Hohner one-row melodeon/accordion in the key of C and made in Germany. This instrument is in excellent condition with virtually no wear apart from some minor scuffs on the bellows tape. I tweaked the tuning and fitted a keyboard limiter to prevent the buttons dropping a long way into the keyboard. Please view the video to learn more about this melodeon.
Hohner Corona II in A/D/G. A three row instrument, with 31 treble keys and 12 basses. Tuned to give a light tremolo and to blend with the basses. The standard Hohner tuning is often brash and sounds sharp in relation to the basses. This instrument now has a sweeter sound than the standard tuning style.
The outside row of buttons in key of A give some useful note reversals not found on a DG melodeon. Specifically push E and pull D. If you happen to play across the G and D rows then familiar key patterns are also available across the D/A rows, without requiring hours of practice to learn new patterns.
Hohner Verdi I piano accordion – a classic instrument from the 1930/40s. (SOLD) This one has a striking art deco design on the grille. A two voice instrument with 48 bass (counter bass, bass, major and minor chord). Light weight and ideal for gigging and busking. This was restored and sounded marvelous. I was able to play it for a few weeks before a customer bought it. I am on the look out for more Verdi I’s. They are very nice when fully functioning.