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Although early harmonicas (and the Richter tuning system, which is still ubiquitous) were originally designed to play a kind of German Oom-pah music, they are, perhaps most closely connected with the blues, with artists such as Sonny Terry, Junior Wells and Sonny Boy Williamson using the instrument in quite a different way to the musical intentions of its inventors. Blues is generally (but not exclusively) performed on a 10 hole diatonic harmonica, its popularity amongst early blues musicians being largely related to its low cost, decent acoustic volume and its easy portability

Suzuki Bluesmaster Harmonica Box Set (Set of 6)
Suzuki Harmonicas

Suzuki Bluesmaster Harmonica Box Set (Set of 6)

£163.99
The Suzuki Bluesmaster Harmonica Box Set (Set of 6) gives you the most popular keys to help you play almost any song. This boxed set of Bluesmaster harmonicas gives the working musician the six most popular and useful musical keys in one convenient, affordable package. The set includes a durable foam lined, divided case with a snap lock top that keeps your harmonicas together and positions your harps for easy access. The Suzuki Bluesmaster is an easy to play, affordable to own professional harmonica. Stainless steel covers are durable and ergonomically designed for easy handling. Inside, Phosphor Bronze reeds and an ABS plastic comb give superb sound projection and tonal clarity. The rugged Bluesmaster is virtually indestructible! Look good, sound good, feel good, with the Bluesmaster by SUZUKI. 6 Harmonicas included in the following keys: C, G, A, D, F, and Bb  The set includes a durable foam lined, divided case with a snap lock top that keeps your harmonicas together and positions your harps for easy access. ... Read more
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Suzuki Manji 3 Key Harmonica Set
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Suzuki Manji 3 Key Harmonica Set

£135.99
The Suzuki Manji 3 key harmonica set includes 3 x M-20 harps designed for the player on the go. The most popular keys of C, G and A fit nicely in a beautiful carrying case that protects and cushions your Suzuki Manji's from dust and damage. Comes with a free case and discounted price against buying individual Suzuki Manji harmonicas. Features Suzuki's signature wood/resin comb, which provides the tone and warmth of wood, but with none of the swelling issues. The Suzuki Manji combines advanced technology and functional beauty to create a stunning 10 hole diatonic harmonica. This revolutionary Suzuki diatonic harp is named after Mr. Manji Suzuki, the company's founder — now in his late 80's, however still pretty much in charge. He started with a single hand-built model nearly 70 years ago, and has built Suzuki up into one of the world's premier harmonica manufacturers. Number of holes: 10 Cover plates: Stainless steel Reed plates:  Phosphor Bronze, 20 reeds Comb: Resin Wood Composite Keys: C/G/A (3 piece set) Made in Japan About Suzuki Suzuki is one of the world's leading harmonica manufacturers, and has been producing harmonicas and related instruments in Japan since 1963. Its signature feature is phosphor bronze reeds, which provide a distinctive sound and outlast traditional brass reeds. In common with other harmonicas made in Japan, such as those manufactured by Tombo, Suzukis tend to be tuned to equal temperament, rather than the compromised tuning more commonly found on German made Hohners and Seydels. This makes them ideally suited for playing melody lines, although chords are also possible. Warning: It has come to our attention that counterfeit Suzuki Harmonicas are being offered for sale through overseas sellers. Please do not fall victim to these illegal sellers of Suzuki Harmonicas. All our Suzuki range have been purchased directly from the official Suzuki distributors.   ... Read more
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Brendan Power PowerBender Harmonica
Easttop Harmonicas

