Schylling Kids Accordion
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- For ages 7 and up
- Easy to learn instruction and songbook included
- Sounds and feels like the real thing
- Measures 75" wide
- Finely crafted accordion
- Easy-to-learn instruction booklet included
- Measures 7.50" wide
- Sounds, looks and feels like the real thing
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Our finely crafted accordion had wood construction with a durable plastic coating. The easy to learn instruction sheet has songs included! You will be putting on a show in no time! This is a great way for a child to start to learn the accordion in a simple and easy way.
Your child probably doesn't know Lawrence Welk or the accordion he toted around so famously for years. That should work in the favor of this sturdy, enjoyable instrument. Compact and well built, this starter instrument is a great introduction to the accordion--or just a lot of ephemeral fun. The accordion fits nicely into the palms of an adult's hands, but isn't too unwieldy for its target audience. The number of keys are minimized for ease of use and simplicity, but it's still possible to crank out a complex favorite such as "Yankee Doodle Dandy" (a brief "basic instructions" leaflet is enclosed) only 10 minutes after the instrument's out of the box. --Keith SimantonSee all Product description
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Fine quality; it's definitely an "instrument" and not a "toy".
Things to consider:
1. One of the buttons doesn't get a good sound, but hey, it was cheap.
2. If you have really large hands, this will be difficult for you because the straps are a bit small (it's for kids) and the thumb loop can be slightly awkward for large hands.
3. Also the bellows are really stiff when you get it, but I've gently stretched them to capacity to loosen them up and prevent any rips while playing.
4. Very good sound! Sitting around the campfire chatting and playing is just perfect.
5. It's an inexpensive way to see if you want to pursue a serious study of accordion playing.