Tombo Aero Reed Harmonica

Model: TARH

Starting at: £36.99

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Product Description

The Tombo Aero Reed harmonica is part of the Tombo diatonic range. Epoch-making 10-hole Harmonica combined with Tombo's consistent quality control and new Metal comb. Its coverplate, comb and reedplate construction are a new Tombo design.

  • Clear and distinct tone
  • metal comb
  • Tombo's flagship diatonic model
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Product Specification

Harmonica TypeDiatonic Harmonica
Number of Holes10
Comb MaterialPlastic
Number of Reeds20
Spare Reeds Available?Yes
TuningRichter
Valved?No
Musical StylesBlues, Rock, Pop, Folk
Available KeysLow F, G, F Sharp, D Flat

Excellent customer service! My recent purchase required a couple of alterations in details and they were very responsive about it. Despite the changes in the order, the item actually arrived earlier than expected!

Google ReviewKaiomurz MotawaraReviewed 01/11/2018

Always a great experience dealing with this firm; keen prices, fast delivery and well packaged.

Google ReviewRichard HonourReviewed 07/11/2023

Comprehensive range of harps, sent out promptly. My first point of call when looking for a new/different harp.

Google ReviewDave MoffatReviewed 06/11/2023

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