please see below.

Description

Mengascini C30 M.B.

 

4 row free bass chromatic button accordion

 

This Mengascini C30 M.B. free bass chromatic button accordion is small, compact and lightweight. The 30 note range for the free bass keyboard and its 4 rows in each hand make it a highly equiped entry level free bass accordion. This makes it an excellent choice if you are looking to buy your first free bass chromatic button accordion.

 

The Mengascini C30 M.B. is built in Castelfidardo, Italy with Italian made reeds. Its compact size makes it suitable for adults or children and it’s light weight makes it easy to carry from one place to the next. 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 Mengascini C30 M.B. is a free bass accordion with 40 buttons on the left hand “free bass” keyboard. There are 4 rows of buttons giving 30 seperate free bass notes. This accordion has  1 voice in the left hand side with no register switches.

What's the right hand side got?

The Mengascini C30 M.B. is a 4 row chromatic button accordion  and has 40 button keys spread over the 4 rows it is available with the C system or B system (Russian bayan) layout and there are 30 seperate notes available. The accordion has 1 voice on the right hand side offering a 1 register, it has no register switches.

How big is this accordion?

This free bass accordion weighs in at only 3.5kg. It has a height of 30.5cm,  a length of 38cm and a width of 16cm.

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.

Google+