Giulietti Corporation


    Giulietti accordions was founded in New York in 1923 by Luigi (Louis) Giuletti.

    He had learned his trade with Soprani in Italy, emigrated to the USA in 1914 and co-founded Italo-American; in 1919 he traveled to New York, worked for Galizi for a while.

    When Luigi died in 1950, his son Julio Giulietti (°1910) took over. He moved the accordeon production to Italy (by the Zero Sette workshop) and the company also sold rebranded guitar gear (guitars, amps and effects).

    Giulieti Corporation was active until at least 1984, by which time it was located in Westfield, Massachusetts. Julio died in 1996.

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