Submitted October 7, 2014 by Charlie Fiftywatts in Worcester, MA
"Harmonicas are nice quality, belt is fine, but case is disappointing."
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1. The harmonicas themselves are nice quality. They're well made, by hand, in Germany. I feel good about that.
2. The belt is good!. (Though it only fits up to a 43" waist, be advised.)
3 THE CASE, THOUGH... oh brother! Its feet are loose and cannot be repaired they are so cheaply riveted. The latches are equally dismal and ill fitting. And the hinges. (Plus there isn't enough room in it for your odds and ends -your neck holder, belt, cloth, papers, mic & cable, etc), which is exactly what you want a case to do if you're a harp player. But this holds only your harmonicas and it does it by inspiring you to feel bad. Well, here's the thing about that: I looked around to try and buy a decent replacement case, as I find the harps themselves are nice and I'm keeping them. -They ARE overpriced, but everyone who sells harmonicas is charging that much, so I accept it (disgustedly) , But you do get a real good harmonica. So I went looking for a case, and found the following: It's really hard to find one at all! And if you do find a decent case, expect to pay up to two hundred dollars, because everything I saw selling for $100 or lower is just as junky as this case. With that in mind, and from reading those reviews, I CAN at least say these positives about the case you'll get here --> The case itself is capable of protecting your harps from crush damage. Yes, the hardware (hinges, latches & feet) is all total crap, but the case itself does have some…
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