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Hi I have a hohner student 11 12 bass piano accordion, and I would like to find out what the button chords are. I know that the marked one is c but cant find out about the others. also is there a manu

Hi I have a hohner student 11 12 bass piano accordion, and I would like to find out what the button chords are. I know that the marked one is c but cant find out about the others. also is there a manual for it. hope you can help.

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SOURCE: where is the serial number on a hohner corona ii

Try asking by email at this link:http://www.hohner.eu/index.php5?2405 Also have a look at this article at this link:http://www.ehow.com/how_5998550_model-hohner-accordion Hope this helped.

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