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Hey guys I know that I'm a bit late posting this, but I ordered my Super 2 last week. It was about the best $30 I have spent on anything lately. I have been playing it a little bit every day for the last week or so, learning the fingerings, and just getting a feel for the instrument. It is amazing! It sounds really clean and I absolutely love it!! I think I have to order the 12 tone some day, but I'm almost positive that I can get the money together for that one if it is any good. But this Super 2 is definitely my first order. I'm interested in going to the Accordion Gallery in Arizona and getting it appraised if I don't sell it to a collector. The dealer in White Bear Lake is more than fair to me, but he wants to know about how much it is worth before he even makes an offer to me. I'm not worried about that though, I would rather keep it as a weekend leisure thing as I get to play it more. Just a little more work is needed before I can really list it for sale on Ebay or anything, but I want to get some feedback from all you lovely forum members. First, does anyone know what the difference is between the Super 2 and Super 6? I know that the Super 6 has the capacity to have 12 notes, but do the 12 notes play all throughout or just when you hit the 12 notes? Also, from looking at the pictures in your catalog, I noticed that the Super 2 and the Super 6 seem to be identical with some minor differences. I'm asking about the Super 2 because that's the one I have and I would like to know if they can play 12 notes, etc. Thanks in advance for any feedback!
Guerrini Superior 2 Accordion For NI Kontakt Crack
Typically, in the course of a year's worth of research, we would not be interested in a single accordion designed by Nicolò Guerrini. In fact, we could write a book on such an accordion. The design concepts, construction and historical significance of such a maker are so profound and well-documented that we rarely get a true "Nicolò" accordion.However, that is not the case with the Guerrini Superior 2. Only five of Nicolò's twenty-five (or so) accordions remain today, including the accordion on the cover. The Superior 2 is still in use and still produces an incredible tone for such a small instrument, with its substantial tonal power. Perhaps it's the relatively light weight of the Superior 2, but it's simply the finest accordion I've ever played. In addition, the Superior 2 has the rare ability to provide absolutely top-notch pedal work, which is the by-product of the unequal travel of the left and right keyboard.