The Fender Blues Deluxe Harmonica is versatile enough for any level of player, from beginner to expert. It has a solid construction, a traditional shape and a bright, articulate tone.
The ABS comb is designed to be moisture and swell resistant, whilst the chromed metal covers ensure it will keep its good looks for many years. Reeds are traditional brass, and bend with ease, and, unusually for an entry level harmonica, the reed plates are replaceable.
The Fender Blues Deluxe Harmonica has an engraved top cover plate provides a pleasingly retro finish to this handsome harmonica.
Available in a range of 7 standard major keys: C, D, E, F, G, A and Bb.
Also available as a 7 harp set, which offers a significant saving over buying all of the keys individually.
This diatonic 10-hole harmonica offers the classic sound and long-lasting reliability of any genuine Fender instrument.
Players who are looking for a higher end diatonic should check out the Fender Blues Deville, which features highly durable and great sounding phosphor bronze reeds – similar to those used in Suzuki harps – but still comes in at an impressively low price point.
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 led to the development of their most famous guitar – the Stratocaster – which helped to shape popular music throughout the 1960s and beyond.
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”.