Lost or stolen
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If your present digital accordion was lost or stolen and got full value from insurance. What would you replace it with?
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(24-03-2020, 02:46 PM)Keymn Wrote: If your present digital accordion was lost or stolen and got full value from insurance. What would you replace it with?

Oh no! I hope this is a rhetorical question. Did someone steal your accordion?
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(24-03-2020, 03:15 PM)AccordionTop126 Wrote:
(24-03-2020, 02:46 PM)Keymn Wrote: If your present digital accordion was lost or stolen and got full value from insurance. What would you replace it with?

Oh no! I hope this is a rhetorical question. Did someone steal your accordion?

No, just a question...

To answer my own question: I would go with a smaller version like fr1x and use the power of the Korg pa1000 arranger to connect.
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#4
I would get another 72 Piatanesi, except with 4 treble reeds instead of 3.
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#5
I would by a similar model of the most recent generation.
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#6
Depends... if my 8X was stolen and I had to replace it, for me there is nothing else out there currently that is better (that includes an Evo), so I would be getting another 8X.

If my Hohner Free bass was stolen, well, first there is no other accordion out there that could ever replace it... sentimental value and all, but I suppose I could quench my tears with a custom FB Gola... haha
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