Hohner Piedmont Blues Harmonica Set

Feel the blues in seven keys -- G, A, Bb, C, D, E, or F -- with this set of Hohner diatonic harmonicas. You can really dig in by overblowing or bending.
Hohner's diatonic harmonicas set the industry standard through their high quality construction, excellent response and unsurpassed tone. Often called "Blues Harps", they have been a fixture as melody and accompaniment instruments in blues, rock, country, and folk bands, as well as many other styles of music and musical ensembles. Richter tuning and undivided air channels allow for bending and overblowing the reeds, creating the signature wailing sound typical of the harmonica.

Piedmont Blues or East Coast Blues was born in the American Southeast during the 1900s. Out of its diverse influences arose some of Americas most well known blues harmonica players.

The Piedmont Blues set presents the beginning harmonica player with an affordable way to sample playing in seven different keys (G, A, Bb, C, D, E, F). Each harmonica has a matte black finish with gold trim and the entire set comes in a zippered case. Packaging includes a cardboard sleeve with printed instructions and a key chart to get you started.
Dimensions and Weight in Packaging
7-Pack, with Case
Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
Shipping Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 2 in
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): HOH PBH7
If you have additional warranty questions, please contact the manufacturer at 800-446-6010
(13 ratings)
Submitted October 10, 2008 by a customer from yahoo.com
"Worth while investment for the beginner"
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Until I can play good enough to make it with while to buy a set of Hohner Blues Harps. as well as a Chromatic
The tone quality is very good. it is not as loud as my blues harp which my wife likes.
very nice case almost worth the $20 itself
Ease of Use
I am learning but the Harmonicas are very easy to use. They make all of the right sounds
The Materials are very cheap so we will see how they last they should last a long time if treated right. Sound is good but with the cheap materials will see how long the sound stays in them.
well worth Like I said early the cas is almost worth the $20
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Pratical addition to learn on
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Hobbyist Played Trumpet 8 years solid no down time
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