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Average rating: 3.9 out of 5
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Eugene a professional user from Pa, USA writes:
I have a Cordovox CG4 in great condition. Played it for years in a band. If anyone is interested in it you can reach me by email. Only interested parties please!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Friday-Sep-16-2011 at 20:09
Nicholas W a hobbyist user from USA writes:
I just bought a cordovox CG tube guitar/accordion amp and I noticed that some people sell the amp in pairs of 2. Do I NEED both of them in order to function normally? I just want to plug into one amp when I'm practicing and plug in both for shows. Is this possible?

Thank you! -Nicholas

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Sunday-Sep-05-2010 at 18:32
marilyn majni a hobbyist user from UNited States writes:
Found a Cordovox #N328/101 with 18 switches on it but it doesn"t have the amplifier that's needed. If you you have any information an amplifier please contact me. I would have to have it before I would consider buying it. I have never owned one but hear that they are really nice. Right now I have an accordion with an amplifier and I love the sound of it.so I"m sure I would enjoy a Cordovox. Thank You, Marilyn Majni

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Aug-10-2007 at 21:23
Mike Kuzara a professional user from Wyarno, Wyoming USA writes:
I bought a 3 piece cordovox solid state in the 70's and used it for about 20 years. It began to fail about 45 minutes after power-up and needed to cool off before it would play again. I could not find anyone who could slove the problem so I sold it to a lady who just wanted to play it for a little while at a time. I went to 2 keyboards after playing electric bass for a couple of years. I was asked to fill in for a polka band that failed to show up for a party and did a one-man show with a rythym machine and traded off with an accoustical accordion and the keyboads part of the time. I really miss the tremendous sound I could get from the Cordovox, but I don't miss packing those heavy towers up and down stairs! I'd like to find an eletronic accordion that doesn't use that monster cable and cabinets but still get that room-filling bass and string accompanyment piled on top of the accordion sound. I'm tired of live drummers that get drunk and fall off their stools and guitar players that fall in love and don't show up for the job. At least I can count on myself as long as the power stays on.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-23-2007 at 21:43
Mike Kuzara a professional user from Wyarno, Wyoming USA writes:
I bought a 3 piece cordovox solid state in the 70's and used it for about 20 years. It began to fail about 45 minutes after power-up and needed to cool off before it would play again. I could not find anyone who could slove the problem so I sold it to a lady who just wanted to play it for a little while at a time. I went to 2 keyboards after playing electric bass for a couple of years. I was asked to fill in for a polka band that failed to show up for a party and did a one-man show with a rythym machine and traded off with an accoustical accordion and the keyboads part of the time. I really miss the tremendous sound I could get from the Cordovox, but I don't miss packing those heavy towers up and down stairs! I'd like to find an eletronic accordion that doesn't use that monster cable and cabinets but still get that room-filling bass and string accompanyment piled on top of the accordion sound. I'm tired of live drummers that get drunk and fall off their stools and guitar players that fall in love and don't show up for the job. At least I can count on myself as long as the power stays on.

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Friday-Feb-23-2007 at 21:42
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