Accordion and Bandonion Workshop Hoyer

Klingenthal in the Vogtland in Saxony

A look into Mr Hoyer's formerly privat workshop in Klingenhtal.

When playing harmonicas, air is constantly sucked in, which leads to dust deposits on the reeds and reed plates. In addition, the vibrating reeds work on the rivet to which they are attached to the reedplate. Both lead over time to the detuning of an instrument. The most important furniture to fix them is in a workshop the tuning table.

Mr Hoyer completed his apprenticeship as an instrument maker at VEB Klingenthaler Harmonikawerke and worked there for several decades.