Brendan Power PowerBender Harmonica

£28.99

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The Brendan Power PowerBender Harmonica tuning builds on the best parts of the traditional Richter Tuning, while altering the scale to make the real juicy and important notes much easier to obtain throughout the whole three octave range. If you're interested in a fresh sound on the 10 hole diatonic, LOTS more bending expression and easy jazzy playing, the Brendan Power PowerBender harmonica is a good choice for you! Same familiar breathing pattern in the upper-middle registers. All draw notes bend everywhere, holes 1-10! On the un-valved version you can overblow every hole 1-10, for full chromatic playing. Overdraws and blow bends are no longer possible or needed on a PowerBender - they are replaced with simple draw bends. On the half-valved version, a mix of normal draw bends and valved blow bends gives full chromaticism. Top octave easy to play (intuitive) as many familiar phrasings can be adopted from the bottom octaves Easy to play in the common positions: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 11th, and 12th. PowerBender Background PowerBender represents the culmination of 30 years experimenting to create personal alternate tunings. Each one is really usable; I’ve proved that by recording 18 albums with various earlier alternate tunings. They all have excellent qualities that remain valid for those who wish to explore them further, and will be described and demonstrated in other books. However, I believe that in the POWERBENDER I have hit a winning combination of strengths that rivals the Richter tuning for all-round playability, but surpasses it for expressiveness, ease of play and contemporary relevance. The POWERBENDER is a new universal tuning updating the 10 hole diatonic for modern music styles, which emphasize note bending and fluent improvisation in different keys. It builds on all the best parts of the traditional Richter tuning, while altering the scale to make the real juicy, important notes much easier to obtain, with fantastic expressive ability throughout the whole three octave range. Its beauty and strength is that it relies overwhelmingly upon draw bending for chromaticism and expression, an easy technique all players master quickly. Every draw note bends a semitone or more. Overblows are still available but significantly reduced in importance, as they are not required for most playing. A development of my earlier tuning experiments, the POWER BENDER reached its final form in 2008; since then I have adopted it as my main tuning for improvising in blues, jazz, rock, folk and pop styles. It’s such an easy and sweet sounding tuning on out-of-the-box harps that anyone who tries it quickly gets hooked.... Read more
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Easttop Brendan Power Lucky 13 Harmonica
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Easttop Brendan Power Lucky 13 Harmonica

£49.99

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The Easttop Brendan Power Lucky 13 harmonica has it all: the standard range you're used to plus that Big Bottom, right there in your hands! Once you get used to a 4-octave Bass Blues Harmonica it is very hard to go back to the restricted range of a 10-hole harp ever again. It's two harps for the price of one: normal and low range, without having to buy/store both or switch harps in a tune. Here are the main features of the Easttop Brendan Power Lucky 13: World's first 13-hole harp, Patent Pending. Exactly 4 octave range in Richter tuning, with lower octave tagged on to normal 10-hole range. The same 7.5mm hole spacing as a normal 10-hole harp! That means it's easy to adapt to. Comfortable curved top cover, bottom cover raised at the bass end so the draw reeds never rattle. Holes in the coverplate ends, for extra volume. Solid comb, flat-sanded. Durable phosphor-bronze reeds. Thick chromed reedplates, secured with 11 screws for uniform airtightness. Clear visual numbering on top cover relates to the 10-hole diatonic, to make sure you never lose your place. Available in all 12 keys Key indicators on front and ends of the comb, for those who like to stack harps vertically. Perfect for low chord rhythm or melody lines, and extended octave playing. Possible to re-tune the lower 3 holes to create new chords or extended alt tunings.   Lucky 13 Demonstration Video:    ... Read more
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Fender Blues Deluxe Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case
Fender Harmonicas

Fender Blues Deluxe Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case

£83.99

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The Fender Blues Deluxe Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case includes all of the most popular harmonica keys with a soft case in which to carry them. This is an economical way to buy a set of harmonicas that will cover most popular songs, and offers a significant discount over buying each key individually. Keys includes are C, D, E, F, G and Bb. The Fender Blues Deluxe harmonica is perfect for both the seasoned harpist or those who are just starting out and is versatile enough for any level of player. With solid construction, a traditional shape and bright, articulate tone, this diatonic 10-hole harmonica offers the classic sound and long-lasting reliability of any genuine Fender instrument. It features chromed metal covers for comfortable performance, and moisture-resistant ABS plastic combs for bright sound, tuning stability and ease of cleaning and maintenance. 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. This differed from competitors' solid body guitars in its use of a more economical bolt on neck, allowing production costs to be lower without sacrificing tone or feel. This led to the development of their most famous guitar – the Stratocaster – which helped to shape popular music throughout the 1960s and beyond. Fender today produces a large range of amplifiers and instruments, ranging from those designed for beginners to extremely high end professional level equipment. 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 the “Big F”.... Read more
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Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case
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Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case

£229.99

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The Fender Blues DeVille Harmonicas 7 Pack with Case features 7  10-hole Blues DeVille diatonic harmonicas, plus a case, for a significantly lower cost than buying the items individually. The Blues DeVille delivers bright, bold tone and uncompromised pro quality, with phosphor bronze reeds, moisture-resistant ABS combs, gold-etched casing and other features that make it a reliable choice for serious performers. The keys included in this pack are C, G, A, D, F, E, Bb, which will cover most popular songs, especially if 2nd position is utilised. The phosphor bronze reeds are responsive, and give a rich, warm sound. They also provide significantly greater longevity than traditional brass reeds, and, when they do need replacing, reed plate sets are available for all keys. About Fender Fender Musical Instrument Corp can trace it origins to Leo Fender’s original business – Fender Radio Service, which repaired and maintained PAs and radio equipment in the 1930s and 1940s. After a brief foray into the production of lap steel guitars, Fender began to focus on the burgeoning market for solid body electric guitars. The result was the Telecaster - a simple and relatively affordable electric guitar that did without the glued in neck and more expensive detailing of the Gibson Les Paul, which was its main rival in the early electric guitar marketplace. Consequently, the Telecaster was substantially cheaper than the Gibson, leading to its adoption by many an up and coming band. Fender today produces a range of amplifiers and instruments, from beginners' models to extremely high end professional level equipment. 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 famous musical instrument manufacturers.... Read more
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Hering Vintage 1923 Harp Harmonica
Hering

