The accordina was invented in Paris France by A. Borel between 1950 and 1960 a wind and free reed instrument.

It combines the sound of chromatic harmonica with the logical and comfortable keyboard of an Italian system button accordion .

Initially the instrument gained little popularity among musicians when it was first manufactured, the accordion was considered more suitable for the music played during that era.

Things have now changed musicians, especially jazz accordion players talk about the great expressive possibilities and appreciate its versatility even more.

Available in both B and C system you can blow through the side mouth piece.
The option of a tube and mounting points allows you to wear the accordina as you play on a strap allowing you to adopt several playing positions


F 3 C 7 (3 and a half octaves)


Stainless steel reeds mounted on a leather bed with stainless steel screws.

Ergonomic ends in precious wood (more or less coloured depending on the wood species).

Stainless steel side plates.

Self-lubricating rings.


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Joseph Carrel Accordina

  • £1,200.00

  • Ex Tax: £1,200.00

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