A harmonica can sound good in all situations. That’s why so many artists from rock, pop, and folk use it in their music. You can create beautiful sonic landscapes just with your breath and a little training, accompanying singing voices or playing solo. The Hohner Silver Star, with the typical harmonica sound and classic design is perfect to conv...
The Hohner Marine Band 1896 is the archetypal blues harmonica. Almost unchanged since it was patented in 1896, this iconic instrument embodies the real deep blues like no other and is the benchmark against which all others are judged.
Initially designed for European folk music, it quickly became a prominent voice of American blues of the early 2...
The name evokes the typical blues sound. It is a metaphor for whiskey bars, juke joints, and good times; synonymous with wide plains, open fields, and pilgrimage: The Hohner Blues Harp.
For over 50 years, the harmonica has shaped the sound of blues, rock, and sometimes even folk. The Blues Harp is designed for this specific blues sound, but than...
A unique, beautifully mellow sound, based on a revolutionary concept: the Hohner Special 20 was the first diatonic harmonica in the world with reed plates recessed into the comb, creating a projecting plastic mouthpiece. This makes it more comfortable to play, and the most copied harmonica design worldwide. Its distinctive sound is perfect for e...
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