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Accordions repaired or restored and sent to their owners.

Pariselle melodeon DG

Pariselle melodeon with19+6 buttons in DG

(SOLD) Pariselle melodeon with19+6 buttons in DG. This was made in 2014 in Yeovil under the direction of Emmanuel Pariselle. It is fitted with hand finished Ciccarelli reeds and is octave tuned, with two voices, Low and Medium, with two switches to give three settiings (L, M, or LM). It has 14 basses and a six button helper row. The layout is Pariselle’s standard 19+6 button layout, which has been optimised for ease of playing. For instance there is a complete scale of A on the pull bellows. This is a unique instrument, made from French walnut and inlaid with red Z banding. The red buttons were selected to echo the red bellows and the inlay. The bass chords are ‘thirdless’. The note layout is here: Pariselle 19+6 DG layout and it weighs 3.5kg or 8lbs. Please watch the video demo to hear this instrument.

 

 

 

 

Parrot accordion 30 key

Parrot compact piano accordion 30 key

Here is an example of a Parrot compact piano accordion. Made in China, this instrument  has 2 voices and 30 treble keys, which means you can get down to the lower G, which is very useful indeed. It has 24 bass, which as you can see from the demo, is enough. Parrot accordions have a bright sound and this one is comfortable and easy to play.

 

 

Scandalli 120 bass piano accordion

Here is a Scandalli 120 bass piano accordion (now sold). Made in Italy. Has a full sized (41 key) keyboard, three voices (LMM) seven treble couplers and five a voice bass with two couplers.  The keyboard action is light and fast and the treble couplers allow for a variety of sounds.  Please see the demo video below.

 

 

 

Baile piano accordion

Baile 48 bass compact piano accordion

Baile 48 bass compact piano accordion (sold). Made in China this instrument  has 2 voices and 30 treble keys, which means you can get down to the lower G, which is very satisfying (especially if you are used to playing on a two octave instrument). This would be ideal for a learner as it only weighs 6kg, which for a piano accordion is quite light.