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Notes on the Stradella bass. Whoever it was that figured out how to construct the Stradella bass was a genius. If you ever have cause to look at the innards of the bass side of the accordion you will find an amazing set of levers and rods which open the appropriate valve (for bass note buttons) or valves (for chord buttons) depending on which buttons are pressed. Chords on Stradella bass system accordion Usually, a bass accordion has 2 rows of single notes (bass and counter-bass) and 4 rows of chords (major, minor, seventh and diminished). It might seem that with these types of chords the accordion can only play traditional or classical music but recently the left-hand technique has evolved. 7Hthe Stradella bass diagram for this. An example: Gmaj7 = GM + Bm. The following article was written by Stephen Keen: Here is a compilation of chord and bass combinations for the left hand buttons. Some of the combinations are difficult to reach and will require the creative use of fingerings and counterbass buttons. Some are downright painful.

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Chords on Stradella bass system accordion Usually, a bass accordion has 2 rows of single notes (bass and counter-bass) and 4 rows of chords (major, minor, seventh and diminished). It might seem that with these types of chords the accordion can only play traditional or classical music but recently the left-hand technique has evolved. Stradella basses have chord buttons for Major, Minor, 7th and Diminished chords. By using these chords in combination with different bass notes you can create other chord types, the most useful being Minor 7th, Major 7th, Half Dim (or m7b5), 9th chords (including b7th) and 6th chords (which I forgot to mention in the video but are on the chart). Notes on the Stradella bass. Whoever it was that figured out how to construct the Stradella bass was a genius. If you ever have cause to look at the innards of the bass side of the accordion you will find an amazing set of levers and rods which open the appropriate valve (for bass note buttons) or valves (for chord buttons) depending on which buttons are pressed.

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Chords on Stradella bass system accordion Usually, a bass accordion has 2 rows of single notes (bass and counter-bass) and 4 rows of chords (major, minor, seventh and diminished). It might seem that with these types of chords the accordion can only play traditional or classical music but recently the left-hand technique has evolved. Stradella basses have chord buttons for Major, Minor, 7th and Diminished chords. By using these chords in combination with different bass notes you can create other chord types, the most useful being Minor 7th, Major 7th, Half Dim (or m7b5), 9th chords (including b7th) and 6th chords (which I forgot to mention in the video but are on the chart). 7Hthe Stradella bass diagram for this. An example: Gmaj7 = GM + Bm. The following article was written by Stephen Keen: Here is a compilation of chord and bass combinations for the left hand buttons. Some of the combinations are difficult to reach and will require the creative use of fingerings and counterbass buttons. Some are downright painful.

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6/25/ · The Stradella bass system (also called the standard bass sometimes) is a type of button layout you find on the left (or bass) side of almost all accordions. It uses columns of buttons arranged in a circle of fifths. Each diagonal column has, in order from the innermost to outermost buttons. Chords on Stradella bass system accordion Usually, a bass accordion has 2 rows of single notes (bass and counter-bass) and 4 rows of chords (major, minor, seventh and diminished). It might seem that with these types of chords the accordion can only play traditional or classical music but recently the left-hand technique has evolved. 7Hthe Stradella bass diagram for this. An example: Gmaj7 = GM + Bm. The following article was written by Stephen Keen: Here is a compilation of chord and bass combinations for the left hand buttons. Some of the combinations are difficult to reach and will require the creative use of fingerings and counterbass buttons. Some are downright painful.

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Notes on the Stradella bass. Whoever it was that figured out how to construct the Stradella bass was a genius. If you ever have cause to look at the innards of the bass side of the accordion you will find an amazing set of levers and rods which open the appropriate valve (for bass note buttons) or valves (for chord buttons) depending on which buttons are pressed. 7Hthe Stradella bass diagram for this. An example: Gmaj7 = GM + Bm. The following article was written by Stephen Keen: Here is a compilation of chord and bass combinations for the left hand buttons. Some of the combinations are difficult to reach and will require the creative use of fingerings and counterbass buttons. Some are downright painful. Stradella basses have chord buttons for Major, Minor, 7th and Diminished chords. By using these chords in combination with different bass notes you can create other chord types, the most useful being Minor 7th, Major 7th, Half Dim (or m7b5), 9th chords (including b7th) and 6th chords (which I forgot to mention in the video but are on the chart).