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First Act Discovery FA107 Junior Accordion
- 7 key diatonic accordion
- individually turned stainless steel reeds
- constructed of heavy-duty wooden frame under a celluloid casing
- European style white keys
- Equipped with bass note key
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|Item Dimensions||5.2 x 9.6 x 10.1 in||7.5 x 4.5 x 7.5 in||5 x 10 x 9.5 in||5 x 10 x 9.5 in|
|Item Weight||1.54 lbs||1 lb||3.5 lbs||3.15 lbs|
Music and fun meet with the First Act Discovery Junior Accordion. This accordion is designed and sized especially for young players, and has a traditional European-style look and sound. With 7 keys, this diatonic accordion plays 14 notes. Right hand keys play melody, and left hand bass chord buttons are for accompaniment. The design features a left-hand support strap and right hand thumb support to make it easy to play, whether you’re standing up or sitting down. The bellows straps protect the accordion when not in use. Also known as a “squeezebox,” the accordion makes sound by compressing and expanding the bellows, causing air to flow over the reeds inside. The player presses various keys to produce different pitches. The air button is a silent bypass, allowing the air to flow through the instrument without making sound. Enjoy the authentic sound of the First Act Discovery Junior Accordion.
The music and fun is endless with the First Act Discovery Junior Accordion. This authentic 7 Key diatonic accordion plays 14 notes via individually tuned stainless steel reeds. The FA-107 comes complete with an instructional guide and songbook. It's easy to learn and easy to sound good while doing so. Fully functional and performance ready, this instrument features the professional look and sound found on larger more expensive professional instruments. The accordion is constructed of a heavy-duty wooden frame covered with a classic Pearl finish celluloid covering. Featuring European style white keys, an aluminum vent hole plate for maximum durability and a custom designed thick paper bellow, the FA-107 is a uniquely beautiful and authentic student sized instrument. To add to the accordions authenticity it is equipped with a bass note key, a harmony accompaniment button and an air bypass valve. The ergonomically design also features a left-hand support strap and right hand thumb support to contribute toward a child's ease of play. The professional squeezebox look and feel will make any child feel and sound like a pro in no time.
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I had no idea what to do with it so I returned it. Major Disappointment.
We are very happy with this! Here it is, 4 months past Christmas and this toy is still as popular as ever. And everyone in the family loves to play around with it, from our 18 year old daughter all the way to our 4 year old daughter. The sound is very good, even with it being a toy and it's complicated enough for the adults in the family to stay interested in learning. However, it's also easy enough for children to master a few tunes themselves without much effort, which keeps them working to get better and better.
Definitely a great buy for us!
Very good sound I plan to give it to my soon to be 3 year old Ggson.good buy but it is a toy. good way to learn about music.
Once you get it, it is a joy to play, their are really no wrong notes, and if you get the learn & play book, you can learn how to play 10 melodies, like london bridge, mary had a little lamb, twinkle tinkle little star, and the C scale on this accordian.
doesn't sound bad
the bellows creak/ make crunchy noises
it leaks air, and doesn't have much breath
This accordion works best when you just randomly push buttons. You probably wouldn't want to spend much time trying to learn actual songs on it. You can get about 1 um pa pa per inhale/exhale while pushing the melody keys.