Hohner Pokerwork D/G Melodeon Second Hand
This Hohner Pokerwork D/G Melodeon Second Hand is in the key of D/G,and is perfect for any player and ideal for Morris. The instrument is in wonderful condition and has hardly ever been used.
This button accordion comes complete with leather straps, a gig bag for easy transportation and keeping it safe from the weather, and a full years parts labour warranty.
So if you would like to own a beautiful instrument regarded as the workhorse of Morris in such stunning condition be quick!
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Button keyed diatonic Accordion, In England this term includes all button keyed diatonic accordions, in Ireland and Scotland it is more specific to the one row 10 keyed variety.
The Melodeon is very easy to learn, and tends to suit people who play by ear, as it is difficult to read music on a push-pull instrument. The fingering is very similar to the harmonica and anglo concertina on the right hand – with a different note on the push & pull of the bellows. There are bass notes and chords on the left hand.
We would always recommend you to start on a two row, D/G for English, or B/C for Irish music.
SOME TYPES OF MELODEON
2-Row Chromatic Melodeons | 2-Row Diatonic Melodeons | 3-Row Melodeons | Bandoneon | Bayan | One Row Melodeons
2-Row Chromatic Melodeons
Introduction: Two row chromatics have the rows tuned a semitone apart. The first key quoted is the lower. B/C is most common but we do sometimes have C/C# and C#/D. Chromatic tuning is normal in Ireland and popular as well in Scotland.
2-Row Diatonic Melodeons
Introduction: Two row diatonics have rows tuned one fourth apart, D/G is most common in England, while C/F is preferred in Germany and G/C in France.
Introduction: Three row melodeons expand the possibilities, we sell new ones in A/D/G. We sometimes have secondhand ones in B/C/C# as well.