Hohner 1600/2 Erica Diatonic Accordion in key of G/C Item ID: 3000GR




The Hohner 3000GR is a 1600/2 Erica Diatonic Accordion in key of G/C. The Erica two-row accordion has been the preferred instrument of many musicians over generations. Its unique design and quality signature sound makes for great music, hours of spirited dancing, and an all-around wonderful time. The Erica is a wonderful diatonic accordion for Cumbia, English Country Dance, Morris Dance, Sea Shanties and American Folk music. With 2 rows of treble buttons, it offers a solid wood construction with celluloid finish.
  • Model: Erica
  • Color: red
  • Reed plate quality: standard
  • Number of buttons: 21
  • Button rows: 2
  • number of notes: 42
  • Class: diatonic
  • Voices: 2
  • Tone colors: 1
  • Standard basses: 8
  • Standard bass voices: 5
  • Size (height x width): 28 cm x 15 cm
  • weight: 2.7 kg
  • Key: G/C



Hohner Musikinstrumente GmbH & Co. KG is a German manufacturer of musical instruments, founded in 1857 by Matthias Hohner (1833–1902). The roots of the Hohner firm are in Trossingen, Baden-Württemberg. Since its foundation, Hohner has manufactured a wide range of instruments, such as kazoos, accordions, recorder flutes, melodicas, banjos, electric, acoustic, resonator and classical guitars, basses, mandolins and ukuleles (under the brand name Lanikai) From the 1940s through 1990s, the company also manufactured various electric/electronic keyboards. Especially in the 1960s and 1990s, they manufactured a range of innovative and popular electromechanical keyboard instruments; the cembalet, pianet, basset, guitaret, and clavinet. In the 1980s, several Casio synths were sold under the Hohner brand - for example, the Casio HT-3000/Hohner KS61midi and the VZ-1/HS-2). Nowadays, Hohner produces harmonicas, melodicas, accordions and recorder flutes.


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