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Harmonica Holders are devices that keep the harmonica in a fixed position without the need to hold the harp in your hands. This frees you up to play a different instrument - often a guitar or other stringed instrument, such as a ukulele or banjo - simultaneously.
Out of stockThe Fender Harmonica Holder delivers the utmost stability for your harp for effortless play with an additional instrument. Crafted from sturdy stainless chrome-plated steel and featuring an adjustable neck brace, this lightweight performance solution offers maximum comfort for any player while sturdily locking your harp into place. This harmonica holder will work with most brands and types of 10 hole diatonic harmonica, including Fender's own Blues DeVille and Blues Deluxe harps. It features locking double wingnuts for security, and the chrome plated steel will ensure it looks as good as it feels through many years of playing. About Fender Fender Musical Instrument Corp can trace it origins to Leo Fender’s original business – Fender Radio Service, which was involved in the repair and maintenance of PAs and radio equipment. Experiments with the lap steel guitar in the 1940s led to them changing their name to Fender Instruments, and producing one of the earliest solid body electric guitars – the Telecaster. Unlike Fender's competitor, Gibson, whose solid body electric guitar, the Les Paul, featured exotic woods and an expensive to produce glued in neck, the Telecaster used a bolt on neck and less expensive woods, meaning that it was affordable to a greater range of musicians. The success of the Telecaster led to the development of their most famous guitar – the Stratocaster – which helped to shape popular music throughout the 1960s and beyond. Fender today manufactures a large range of guitars, amps and other musical instruments and accessories, both in the USA, for its premium models, and in other countries throughout the world, including Mexico and Japan. Harmonicas are a recent addition to the Fender portfolio of instruments, but the Blues Deluxe has the same level build quality, playability and tone you would expect from any product from one of the world's most respected musical instrument manufacturers.... Read more
Out of stockKinsman Gig Tray - perfect for storing your harmonicas whilst on stage. Allows easy access to harps, enabling you to switch between different keys without fumbling on the floor. Strong clamp design will work with almost any mic stand and provides a robust platform for your harps.... Read more
They usually feature a U-shaped metal band that fits over the shoulder attached to an adjustable metal upright that has in built slots for the harmonica. The majority of holders are set up to take standard 10 hole diatonic harps, as these are the most common types used in situations that require a holder. However, Hohner does produce one holder - the HH154 - that will accept 10, 12 and 14 hole harmonicas, thereby allowing players of longer harps to benefit from hands free harmonica playing.
How do you Use a Harmonica Holder?
Most holders have a spring mounted clip for the harmonica itself, so the first thing to do is to push the harmonica into place, ensuring that it is central in the device. Then you can slip the holder around your neck and tighten the wing nuts that fasten the arms to the U shaped part of the holder. Ensure that these are sufficiently tight that the harmonica will not move, whilst playing, then adjust the arms so that the harmonica is comfortable to play whilst using your other instrument.
The Harmonica Company stocks the major brands of holder, including Lee Oskar, Hohner and Fender and can ship worldwide with fast delivery times.
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