Hohner Cajun melodeon (SOLD), made in Germany. In the key of C. This is a classic instrument and it is rare to find examples like this that were purchased and never played – now sold. This one was located (of all places) in Tasmania.
Pariselle melodeon in DG with 14 bass. (Now SOLD) 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 here – Pariselle Layout PDF. This is a unique instrument, made from French walnut and custom inlay. The bass chords are ‘thirdless’. This wonderful instrument weighs 3.5kg or 8lbs. Please watch the video demo to hear an identical instrument (the melodeon in the video was made alongside this one for sale).
Video of instrument with identical reeds and voices.
Weltmeister Stella Piano Accordion. 34 key and 60 bass (SOLD) Three voices on the treble side (LMM) with 5 couplers, and three couplers on the bass side. This is a compact instrument and easier on the shoulders than a full sized instrument. It has been spot tuned and cleaned, with a new grille cloth and new shoulder straps. It also has a hard case.
Weltmeister Rubin accordion, with 30 keys on the treble side and 60 bass. Normally an instrument of this weight (6kg!!) and size will only give you 26 keys and 48 bass. This has two voices – as demoed in the video below. If you want a light and compact piano accordion this is ideal. Comes with a hard case.
Sold: Hohner Student II piano accordion. Made in Germany. This little accordion has 26 keys and twelve basses, which in practice means bass fundamental and chords in Bb,F,C,G,D,A. Major chords are normal for the Student II, but I removed the major third note for each chord, so they work for major and minor tunes. Please see the video below of the same model of instrument (previously sold from this website) for further explanation and demonstration, T