Scandalli Accordions

 

Piano Accordions

   Cromo VI   Super VI   Polifonico   Air I

Check out Scandalli's website for additional information and to view their complete line of accordions. Below showcases a few of the models that are wonderfully crafted by Scandalli.


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Scandalli Accordions

Cromo VI

This is Scandalli's top chromatic accordion. It has 87 total treble buttons (46 playing notes) and 120 basses. There are 4 sets of treble reeds and 5 sets of bass reeds, including 11 treble switches plus master and 11+S bass switches. Artisan reeds. Also available in Balkan style. Size: 119cm x 50cm x 112cm. Weight: 11.8 kg.

Double-tone chamber "cassotto" model.

 

 

Super VI

This is Scandalli's top piano accordion. It has 41 treble keys and 120 basses. There are 4 sets of treble reeds and 5 sets of bass reeds, including 11 treble switches plus master and 9 bass switches. Available with handmade  or artisan reeds. Size: 122cm x 50cm x 112cm. Weight 11.5 kg.

Double-tone chamber "cassotto" model.

 



Polifonico XII

This is a great model for those who prefer not to have a tone chamber, but still want the power and elegance Scandalli has to offer. It has 41 treble keys and 120 basses. There are 4 sets of treble reeds and 5 sets of bass reeds, including 13 treble switches plus master and 9 bass switches. Standard or hand-type reeds. Available in 96 bass. Size: 122cm x 50cm x 107cm. Weight 11 kg.





Air I

Scandalli developed an Air line that's great for those looking for a light weight accordion in a professional model. The Air I has 37 treble keys and 96 basses. There are 4 sets of treble reeds and 5 sets of bass reeds, including 11 treble and 3 bass switches. Standard reeds. Available in 120 and 72 bass. Size: 108cm x 48cm x 104cm. Weight 9.3 kg.



Scandalli also has a full Conservatory line. Models will be ordered and stocked upon customer request. Check out their website for more details.

 











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