Hohner Juke Harp MS

Model: JUKE-HARP

£28.99

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Hohner Juke Harp MS - The Juke Joints of the south were the birthplace of blues music. Early blues greats would travel to these smoke-filled, dimly lit venues and light the place up with their souls to get the people dancing till the early morning hours. The Juke Harp pays homage to these establishments and the blues culture they fostered that lives on today.

 

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Available KeysA, G, C

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