Beautiful Original Paolo Soprani Diatonic Accordion
Bb-F-C-G-D

Paolo Soprani is the oldest accordion manufacturer in Castelfidardo. The founder's sculpture is greeting the visitors of the Accordion Museum in the town. The brand has enjoyed recognition and respect throughout the years. Recently I had the opportunity to restore a beautiful diatonic Paolo Soprani from the 1950's The instrument has all original parts. The fresh wax will guarantee robust performance for many years. The accordion has 4 sets of reeds with full rich musette sound and weighs only 14.6 lb. The compression is excellent. The mechanics works smooth. The tone will charm you with its authenticity and harmonic richness.

Bass Section: The C/CM pair is available in pull and push of the bellows from different pairs of bass buttons.
There are 7 different bass/chord combinations Eb/EbM, Bb/BbM, F/FM, C/CM, G/GM, D/Dm, and A/AM
M = major chord (FM = FAC, CM = CEG etc.); m = minor chord (Dm = DFA)
This must be a multiple-key accordion - Bb / F / C / G / D - a lot more versatile than the newer Chinese Hohner boxes.
I would love to hear this accordion in the hand of someone who can play this system.
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Treble Section: 3-row keyboard with 30 buttons spanning 3-1/2 octaves treble range from E2 to A5




Bass Section Buttons Layout



Bass Section: The C/CM pair is available in pull and push of the bellows from different pairs of bass buttons.
There are 7 different bass/chord combinations Eb/EbM, Bb/BbM, F/FM, C/CM, G/GM, D/Dm, and A/AM
This must be a multiple-key accordion - Bb / F / C / G / D - a lot more versatile than the newer Chinese Hohner boxes.







The interior is clean There is no rush or any bad smells.
The large air valve is conveniently located to allow fast bellows direction change as required by the music.




















Paolo Soprani is greeting the guests of the Accordion Museum in Castelfidardo, Italy.


Accordion Gallery