72 bass 34 key borsini professional accordion wanted
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Hello I am looking for a borsini 72bass 34 key 3or4 voice treble side. Would also consider 96bass in 72bass 34 key size. Must be of good quality Italian build. For quick response please contact 07899686217. Thankyou. John.
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#2
Unfortunately these are no longer made. You may want to consider a Guileitti 72 or 96 bass.
Smythe's Accordion Center, since 1997
Oakland ,California
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#3
<QUOTE author="kimric"><s>
kimric Wrote:Unfortunately these are no longer made. You may want to consider a Guileitti 72 or 96 bass.
You are referring the OP from one discontinued brand to the next...
But of course all of these may still be found on the used market.
Paul De Bra (not Debra...)
http://www.de-bra.nl
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<URL url="http://www.petosa.com/portfolio-items/model-p-72/">http://www.petosa.com/portfolio-items/model-p-72/</URL>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Giulietti 72 ..new. Don't know who makes it.. seem to remember Zero Sette...
But Zero Sette do make a 72 bass B11a and prob can be ordered in desired configuration.. <URL url="http://www.zerosetteaccordions.com/strumenti.php">http://www.zerosetteaccordions.com/strumenti.php</URL>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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I carry them in my shop, I get them through Petosa, they can be ordered tuned to taste.
Smythe's Accordion Center, since 1997
Oakland ,California
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<QUOTE author="Soulsaver"><s>
Soulsaver Wrote:<URL url="http://www.petosa.com/portfolio-items/model-p-72/">http://www.petosa.com/portfolio-items/model-p-72/</URL> Giulietti 72 ..new. Don't know who makes it.. seem to remember Zero Sette...
But Zero Sette do make a 72 bass B11a and prob can be ordered in desired configuration.. <URL url="http://www.zerosetteaccordions.com/strumenti.php">http://www.zerosetteaccordions.com/strumenti.php</URL>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
There may still be stock but as far as I know (and it was in "the news") Giullietti has ceased to exist as a brand. They always only designed accordions and had an existing factory build them for them. For a very long time that has indeed been Zero Sette which also stopped being an independent brand and factory for a very long time. Zero Sette is now effectively part of Bugari, with one common factory. You can see a picture of the factory on the Bugari website where the left side of the building that has the Zero Sette logo has been cropped off.
These are all fine instruments, and I in fact would prefer them over a Borsini because Borsini accordions are less sturdy (they are optimized for light weight).
Paul De Bra (not Debra...)
http://www.de-bra.nl
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#7
Since 2010 the Giullietti brand name has been revived. --- See here --- <URL url="http://www.accordionlinks.com/manufacturer.html">http://www.accordionlinks.com/manufacturer.html</URL>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; -- and look under Giullietti.


and --- <URL url="http://www.giuliettiusa.com/">http://www.giuliettiusa.com/</URL>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Owner & Operator "THE FISARMONICA SHOP" Chicopee, MA USA
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Quote:These are all fine instruments, and I in fact would prefer them over a Borsini because Borsini accordions are less sturdy (they are optimized for light weight).

Paul, that's an interesting observation. I just bought a new (to me) super star 5/5, LMMMH and it weighs 31 # - hardly a light weight.

Ed
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#9
<QUOTE author="kimric"><s>
kimric Wrote:I carry them in my shop, I get them through Petosa, they can be ordered tuned to taste.
Hello do you have an early one not the vienna sparkly types. Cheers. Jock.
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#10
Still looking?
I have a Borsini Vienna 724 LMMH accordion in mint condition. 34 keys, 96 bass. Black, not sparkly. Middle reeds are a moderate musette tuning. Mint condition. I'm the original owner, bought it from the USA Borsini rep nearly 7 years ago. I rarely play it. <EMAIL email="rkondor88@gmail.com">rkondor88@gmail.com</EMAIL> if interested.
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