The tone chamber is inseparably associated with the Morino. It is an additional resonance chamber in the keyboard, which amplifies warm bass and mid range frequencies while simultaneously reducing shrill overtones. Its unique sound has always been the Morino's trademark.
The Morino V chorus construction offers exceptionally varied and musically interesting combinations of voices, thanks to the fifth reed block which creates the so-called "triple tremolo" effect and allows additional tonal variation. The Tutti register also sounds more voluminous in the Morino V. In addition, the extra weight of the accordion has been reduced by almost 4.5 pounds (in comparison to earlier instruments) due to a design revision. The reeds are the highest quality we have seen and are hand finished, one at a time, by Hohner's master craftsmen. The bass blocks on this model are set at an optimum angle for quicker response.
With 41 melody keys and 13 chorus combinations, the Morino V 120 is a top-line instrument which is not only suited for orchestra use, but also for professional soloists.
Morino V Specifications:
Treble: 41 keys, range F-A, 5 voices, 13 registers
Tuning: Double Octave Musette
Bass: 122 buttons, 5 voices, 7 registers
Weight: 28 lbs. (13.8 kg)
Size: 8.7" deep by 17.25" high
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