The Seydel Sailor Steel Tremolo is the first traditionally-shaped tremolo harmonica with stainless steel reeds. The Seydel Sailor Steel Tremolo is a traditionally built diatonic tremolo-harmonica has a divided plastic comb: four holes in a square correspond to one draw and one blow note.
If a single note is played two reeds that are tuned a little bit different start to operate together. As a result the floating tremolo sound is produced that has grown into a typical stylistic element of many different kinds of folk music on the harmonica.
The Seydel Sailor Steel Tremolo harmonica is well suited for playing melodies or chord accompaniment. If played with the "tongue blocking" technique both can be done simultaneously and then the full and rich sound of the Seydel Sailor Steel is reminiscent of a big styrian accordion.
- 24 double-holes
- 48 Stainless Steel reeds (and rivets) with a very good pitch stability and a loud with full sound
- Body: divided, plastic black - non-corrosive and swelling-free
- Stable covers made of Stainless Steel
- Airtight reed plates made of German Silver (1.0mm) with very good flatness
- Weight: 134g (4.73oz )
- Dimensions: 182 x 30 x 24mm (7.16 x 1.18 x 0.94inches)
The Seydel Sailor Steel Tremolo – ambitious players of many traditional musical styles (Shanty, Alpenländische Volksmusik, Irish Folk, Classical, etc.) will not want to miss out on this fantastic instrument.