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Accordions have found their way into an incredibly diverse set of musical genres over the years. With origins dating back to the early 19th century, this family of instruments includes a number of different configurations and styles all of which function by using bellows to push air through tuned reeds.

Accordions come in many shapes and sizes and use either a set of buttons or a keyboard to determine chords and individual notes when played. While often associated with traditional Eastern European genres like polka, accordions are used by many contemporary musicians and in the Latin pop community especially.

Whether you're looking for a traditional button or key accordion, a cajun-style squeeze box, or even a modern electrified accordion from the likes of Roland, you can find all types of accordions for sale right here on Reverb.

What is an accordion?

An accordion is a box-shaped portable instrument. Also known as a squeezebox, it’s powered by the user expanding or compressing the bellows while pressing either the keys or the buttons (depending on the accordion). The bellows cause air to flow across metal reeds, which produce the distinct accordion sound.

How much does an accordion cost?

The average accordion price ranges from a few hundred dollars for entry-level accordions to many thousands of dollars for a high-end, collector, and professional accordions.

Do they still make accordions?

Accordions are still made today. The popularity of the diatonic button accordion in folk music in particular has driven several brands, such as Hohner, to continue the manufacturing of accordions.

Are accordions hard to play?

Though it looks intimidating, the accordion isn’t necessarily hard to play. In fact, many students can play a piece of music in their first lesson. However, as with any instrument, it takes years of practice to master the accordion.

What are the different types of accordions?

A few of the different types of accordions include:

  • Button accordions
  • Piano accordions
  • Unisonoric accordions
  • Bisonoric accordions
  • Chromatic accordions
  • Diatonic accordions
  • Digital accordions
  • Concertinas

What is a mini accordion?

A mini accordion, as the name implies, is a small accordion! There are plenty of small accordions for sale that are actual accordions, but sometimes people use the phrase “mini accordion” when they’re talking about a concertina.

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