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 HA114C Cajun accordion/melodeon. One row, four voice melodeon in the key of C.
This accordion appeared to be brand new, in mint condition. It was made in Germany and had the characteristic red and gold bellows tape of instruments made in Germany.
This is a rare example of a mint condition German made 114C.
Hohner 114C Cajun
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.
Hohner Liliput with new bellows.
Hohner Atlantic III piano accordion. Three voice (low reed, and two medium reeds) with 9 couplers (4 are repeats), mute switch, 3 couplers on the 5 voice bass side.
This is a lovely instrument – the 1960s Atlantics were fitted with composite pads (a sandwich of leather and foam attached to the keys and which form an air seal until you operate a key e.g. sound a note), and over time the foam in the pad disintegrates. All the pads on the bass and treble were replaced. The internal condition is good with no valve noise, and the instrument is in tune and sounds great. See the video below.