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Generally, the accordion standard bass is rather uninterested in inversions, less so than even the guitar. In almost all registrations, the respective chord notes sound in several octaves simultaneously and the chosen inversion is not determined by the player but by the layout of the chord reed banks. The chords are "grounded" by playing an appropriate ...


Here a like to the usual Stradella layout for a piano accordion (and the bass of many button accordions.) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stradella_bass_system The columns go by fifths up (and thus fourths down). The bass rows are simple. The fifth row is the bass line. There is a indentation on the C bass button. The sixth row is a major sixth above the bass ...

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