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Weltmeister Rubin 30/60/II/3 Blue


Piano Accordion

  • 60 Basses
  • 30 Treble keys
  • 2 Courses in the treble
  • 3 Courses in the bass
  • Range: G to C
  • 3 Treble register
  • Keyboard with 18 mm key width
  • Dimensions (W x D): 33.2 x 18.2 cm
  • Weight: 5.6 kg
  • Colour: Blue
  • Incl. case and Weltmeister 26/30 standard straps
Available since March 2017
Item number 409397
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Amount Of Basses 60
Treble Keys 30
Number of Courses in the treble 2
Amount of Treble Registers 3
Number of Bass Choirs 3
Number of Bass Registers 0
Helicon Bass No
Musette No
Cassotto No
Reedplate Quality Standard
Weight in kg 5,6 kg
Colour/Finish Blue
Bag No
Case Yes
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1 Review

Very pleased
Benny Mac 13.01.2020
I bought the Rubin for my daughter who has been learning on a rented accordion for the previous six months. It was recommended to me on Reddit for the following features:

* Light weight, so suitable for a child of seven
* Slightly narrower keys, which means they're easier to reach plus there are four extra treble notes as compared to normal
* Welmeister is a quality German manufacturer, so it should sound good
* Choice of two treble voices
* She liked the look of the blue on the Thomann website!

Unfortunately the first one arrived damaged, but Thomann aranged for a return, and the second one arrived safe and well.

What can I say, but she and I are both really happy with the purchase. Compared to the rental accordion I'd say the sound has the following improvements:
* The bass is a lot stronger
* Both bass and treble sound "richer" somehow. I don't know how to describe it better than that, but it's the word my wife and I chose.
* The Musette voice is a lovely traditional sound.

I'm really glad I decided on this model.