Hohner 3628867031 - :armónica 39/8g
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- 8 voces
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Armonica 39, 8 G. Modelo miniatura con caja, diatónica, 8 voces, afinación en SOL. La atención cercana de los más de 50 profesionales de la música que integran la plantilla y la constante motivación por hacer que nuestras tiendas sean un punto de encuentro de músicos y aficionados, realizando eventos, presentaciones, roadshows , escuelas de formación, etc. hacen que nos diferenciemos del resto de tiendas de instrumentos.
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I waited until I was getting reasonably proficient on the harp before I bought it. It makes a great graduation gift. Note that I got the idea from an instructor of a Udemy course I am taking -- Ben Hewlett whom I greatly recommend.
It was in the gift shop there that I bought my first Hohner Little Lady, for $3.50 -- a long time ago! I taught myself to play "Jingle Bells" and "Joy to the World" on it. It comes out of storage every Christmas, and when I'm not playing it, it hangs as a decoration on the Christmas tree, next to a set of tiny jingle bells on a string.
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If you want a fun novelty, this Little Lady is perfect for the purpose - they are not awesome sounding harps - the pitch is high, the sound is small, but mine is in tune, and I can play any one octave tune on it - I have played one on stage, I used one in a tour, with twenty venues and it went down well. People like the instrument, and like seeing someone play a tune on it that they recognize. In the sixties, I busked in Britain with one these - with a dulcimer - I made sufficient money to live comfortably for the summer. Without the Little Lady, I made about half the money. I had made a holder for it, that worked pretty well - I need to make another.
Hopefully I can find a case for this item, as without one, it is very easy to lose it - just over an inch long and quarter inch wide and deep. There is a V shaped loop at the end, that will take a chain - I may attach a watch chain on it, to stop it going missing.
The quality is excellent. It's made in Germany, and comes with everything you would expect from Hohner: pearwood comb, engraved brass reed plates, quality brass reeds, and chromed covers. It's almost like a Marine Band in miniature, and weighs next to nothing. There are only four holes and eight reeds, giving you one complete octave from C to C. The gaps between the holes are wide enough that blowing into a single hole is not difficult.
In spite of it's tiny size, the sound is unbelievably good, and the reeds are very responsive and smooth. Fitting it's diminutive size, the Little Lady doesn't require as much air as a full-size harmonica, making it easy to play. The range may not sound like much, but it's amazing how many songs you can play with just one octave.
It comes with a small hard case that fits it really well, but not perfectly, so that it rattles around a very little bit.
High quality, great sound, incredibly portable convenience. The Little Lady is a great harmonica for anyone who wants one they can literally take anywhere at any time. It costs more than all the other mini harps I've seen, but you do pay for quality. The price is well worth it.