Hering Vintage 1923 Harp Harmonica

£36.99

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This product has been discontinued. As an alternative please check out the Hohner Marine Band 1896 Classic The Hering Vintage 1923 Harp Harmonica is a reproduction of Hering's first harmonica, all the great blues harpists of the 20's/30/40's / 50's & 60's played with this type of tuning, and if you are looking for that "traditional" blues sound, then the Hering Vintage 1923 Harp is the mouth organ for you. Wooden veneer body Extra thick reed plates Airtight using 7 screws to hold reedplate to comb Bronze lacquered cover plate Attractive antique finish High Volume & Full bodied tone ... Read more
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Hohner 360? Collectors Edition Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner 360? Collectors Edition Harmonica

£19.99

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The Hohner 360° Collectors Edition Harmonica commemorated the 50th anniversary of the remarkable occasion when Walter Schirra played the Hohner Little Lady harmonica in outer space. This Hohner 360 is still small enough to make it your permanent companion. On December 16th, 1965 a musical instrument was played in outer space for the first time in history. Walter Schirra, commander on board the Gemini 6, surprised Mission Control with the Christmas tune “Jingle Bells” played on the Hohner Little Lady, the world’s smallest harmonica. 10 hole diatonic harmonica Transparent ABS body Reed Plates: 0.9mm brass Length: 10.5 cm Key: C-major ... Read more
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Hohner Blues Band - 7 Harmonica Set With Case
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Blues Band - 7 Harmonica Set With Case

£99.99

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Hohner Blues Band - 7 Harmonica Set With Case - A set of 7 Blues Band harmonicas in the most popular keys (A, Bb, C, D, E, F and G) to get you started playing blues, folk, rock or country music. It also comes with a reference key table so that you will always know which key to use with each song. Includes a sturdy nylon case for storing and transporting your harps, and offers a significant discount over buying all of these harps individually.... Read more
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Hohner Harponette Harmonica
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Hohner Harponette Harmonica

£104.99

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The Hohner Harponette was originally released in 1909. A hundred years later, Hohner's master instrument makers have crafted a particularly attractive replica model entirely manufactured in Trossingen, Germany. It features a CNC-milled bordeaux red casing, into which a high-quality Richter harmonica is inset and enables the player to produce a uniquely warm and sonorous tone. A must for any harmonica collector The Hohner Harponette comes in a luxurious embossed case with a magnetic closure. Doussié wood comb 10 Hole Diatonic tuned 0.9 mm brass reed plates 20 brass reeds Stainless steel covers with Harponette embossing CNC-milled solid spruce casing, attractively laquered, with authentic silver imprint Elegantly styled vintage cardboard case with practical magnetic closure Available in C-major ... Read more
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Hohner John Lennon Signature M592016 Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner John Lennon Signature M592016 Harmonica

£62.99

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This model is discontinued. However, Hohner now produces The Beatles Signature Harmonica as an alternative The Hohner John Lennon Signature features brilliant white cover plates, stylish packaging and a clear acrylic comb, the John Lennon Signature Series Harmonica by Hohner is hand-made in Germany and will pay tribute to the legacy of its namesake. One of the greatest musicians and composers of the 20th century, John Lennon began playing the harmonica when he was a child in Liverpool and was greatly influenced in the 1960's by American blues music. His playing on #1 hit songs like "Love Me Do","From Me to You","Please Please Me," and "I Should Have Known Better" inspired a whole new generation of harmonica players. Hand-made in Trossignen, Germany, this premium harp is perfect for any collector, fan, or serious harmonica player. Hohner is proud to celebrate John Lennon's spirit of creativity. The M592016 harmonica is a 10-hole Marine Band-style diatonic harp in the key of C. It comes in a clear acrylic case and a white cardboard display box with a magnetic closure. Original Blues Harp with gold-plated reed plates in C-Major Exclusive stainless steel covers with special embossing Specially imprinted Doussie wood comb Robust case with John Lennon imprint in Silver. Comes in a John Lennon designed case. Key: C ... Read more
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Hohner Marine Band 1896 Pro Pack
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Marine Band 1896 Pro Pack

