Carrel Pianistar

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  • #11710
    AvatarAndrea Lentullo
    Participant

    Hi everybody
    Joseph Carrel sent me this video about is Pianistar, a piano accordina. someone tried it? what do you think about it? seems a very good instrument

    thankyou
    Andrea

    #11711
    AvatarMax
    Participant

    The keys on it looks like taken from Italian accordion 😉
    But I like its sound.

    #11712
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    It’s Joseph Carrels new instrument, based on the design of the Clavietta. To my ears it sounds very similar to the Clavietta and Accordina (the button version which proceeded the Clavietta). Along with the little clicks at the end of each note

    #11722
    AvatarMARK Issadore
    Participant

    Hi
    It is very interesting. I wonder what it costs.
    I would have liked to hear chords played on it.
    I wonder what the weight is.
    The size reminds me of the Vibrandoneon.
    It looks like the treble side of an accordion.
    I wonder how many reeds it is
    Mark

    #11727
    AvatarAndrea Lentullo
    Participant

    from Carrel site:

    ARTICLE DETAILS
    F 3 – A 6

    41 Notes

    Its very warm and round, with the management of the breath it is possible to make descending bends.

    Dimensions: 58 x 16 x 7.5 cm

    Weight: 2 kg 700

    Tuning: 440 HZ

    Springs, reeds, screws, stainless steel bodywork.

    Simplified disassembly which gives quick access for adjusting and tuning the reeds.

    Example: just remove 2 screws to gain access to the 41 reeds.

    Worn like an electric guitar or saxophone, which makes playing enjoyable.

    Semi-rigid case and strap provided (black color).

    Manufacturing time: 3 months after receipt of payment

    Delivery time
    Delivery time: around 3 months after receipt of payment

    #11730
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    And the price is €2,490.00

    Yes, would like to hear chords, and wonder if there’s no chords on the demo because of the amount of air required per note? Its also difficult to tell how much louder than the Clavietta it is. That was the main weak point point of the Clavietta for me, the tone is very quiet and thin. Unsuitable for acoustic use, but beautiful when mic’ed up

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