The Hohner 4052 Bravo II 48 accordion may be the smallest in the Bravo series, but it is just as powerful as the larger accordions that are equivalent to it. Excellent for children, the Bravo II 48 is also a good instrument for adults starting to learn.
The Hohner Bravo II 48 is the smallest key accordion in its range, designed with younger musicians in mind. But it has a sound as powerful as the older models.
Designed for smaller musicians who are dedicated to learning the art of the accordion, the Hohner A 4052 Bravo II 48 is the result of suggestions from musicians and teachers for the production of a high quality instrument for students
who are entering the world of accordions.
With a modern and very discreet design, the Bravo II 48 is very functional and practical, with a new grid for greater sound projection. So that nothing distracts the accordionist from his music, the Bravo II 48 has the Bravo T keyboard mechanism that provides greater comfort in execution and facilitates its maintenance.
This accordion also uses the SilentKey fitting system, which minimizes the sound of the keys and the bass mechanism has been optimized to reduce the wear and tear of intensive use.
The Hohner A 4052 Bravo II 48 is a chromatic key accordion, with 26 notes from Si to C, two registers and two tone colors, four bass voices and 48 bass, making it a very rich platform for musical development and accordion technician.
Another fundamental factor that values Bravo II 48 is its weight. At just 4.9 kg, it is perhaps the lightest instrument available on the market in its class, making it a perfect option for younger musicians.
The Bravo series by Hoher is increasingly the reference standard for teachers and accordion students, who find in these models a modern, effective and very comfortable tool for learning and teaching this instrument.
Hohner is a German company founded in 1857 and one of the largest references of musical instrument manufacturers in the world, specializing in accordions, electromechanical keyboards and wind instruments as harmonics. Hohner instruments are synonymous with German quality and precision.
The sound quality and versatility of Bravo accordions is so great that they are used in genres as different as jazz or rock, folk or classical music. It is an advanced instrument for and very complete for those who study or play the accordion in public.
The Hohner A 4052 Bravo II 48 is a great choice for developing accordionists.