£95.99

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The Hohner Marine Band 1896 Pro Pack contains three of the most popular keys (C, G & A) of the Hohner Marine Band 1896 classic original blues harmonica. Today it is still manufactured in much the same way as when it was first introduced in 1896. Its uniquely authentic sound has defined the role of the harmonica in the blues tradition and made it the benchmark by which all others are judged. Played by iconic figures such as Little Walter, Paul Butterfield, and Bob Dylan. Save money by ordering this pack instead of three individual Mouth organs. Original cover design from 1896 ensures the classic blues sound Greatly reduced swelling behaviour through double-coated pear wood comb Reeds: 20 Brass Reed Plates: 0.9mm brass Comb: Pearwood, brown Mouthpiece: pearwood lacquered Cover surface: Stainless steel Pack includes 3 x Marine Band 1896 classic in Keys: C, G & A ... Read more
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Hohner Pioneer Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Pioneer Harmonica

£12.99

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On December 16th 1965, a musical instrument was played in outer space for the first time - the HOHNER Little Lady. As this event demonstrates, HOHNER harmonicas are played literally everywhere. Be part of this world and enjoy music - everywhere. The Hohner Pioneer was made to commemorate the Pioneering spirit that sent brave men and women to choose an unknown path and to launch a Pioneering new direction in harmonica design. Features Transparent body Made in the most popular key -- C-major Durable Stainless steel plates Innovative and great looking clear ABS Reed Plate surface, Mouthpiece & Comb. ... Read more
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Hohner Remaster Vol I Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Remaster Vol I Harmonica

£29.99

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The Hohner Remaster Vol I is part of the 2016 collectors edition remaster series. Comb: Transparent ABS Number of hole: 10 Reeds: 20 brass Reed Plates: 0.9mm brass Read Plate Surface: brass Cover Surface: Stainless steel Mouthpiece Surface: transparent ABS Length: 10.5 cm Comes in a unique pouch, see picture for details Keys: C major ... Read more
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Hohner Remaster Vol II Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Remaster Vol II Harmonica

£29.99

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The Hohner Remaster Vol II is part of the 2016 collectors edition remaster series. Comb: Transparent ABS Number of hole: 10 Reeds: 20 brass Reed Plates: 0.9mm brass Read Plate Surface: brass Cover Surface: Stainless steel Mouthpiece Surface: transparent ABS Length: 10.5 cm Comes in a unique pouch, see picture for details Keys: C major ... Read more
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Hohner Remaster Vol III Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Remaster Vol III Harmonica

£29.99

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The Hohner Remaster Vol III is part of the 2016 collectors edition remaster series. Comb: Brow transparent ABS Number of hole: 10 Reeds: 20 brass Reed Plates: 0.9mm brass Read Plate Surface: brass Cover Surface: Stainless steel Mouthpiece Surface: transparent ABS Length: 10.5 cm Comes in a unique pouch, see picture for details Keys: C major ... Read more
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Hohner See-Thru Happy Green Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner See-Thru Happy Green Harmonica

£6.99

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The Hohner See-Thru Happy Green Harmonica is a genuine 10-hole Richter harmonica with plastic covers, available in four different colours. It is an excellent low-priced beginners instrument for blues, folk and rock. This would also be a fantastic harp choice for children. Reeds: 20 brass Comb: ABS, Green Reed Plates: 0.9mm aluminium Reed Plate Surface: aluminium Number of Holes: 10 Key: C-major Length: 10cm Available in blue, red, green and yellow ... Read more
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Hohner See-Thru Happy Purple Harmonica
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Hohner See-Thru Happy Purple Harmonica

£7.99

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The Hohner See-Thru Happy Purple Harmonica is a genuine 10-hole Richter harmonica with plastic covers, available in four different colours. It is an excellent low-priced beginners instrument for blues, folk and rock. This would also be a fantastic harp choice for children. Reeds: 20 brass Comb: ABS, Purple Reed Plates: 0.9mm aluminium Reed Plate Surface: aluminium Number of Holes: 10 Key: C-major Length: 10cm Available in blue, red, green and yellow ... Read more
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Hohner See-Thru Happy Yellow Harmonica
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner See-Thru Happy Yellow Harmonica

