These are the best accordion cases made. They are light, strong with very high quality sippers, and they are well padded but don’t add a lot to the dimension of your accordion which is a big help if you are trying to get it on the airplane with you. While you are carrying the accordion on your back it is in the same orientation it is while playing so it fits your back and is less bulky. I have one that I have been using for 15 years and see no reason it won’t go for another 15.
They come in three sizes: small $275.00 Medium $280.00 Large $285.00 You can get them in different colors too for an added fee.
I know It says 7 shifts and in the picture you can only see 4. Well It has been modified so you can get 7 sounds by selecting two buttons at a time. It wasn’t made that way but it has the reeds for it so why not be able to select them in all of there combinations. It plays and sounds great, cosmetically is a little rough but still looks fine. Weighs 19 pounds, It comes with hard case and 6 month guarantee.
I am not quite sure why the keys have yellowed so much but it is the only thing wrong with this accordion. It has a low A on the bass side. On the treble side, it has LMM with a nice musette. You can turn off the bassoon reed but not either of the clarinet reeds so the musette is always on. That said, it has that nice rich Scandalli sound. It has full size keys or one octave measures 5.25 inches. Weight is 20 pounds. Tuned 440 comes with a hard case and 6 mo guarantee .