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Plastic reed valves (50 pcs)

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Plastic-made accordion reed valves.
Several strips of plastic are layered to give the valve the ideal weight.
Sold by sets of 50 valves of identical size.

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3,33 €


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These valves are designed for accordion trebles (mostly for the right hand, but may also be used on the highest notes of the left hand).

Questions (3)

From Vito | 2020-10-15 18:48:44

Hi do you send to Switzerland?

Regards
Vito

administrator

Yes of course we do!

From Matt | 2019-10-01 18:00:37

What type of plastic are these reed valves made of? I have used other plastic reeds that were made with cheap plastic that did not hold up well. Thank you.

administrator

Hello Matt,
The manufacturer doesn't provide info on the specific type of plastic used, but I can assure you that these are good quality, Italian-made valves used by leading Italian accordion brands (Pigini, Castagnari...)
Kind regards,

From Luigi | 2019-05-18 06:24:08

How do you know which leather valve gets what amount of Plastic. What determines the which have more or less plastic vantile on them. Just curious.

administrator

Dear Luigi,

If you still have the old leather valves, it is best to replace each of them by selecting a plastic valve that is slightly larger, before cutting the excess plastic to match the dimensions of the old leather valve.

Regards,

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