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Hohner 532BX-C Blues Harp, Key Of C Major

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  • 10 single holes with 20 reeds
  • Wooden comb for fuller tone
  • Includes plastic carry case
  • Key of C
  • 4-inch diatonic blues harmonica

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Peso del producto136 g
Dimensiones del producto21,6 x 13,3 x 3,5 cm
Número de modelo del producto532BX-C
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Tipo de materialMetal
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Producto en desde15 de mayo de 2016
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Armónica diatónica de 20 voces mítica para Blues. Diseñada para obtener un tono y volumen consistente para uso en Blues. Peine en madera para todo el rango de notas. Lengüetas en latón de 0,9 milimetros. Fabricada en Alemania. Incluye método. En blister para expositor.

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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas The Blues Harp Sounds Great and Is Fun to Play, But it is a Little Uncomfortable 21 de enero de 2015
Por Angler R - Publicado en
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I have a Hohner Crossover, a Suzuki Manji and a couple of Seydel Session harmonicas that I've been playing for a couple of months. The Blues Harp has a great, throaty sound that is perfect for the blues. I love it. You can play single notes fairly easily on this harmonica. However, it is probably the least comfortable harmonica I have played. I've tried adjusting it, but that doesn't really fix the problem. I have pretty much decided on using the Seydel Session harmonicas - they are easier to bend and the most comfortable harmonicas I have played. Seedy Session harmonicas have a kind of muted sound, which is nice and bluesy. The Hohner Crossover is kind of brassy and the best sounding harmonica for my taste. The Blues Harp is kind of in the middle. The Manji also has a nice sound, a lot like the Hohner Crossover, but It is a little temperamental; some of the reeds freeze up and don't blow. The Crossover is a great harp and can do anything that you want it to - if you are really good and if you can adjust the reeds - but it isn't as easy to play as the Seydel Sessions. If you can master it, the Crossover is a great sounding harmonica, but if you need a little help, the Seydel Sessions is simply the easiest to play harmonica I have found. To sum up, the Seydel sounds great and is the easiest and most comfortable harmonica I have played. The Blues Harp is not comfortable to play, but it does sound great. It may not be as responsive as some harmonicas, but hey, I'm not Jason Ricci; this harp is better than me. If you just want to jam some blues, this is harp will work. It is built solid, it sounds great and is a blast to play. The Manji is a great sounding harp, but kind of temperamental and needs some adjustment. The Hohner Crossover is the best sounding harp I have ever heard, but you need to adjust the reeds and it is a little more difficult to play than the Seydel Sessions. The Crossover is more comfortable to play than the Blues Harp, but not as comfortable as the Seydel Sessions.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I've been playing the harmonica for over 43 years and ... 16 de julio de 2014
Por Chris G. - Publicado en
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I've been playing the harmonica for over 43 years and this harmonica, made in Germany, exceeds my expectations. I can bend single notes for melodic playing and with the usual vibrato over a wide variety of musical genres. Many music stores sell this same harmonica for $20 more than what I paid for it on Amazon. It pays to comparative shop.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas My 1st harmonica 3 de abril de 2017
Por S. R. Woody - Publicado en
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My first harp and it has been a good learning instrument. I continue to use it despite having added C harps of two other brands. It is an easy playing harmonica and it's blues tuning is just different enough from the others that it's still fun to play.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great 5 de marzo de 2013
Por sassyorange - Publicado en
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My husband is a pro harp player and said this harp is great quality. He needed a replacement c. The c is the most common so his wears out after so much use. Would recommend for a new user or replacement. Look into what kind of harmonica music you want to play before purchasing a harp. This harp is good for blues and country western. Perfect for the new user!!!
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas I like the way it plays 12 de enero de 2015
Por David M DelPizzo - Publicado en
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This is my second Hohner key of C Blues Harp in the past two years. I like the way it plays. The previous one lost a tooth on one of the Combs after a year of average playing. That should not happen which concerns me when it come to the quality of this harp. However, as I said, it plays well and the price was great.