Phil recommends Robert Rolston for all his accordion requirements.
Colin believes in the Manfrini and had been looking for a good quality instrument for some time and found it in the Manfrini Esperto.
I really enjoy playing my new Manfrini and can’t resist picking it up for a tune. It is very light, powerful, user friendly and it makes the type of sound I enjoy most.
Frank enjoys playing his Manfrini Accordion above all others, to the extent he decided to sell his Hohner Gola two weeks after the purchase of his new accordion. Frank has since bought a second Manfrini, the Super Musette which gives him a different sound from his Esperto.
Playing the Vero Voci for the first time I was impressed by how comfortable I felt with it. Despite being brand spanking new it was so easy to play, with no stiffness in the bellows, and a smooth action on the treble and bass keys. This accordion is a sheer joy to play.
I have been delighted with my Manfrini, not only with the quality of the instrument, but with the service provided and tuning adjustments made to provide exactly the type of sound I wanted.
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When asked to review the Manfrini 'Esperto' Super Musette, it was on the understanding that it is in no way a ‘technical’ review, as I have no idea what goes on ‘under the bonnet’.
I have been asked to review the Manfrini ‘Folk’ model, one of a range of hand made accordions made in Camerano, Italy. The Manfrini ‘Folk’ has 37 piano keys, 4 voices, 96 bass, non-cassotto, and is musette tuned. There are 11 different treble and 5 bass couplers. It is a very compact accordion, yet has the volume and reed quality of a larger instrument, and is thus suitable for anyone looking to downsize from 120 basses. Its compactness is also handy for those who like to travel around music festivals by foot or those who prefer to play standing up.
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