Bass Mechanism Maker Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for a Bass Mechanism Maker is $36,033 a year and $17 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Bass Mechanism Maker is between $27,676 and $42,853.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Lays out and constructs accordions, applying knowledge of accordion construction, using handtools and operating variety of wood and metalworking machines: studies sketch of accordion or customer's specifications to plan work.
Measures and marks woodstock to lay out wood parts.
Operates woodworking machines, such as saw and sander, and uses carpenter handtools to cut, shape, and finish wood parts of instrument.
Measures, cuts, and pleats cardboard to form bellows.
Covers bellows with sateen and cloth.
Glues leather and places metal guards on corners of bellows.
Applies celluloid to accordion parts, such as keys and box ends.
Assembles wood and metal parts with screws, nails, or glue, using handtools.
Examines fit and finish of instrument and plays notes and chords to inspect completed instrument.
May tune accordion reeds and glue reeds in reed blocks accordion tuner.
May fabricate metal parts, using shop machines and handtools.
May repair used instruments accordion repairer.
May be designated according to part made as bass-mechanism maker; bellows maker; box maker; or by operation performed as finisher, accordion.
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