Seydel 1847 Noble - Paddy Richter Tuning

Model: Noble-Paddy

£95.99

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Product Description

The Paddy Richter is altered from the Richter tuning by raising hole 3 blow for two semi-tones which is very useful especially for playing fast in Irish and Celtic music (1st pos: the 6th note of the major scale is playable without bending, 2nd pos.: the 2nd major scale not is available in the lower register without bending).
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Product Specification

Harmonica TypeDiatonic Harmonica
Number of Holes10
Comb MaterialAlloy
Number of Reeds20
Spare Reeds Available?Yes
TuningPaddy Richter
Valved?No
Musical StyleFolk
Available KeysA, D, G, C

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