Titano Palmer Convertor Grand
Free Bass Accordion
and MIDI with Built-in Sound
Modules, Excellent Condition
This is the most sought-after
Free Bass accordion -- The
Titano Palmer Convertor is the easiest and the most
popular FreeBass converter system. This Titano's
converter accordion uses the very same note
sequence that accordionists already knew from their Stradella bass system without other free bass mechanism's added size and
weight. The fundamental and counter bass rows repeat in
the chords three times: the fundamental and counter bass are the lowest octave while the major and minor chords are the
next higher octave, and the 7th and diminished chords
become the highest octave. By one push of a button, the
player converts the standard Stradella bass machine to a Free Bass system permitting the player to form desired chords or play
single notes as the music may require. You can
immediately enjoy almost all the exiting piano
scores without special re-arrangement for accordion.
Original hard case and shoulder straps in excellent condition
Well-maintained accordion in excellent condition
Weighs 23 lbs
- 41 treble keys and
120 bass buttons
- Even, shallow, and fast action 18 3/4” keyboard
- LMH hand-made reeds
from Swedish blue steel
- Smooth 7 treble switches + Palm switch and 3 + 1(FB) bass
- Perfectly working bass machine (the upper-left-most button works as
- Airtight bellows. No odor or smell
- Perfect treble keyboard - flat and no sticking
Sound MIDI with built-in sound modules with separate volume controls for
- Bass: Tuba,
S. Bass, A. Bass, Organ
- Chord: Choir, Organ, A.
- Treble: A. Piano, A. Guitar, Vibes, Bells, Organ, C.
Organ, Harmonic, Violin, String, Trumpet, Trombone, Sax, Horn, Clarinet, P.
Flute, Whistle, Choir, Atmos
Sennheiser Microphone system with 3 + 1 condenser microphones and separate controls
for treble side and bass side
MIDI/Power adaptor (with MIDI output) are included
The MIDI on this instrument is so easy to operate: You push one of the 18 buttons to select a
treble voices, push one of four buttons to choose a bass or chord voices, then you're done.
Here are three pieces of mp3 recording using the built-in expander:
There is also a MIDI-Thru on the power box if you prefer your own expanders.
- Plug-in to the
optional amplifier and speakers ($49) to start enjoying THE
POWER OF THE "ONE-MAN BAND"
Price: $3,499.00. Buyer pays $99.95
shipping with insurance for lower 48 states. California customer pays state sales tax.