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Seydel 1847 Noble Harmonica

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The Seydel 1847 Noble is the jewel of the 1847 blues harps collection. An instrument built without compromise; made from only the best materials available and with over 160 years of Seydel’s harmonica making experience.

This is the Standard Richter tuned harmonica, if you wish to get the 1847 Noble in Paddy Richter, or if we do not have the key you need, then please contact us. The Seydel 1847 Noble is part of the blues range and comes with stainless steel reeds.

  • New cover plates; matted stainless steel covers with side-vents (openings on both sides), optimised sound projection and distribution of airflow if playing fully cupped
  • New comb accurately milled from aluminium, anodised in black and with the Seydel logo laser-engraved on the back – superb air-tightness and improved handling due to the greater weight of the instrument
  • New tactile oval key stickers- hard wearing and removes the danger of holding the instrument the wrong way round, even in the dark
  • Approved corrosion-free fine-cut reed plates made of German Silver fixed with stainless steel screws – extremely close tolerances between slot and reed for best possible tone control for the player
  • Precisely factory adjusted, pitch-stable and durable reeds and rivets both made of Stainless Steel – optimal tone response and a full sound
  • Tuning: Standard Richter. (Paddy Richter also available on request)

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The Seydel 1847 Noble is the jewel of the 1847 blues harps collection. An instrument built without compromise; made from only the best materials available and with over 160 years of Seydel’s harmonica making experience.

This is the Standard Richter tuned harmonica, if you wish to get the 1847 Noble in Paddy Richter, or if we do not have the key you need, then please contact us. The Seydel 1847 Noble is part of the blues range and comes with stainless steel reeds.

  • New cover plates; matted stainless steel covers with side-vents (openings on both sides), optimised sound projection and distribution of airflow if playing fully cupped
  • New comb accurately milled from aluminium, anodised in black and with the Seydel logo laser-engraved on the back – superb air-tightness and improved handling due to the greater weight of the instrument
  • New tactile oval key stickers- hard wearing and removes the danger of holding the instrument the wrong way round, even in the dark
  • Approved corrosion-free fine-cut reed plates made of German Silver fixed with stainless steel screws – extremely close tolerances between slot and reed for best possible tone control for the player
  • Precisely factory adjusted, pitch-stable and durable reeds and rivets both made of Stainless Steel – optimal tone response and a full sound
  • Tuning: Standard Richter. (Paddy Richter also available on request)

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1 review for Seydel 1847 Noble Harmonica

  1. harrybrockshipton (verified owner)

    I bought a Low G and have played it for about a day.

    I primarily play low Manjis, but they stop at a Low C, so for harps lower than Low C I’ve chosen to play Seydels because of their respectable price and stainless steel reeds.

    The Low G’s chords are wonderful and rich, and kind of sad sounding, which I find really interesting. The bends are impossible in the first octave except for a little scooping on holes 3 and 4, but no worry, since low harps are better for rhythm and chugging. Fortunately, you can bend on the middle and upper octave, giving them a new dimension to their sound and playability. I play guitar and bass, which as you can imagine rearranges how one plays, which absolutely applies to lower-tuned harmonicas.

    I was pleasantly surprised to discover the first 6 holes in my Low G are valved, making the sound much purer and fuller. The side vents create a louder sound, pushing more air out of the harp. The aluminium comb is smooth and strong, and the little white LG sticker on the side is a great touch.

    I think I’m addicted. After playing a Low G, I am inspired to buy more low low harps, specifically a LLF and a LLE. I’d go lower if they existed. Time to save my pennies.

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