£6.99

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The Hohner See-Thru Happy Yellow Harmonica is a genuine 10-hole Richter harmonica with plastic covers, available in four different colours. It is an excellent low-priced beginners instrument for blues, folk and rock. This would also be a fantastic harp choice for children. Reeds: 20 brass Comb: ABS, Yellow Reed Plates: 0.9mm aluminium Reed Plate Surface: aluminium Number of Holes: 10 Key: C-major Length: 10cm Available in blue, red, green and yellow ... Read more
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Hohner Special 20 Pink Harmonica Limited Edition
Hohner Harmonicas

Hohner Special 20 Pink Harmonica Limited Edition

£29.99

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Hohner Special 20 Pink Harmonica From the hottest catwalks to summer cinema blockbusters, and even important occasions like Breast Cancer Awareness Month, pink is stealing the spotlight this year. But guess what? Hohner is joining the pink party, and we're thrilled to announce the release of our brand-new Special 20 harmonica in PINK! But you're going to have to be quick because the Special 20 PINK will be produced in a strictly limited edition! Limited Edition Progressive Series Key: C major Sturdy and moisture-resistant comb made of ABS plastic 0.9 mm brass reed plates recessed in the comb 20 Reeds Stainless steel cover plates Round, powerful sound with fast response Suitable for intensive use Suitable for beginners and advanced players Length: 10.2 cm Colour of comb: Pink Made in Germany... Read more
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Lee Oskar Mick Jagger Signature Harmonica - Key of C

Lee Oskar Mick Jagger Signature Harmonica - Key of C

£68.99

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Lee Oskar Mick Jagger Signature 1st Edition 10 Hole C It is well-known that Mick Jagger has loved playing Lee Oskar harmonicas for many years. The Mick Jagger Harmonica Signature Series offers a meticulously designed range of harmonicas that faithfully replicate the exact specifications used by Mick Jagger throughout his illustrious career. Each harmonica in the series is handcrafted with thorough attention to detail, guaranteeing an authentic playing experience and the unmistakable Jagger sound that fans have grown to love. The Mick Jagger Harmonica Signature Series features harmonicas in various keys, including the popular blues keys. Each harmonica is precision-tuned to Mick Jagger’s exacting standards, guaranteeing unparalleled sound quality and effortless playability. The harmonicas also showcase custom-designed cover plates adorned with Mick Jagger’s signature, adding a touch of rock and roll flair to the instrument. Specification Manufacturer Lee Oskar by Tombo Country of Origin Japan Instrument Type Major Diatonic Note / Key C... Read more
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Tombo Aero Reed Harmonica
Tombo Harmonicas

Tombo Aero Reed Harmonica

£36.99

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The Tombo Aero Reed harmonica is part of the Tombo diatonic range. Epoch-making 10-hole Harmonica combined with Tombo's consistent quality control and new Metal comb. Its coverplate, comb and reedplate construction are a new Tombo design. Clear and distinct tone metal comb Tombo's flagship diatonic model ... Read more
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Blues Key Harmonica?

If you are playing on your own, then the key of harmonica you choose to play doesn't really matter too much. This said, higher keys (ie those from C to F#) tend to play 'quicker' and are easier to perform bends on (due to the thinner, more malleable reeds) than lower keys (B down to G and beyond).

If you want to play along with recordings of blues artists, the key of C is a good place to start, as it covers a range of popular tunes written in this key and its second position relative key, G.

Most blues harmonicas use the Richter system to lay out the notes, but, in recent years, alternative tuning have been devised to overcome some of the limitations of Richter (which, after all, was never designed with the blues in mind). Brendan Power's Powerdraw and Powerbender tunings aim to position the notes that need to be bent in places on the harmonica where they can be bent, making blues licks easier and more intuitive. Similarly Seydel's Wilde tuning enables more rocky blues based riffs to be played at higher speeds than would be possible on a traditionally tuned harp.

Best Blues Harmonica

Whilst the exact choice of harmonica is a matter of personal taste, you'll generally want a diatonic harmonica made in Germany or Japan. Our top picks are the Seydel Session Steel, Lee Oskar Major Diatonic, Hohner Rocket and the Suzuki Bluesmaster, but there are many other great models out there.

Blues Harmonica C

Not only is C the most popular key of harmonica, but it's also the one for which most online beginner lessons are created, so it's a good idea to make this key your first purchase in your harmonica musical journey.

How to Play Blues Harmonica

One of the major techniques of blues harmonica is the bending of notes. Unlike on guitar, where the bending is generally up to a higher note, harmonicas are always bent down to a lower note. This gives the distinctive blues sound and provides access to the blues pentatonic scale that is key to creating an authentic blues sound. Mastering bending first requires mastering the ability to play single notes; practise and perfect this first before you attempt any bends.

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