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A Guide to Buying: A Genuine Petosa Accordion

For Those Whose Desire a Pre-owned Petosa that is 100% Genuine   A Guide to buying a pre-owned Petosa accordion is designed to assist you in your journey in selecting a genuine pre-owned Petosa—from learning about how a Petosa is built and its recorded history, to what [...]

By | April 16th, 2016|Categories: Accordion Culture|Comments Off on A Guide to Buying: A Genuine Petosa Accordion

A Guide to Buying: Used Accordions

These helpful tips to buying a used accordion are designed to assist you in your journey when selecting a pre-owned instrument.   Signs to Be Aware of when purchasing a used accordion  Overview:  signs of abuse, corrosion or rust on accordion carry case.   Strong mildew or musty smell. Bellows:  inspect [...]

By | March 11th, 2016|Categories: Accordion Culture|Comments Off on A Guide to Buying: Used Accordions

A Guide to Buying: The Great Accordion Myth Uncovered

The purpose of this article is to explain in detail the myth about the most frequently asked question when buying an accordion. “What does the accordion weigh?"  This article would be completely pointless if accordions were sold by the pound. In reality, all accordions with the same [...]

By | January 23rd, 2016|Categories: Accordion Culture|Comments Off on A Guide to Buying: The Great Accordion Myth Uncovered

Why Wood Is So Important In Musical Instruments by Pat Watters

I am thankful for the very interesting and educational two days in the Wurlitzer $80,000 sound laboratory near Chicago. This is truly an amazing place, where every type of sound measuring device can be seen, as well as all manner of acoustic measurers. The wave-lengths of [...]

By | October 4th, 2015|Categories: Accordion Culture|Comments Off on Why Wood Is So Important In Musical Instruments by Pat Watters