Gabbanelli Accordion

gabbanelli accordionThe Gabbanelli Accordion is now available in a wide variety of age and styles. Gabbanelli has been making quality accordions in Italy since the 1960s. Here, on auction, you will find outstanding prices on accordions that are built from the tradition, designs and craftmanship of the earliest Italian Accordion makers. To read or learn more about Gabbanelli Accordions, please scroll below the auction sale items.

Otherwise, what are you waiting for?  Place your bid on a Gabbanelli Accordion, today!

Gabbanelli Accordion Key GCF
Gabbanelli Accordion Key GCF
$1,299.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 4d 7h 37m
Norteno accordion designed by Gabbanelli Accordions
Norteno accordion designed by Gabbanelli Accordions
$1,050.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 2d 22h 11m
King Cajun accordion,  by Gabbanelli
King Cajun accordion, by Gabbanelli
$1,000.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 5d 8h 49m
Gabbanelli accordion 3 register key of gcf bass reed
Gabbanelli accordion 3 register key of gcf bass reed
$200.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 5d 19h 49m
New Gabbanelli accordion keychain
New Gabbanelli accordion keychain
$50.00 (0 Bids)
Time Left: 17d 5h 51m
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Gabbanelli Accordion History and Collectors Information

Interesting side note on the
Gabbanelli Accordion:
Did you know that the Gabbanelli Accordion is the most often mispelled musical instrument in the world since the first instrument was ever made? Since, there are three sets of double-consonants in the maker's name, there are 36 ways to misspell Gabbanelli Accordions. When you think Italian, obviously you think Accordion - and when you think Accordion, you got to put the Double-B and Double-L consonants in your vocabulary. Gabbanelli Accordions do have a nice history in the making of these fabulous instruments.

The Gabbanelli Accordion company sprung from the very first accordion maker, Paolo Soprani. His apprentice,  Elio Gabbanelli worked for Paolo Soprani in 1915 then opened his very own factory in Castelifardo, Italy in 1929.  Gabbanelli Accordions have been owned by a family business; passed on from generation to generation. John Gabbanelli took his father's trade to the United States in 1961. In 1991, the first showroom and distribution center was founded by John Gabbanelli in Houston, Texas. It wasn't until 1999, that the Gabbanelli family opened their first accordion factory. Grandson, Michael Gabbanelli continues the family business today. As of today, there are over 8 decades of treasured accordions passed down from the family and now available to you on eBay auction sales. Please check back frequently if you don't see the model, year or version of accordion you are looking for. The inventory on Gabbanelli Accordions is practically changing by the hour.

Gabbanelli Accordion

How much is your Gabbanelli accordion worth? If you inherited an old Gabbanelli Accordion from your father or grandfather and are wondering how much it is worth, youve come to the right place. eBay is probably the best place to shop for old Gabbanelli Accordions. Scroll below the Accordion Sale auctions below to learn more


How to Find Your Gabbanelli Accordion

Whether youre buying or selling a new, old or vintage Gabbanelli Accordion, eBay Auctions are an excellent way to discover the value and popularity of these old instruments. has sorted old accordions by type: Button, Diatonic, Bandoneon, Piano, etc. as well as brand name. The Gabbanelli Accordion is certainly a popular one and youll probably find one, if not many of them similar to yours on eBay. But there is yet another way to identify your grandfathers old accordion and it doesnt involve shopping auction sales, hunting and searching for instruments that are similar in shape, size, age and brand.


Another Way to Identify Your Gabbanelli Accordion

The AccordionStop Accordion Identification Blogis a website, designed for helping accordion owners identify the age and value of their old accordions. The idea started from my own Grandfathers Accordion which I inherited several years ago. No, unfortunately, its not a Gabbanelli Accordion, but I wish it was! At  any rate, this Accordion Blog is where owners and accordion experts can get together and share their information. Email pictures of your old accordion to and well publish them on the site with any additional information you might have about the instrument. Who knows, you might even find an old Gabbanelli Accordion just like the one from your grandfather. Check back often, both on eBay and on our Accordion Blog. The information on eBay changes daily if not by the hour. The Accordion Website is constantly being updated with updated, old accordions models that people wish to identify.


Always check eBay for the best price on an old Gabbanelli Accordion.


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