What is the average cost of an Accordion? Price Range for Button and Keyboard Accordion
Accordions are versatile instruments that come in many different designs. There are two main varieties of accordions: button and keyboard. Keyboard accordions have a keyboard much like a piano with white and black keys; each key produces a single note. Keyboard accordions cost between $350 and $1,000 for a medium quality instrument. A higher end accordion may cost as much as $5,000 or more. Second-hand accordions can go for as low as $100. Button accordions have circular buttons in place of the keyboard and produce two separate notes for each button, one with each direction of the bellows. Button accordions generally cost about 10% more than an equivalent keyboard accordion due to their more complicated design. A child’s accordion can cost less than $20.
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