La malle aux accordeons

Feet/Legs

An accordion is equipped with feet on which it can sit to prevent nasty scratches from appearing on its case. Not having those protective feet can also lead to the deterioration of your accordion's leathers.  Here are different types of accordion feet to be used if the ones on your accordion are worn, or if you need to elevate the latter following the installation of a thicker, more comfortable strap on the left hand. If your accordion's feet are damaged, make sure that the mounts located under the right hand plate are in good condition, as the shocks sustained by the feet will tend to spread around it as well. It is therefore very important to ensure that the feet are free of any weaknesses to avoid any further damage.

An accordion is equipped with feet on which it can sit to prevent nasty scratches from appearing on its case. Not having those protective feet can also lead to the deterioration of your accordion's leathers.  Here are different types of accordion feet to be used if the ones on your accordion are worn, or if you need to elevate the latter following the installation of a thicker, more comfortable strap on the left hand. If your accordion's feet are damaged, make sure that the mounts located under the right hand plate are in good condition, as the shocks sustained by the feet will tend to spread around it as well. It is therefore very important to ensure that the feet are free of any weaknesses to avoid any further damage.

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