Yes that is fair warning. Insist that your changes are done with the original Hohner reeds. It is not possible to equip a Liliput with other reeds (except with new DIX reeds) and i think you know it.
Its unfair to claim that i do that.
The man from Latvia bought a 3-row Hohner and he knew that Czech reeeds are in it/ see picture.
He give me a positive feedback and after 2 month he dont like the sound but this is his problem.
It is not true; I am "the man from Latvia" (really - from Lithuania)
I have bought this accordion because promise of lineol, German accordion builder and repairer:
Hello czech reeds are good quality for resonable price and i know the company and its production. The sound of the reeds is different to old hohner reeds for me sound is better ,stronger and clearer.
Reeds were really low quality, and this is not only my opinion, but some best Lithuanian accordion repairers too.
So my "positive feedback" was my letter day after i have got the accordion (copy-paste from gmail page):
i have got the instrument yesterday. I am trying to love it.
Do you have old original voices Fis/H/E from this instrument?
Can you sell them to me? I have small idea about possible "downgrade" with original voices.
By the way he refused to get back "good quality reeds" and to change them into original Fis/H/E reeds.
He sold me original Fis/H/E reeds for 50 € but sent to me F/Bb/Eb "O" signed reeds.
They are more better like czech reeds.
Set of reeds like this that lineol sells on ebay http://www.ebay.de/itm/322422531602
but with plastic valves was thrown into the trash.
So this is my expensive lesson about trust.