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 Make Hohner
 Model Electronium NG Accordion
 Description Electronium NG Accordion Very rare electronic accordion with a beautiful classy design, from the endlessly innovative Hohner company. First made in 1952 as the Electronium A, this model probably dates from the 60's but is in near-mint condition. New, unsold old stock, evidently (see name tag in photo). Has no bass/chord buttons - plays single notes on the right-hand keyboard. This is not an electronic attempt to sound like a real accordion - it provides 16 voices mostly emulating wind instruments: 8' Flute, 8' Oboe, 8' English Horn, 8' Klarinette (Clarinet), 16' Fagott (Bassoon), 16' Saxophon, 16' Horn, 8' Trompete (Trumpet), 16' Posaune (Trombone), 16' Tuba, 8' Violine, 16' Cello, 16' Bass (actually 32', like a Sousaphone - powerful!), 16' E-Bass, 8' Pan Flute, and 16' Perc (a mellow marimba-like sound). Each voice can be raised or lowered by an octave and has a nice bright red indicator lamp next to its button. Vibrato speed/depth and tuning are variable over a wide range. The two percussive voices (E-Bass and Perc) can have their decay time set from a short pluck to a long sustain. Master volume is controlled by the usual movement of the bellows. The sounds are not exactly authentic, more evocative, and like early preset synths, really come to life with the addition of reverb or other effects. Comes complete with a power supply unit (was 220V, now set to 100V, can probably be easily reset if needed), also a schematic, leather straps, and a deluxe Hohner green baize lined wooden fitted case. German instruction manual can be downloaded here: < www.hohner.eu/ablage/med_00006386_1264085478_Electronium_NG_Bed.-Anleitung.pdf > A fascinating short video of the earlier A model with a very similar sound can be seen here: < www.youtube.com/watch?v=eml7J7zi4gA > Weight: 14kg Condition: Near Mint Location: Japan Voltage type: 100V Plug type: Standard US
 Age n/a
 Weight 14 kg
 Condition Near mint
 Location Japan 
 Vat Not from a VAT-registered business. But VAT / duty may be due if importing from outside your trade bloc.
 Quantity 1 item is available from the owner
 Options User manual : No
  Service manual : No
  First owner : No
  Original boxes : No
 Plug type Usa standard plug
 Voltage type Internal 110V power supply
 Status Item is still available
 Sale type The item is on the auction rooms
 Ending on 13/04/2013
 Category Miscellaneous 
 Serial number Unknown
 Sphere reference # 11094
 Statistics Created on : 10/04/2013 
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 Start price 380 GBP
 Converted price (1) 380 GBP
 Shipment International or local shipment to pay
 Packing costs 0 GBP
 Payment Full pre payment needed
 Auction bid step 20 GBP
 Auction highest bid 400 GBP
 Converted highest bid 400 GBP
 Leader or winner curoniansp
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