Diatonic Accordion with a Tex-Mex Flavor
Tex-Mex music is derived from the German and Mexican cultures that came together in Texas, integrating Latin folk music and Polka rhythms into a style dubbed Norteño. Central to Norteño’s sound is the crisp and energetic tones of the diatonic Accordion. Unlike chromatic accordions, diatonics feature push buttons on both the bass- and treble sides. Hohner’s Corona series is designed specifically to complement Tex-Mex music and Latin folk, but it’s also suited for European folk, Americana, rock, pop, and more. The Corona II diatonic accordion puts rich melodies and voluminous bass at your fingertips with 31 treble-side buttons and 12 bass-side buttons, and it’s made with a high level of craftsmanship professionals and advanced players will love. Wearing a gorgeous finish with elegant ornamentation, the Corona II shines on stage, and it is one of the sweetest sounding accordions we’ve heard at Sweetwater. So, if you’re looking for a top-tier instrument for your Tex-Mex or Latin music ensemble, look no further than the Hohner Corona II.
Hohner: a legacy of quality spanning generations
Since 1857, Hohner has been one of the premier manufacturers of high-quality, stellar-sounding instruments. During that time, Hohners have traveled across the globe, popping up in countless genres on nearly every continent. Hohner’s passion for music and respect for tradition is apparent in every instrument they produce. Yet, they are continuously innovating, designing accordions, harmonicas, melodicas, and recorders to fit players of every age and experience level. Find your Hohner today!
Hohner Corona II Diatonic Accordion Features:
- Perfectly complements Tex-Mex, Norteño, and Vallenato
- Built with craftsmanship professional and advanced players will love
- Stunning finish with elegant ornamentation
- 31 treble-side buttons and 12 bass-side buttons
- Ergoline straps; gig bag included
- Buttons:31 Treble, 12 Bass
- Weight:8.8 lbs.
- Manufacturer Part Number: 3500FW
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The accordion has a good look to it. However, the quality is less than what I expected compared to the price paid. The reeds (sound) on the higher octave notes does not sound solid. When the higher notes are used, there seems to be a slight air sound before the actual sound comes out. I understood that this accordion is used in many Texmex music. I've been an accordion player in texmex for over 50 years and would not consider this accordion to be a pro style accordion. The sound the accordion makes sounds less than professional. I would recommend it for beginners or starters in learning the accordion.
Trustful company on time the delivery also the instrument super good:))
Very awesome accordion. Worth the extra bit more the sound. Better than what I expected