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Re: John Hebert & Crown Accordions

I have an accordion I believe is made by Mr. Hebert. It is a Crown french/cajun accordion. I inherited it from my father. It has hardly been played. I do not have a case for it, should I? I have it sitting out. I do play the regular accordion, and have tried to play and can make some sense of it but not fully. I plan to in the future.
However, my question is this....when I move the accordion or flip it...I hear something inside rolling around. It plays well, but I didn't know if I should get it looked at or not...and who do I bring it to?

Re: John Hebert & Crown Accordions

John E. Doucet in the Church Point, LA area can help you. Doucet Accordions, 337-886-5377.

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