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Clearly Colorful Translucent Harmonica

by HOHNER

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  • Best selling preschooler harmonica
  • Perfect for ages 3 years and older
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Edition: Single
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 1.5 x 1 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000XDSWRC
  • Item model number: CCH
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,311 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (174 customer reviews)
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Edition: Single

10-hole harmonica with injection molded bodies and brass reeds. Packaged in a protective clear vinyl sleeve. Ages 3+ years

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This harmonica sounds great!
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My son loves music so I cannot wait to add to his instrument collection!
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My 2 year old son loves this harmonica!
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111 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Mrs Betty Turner on July 7, 2011
Edition: Single
Unlike many of the other reviews, I DO know how to play a harmonica and I have some very expensive instruments to compare this to.

Of course it's not a Marine Band or a Lee Oskar for less than $4, it's not even Blues Band. It's as tight as a Piedmont Blues harp and sounds about the same though. The plastic body and comb just aren't going to have the same volume and tone as chrome covers on a wooden comb (Marine Band) but sometimes you don't want that sort of sound anyway and it's not $40.

BUT it's in tune with itself, it blows cleanly, and it works very-very well. The scale is accurate and the system matches the other Richter system harps. It's definitely capable of being a learning tool for anyone that wants to learn harmonica on a major budget and/or wants a harp that easily tolerates living in a shirt pocket through the great outdoors.

Anyone that plays harmonica should own one of these to use as an example of "you don't have to spend $100s in order to make music" and should probably have a bag full to hand to the little-ones that want to salivate on your good harps. Anyone wanting to learn harmonica but not wanting to sink but a few dollars in will be able to learn the basics on it. A serious beginner will outgrow it's capabilities very fast and will want a Marine Band, Special 20, Blues Harp level pretty soon but those tinkering around will be pretty happy with it. And, if it ends up living the rest of its life in a drawer, you're only out $4.

It is 1000% percent better than any unusable toy you'll find at the dollar/department store because it's a real harmonica capable of real music.

Hint: 4 blow is DO. The scale pattern in 4 blow, 4 draw, 5 blow, 5 draw, 6 blow, 6 draw, 7 draw, 7 blow.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By N.R.M. on January 10, 2008
Edition: Single Verified Purchase
I bought my son this harmonica at a toy store for a little more money, but it was worth every penny. He's only fourteen months but has already found his musical talent in this simple instrument. The plastic is sturdy and the sound is unmistakably Hohner. He's stepped on it, bitten it, and spit all over it and it seems to be holding up just fine (he's always supervised while playing his harmonica). I would recommend this toy, I mean, instrument to anyone who needs to buy a gift or wants to introduce their kids to music at any age. In fact, I'm buying more to give away.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By NoName on March 3, 2009
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Quality and sound are similar to other low-end Hohners. A little quieter than most and certainly less expensive. Purchased four. All reeds work well. Loved the colors. Plastic has no taste or smell. Smooth playing action. I wish I had 100 to give away as gifts to friends and family. Perfect first musical instrument or as a stocking stuffer.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JJ on October 14, 2010
Edition: Single Verified Purchase
I love this harmonica! I'm 16 and I bought a regular hohner one when I was 15. I kind of broke my first one and it costs like $25 so I bought this one because it's way cheaper. Even though it's for kids, I really think that it's good for any age. The holes are kind of smaller but they'd do good. :) I really love it. I didn't want to let my 4-year old brother to use my old one because you're not supposed to and it's too expensive. When he saw this new one, he totally freaked out. I'm going to buy another one for his 5th birthday! I hope we'll get a blue one this time (because it's my favorite color) so I can give this green one to him. hahaha (;
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Splatt on January 15, 2010
Edition: Single Verified Purchase
Don't let the colorful, toy-like appearance of this harmonica fool you. It comes with a label reminding you that "this is a musical instrument, not a toy", and such it is: a standard-size, 10-hole diatonic in the key of "C". It's made from mostly plastic, but is of sturdy construction, and relatively light in weight. The reeds and screws are brass. The reeds aren't absolutely pitch-perfect, but sound good. It comes with a rather thin and cheap transparent vinyl pouch for storage.

It was playing one of these instruments (as an adult) that got me excited about learning the harmonica. I've since bought one for each of my children, and they love them. All things considered, this is a good harmonica for the price. If you need an inexpensive harmonica to try out, carry around, or give to a child who's interested in the harmonica, one that you won't make you scream if it accidentally gets damaged, this is the one for you.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Bluz Suns on April 8, 2009
Edition: Single
I bought one of these a few years back in Austria for 4 Euros: expensive! As another reviewer said, it plays like a low end Hohner, a little leaky and a little quiet. I prefer the Hohner Special 20. But the plastic harp is lightweight, and I keep it in my bicycle bag. I have been invited to play along on a blues street jam, and I pulled that thing out an could play fairly well. The cover isn't quite smooth, and I don't like that, but it is a good harp in a pinch.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By catwoman on November 29, 2012
Edition: Single
This is by far the best harmonica for sale...however the price is ridiculous here, I am an Amazon Prime member and love it, however, you sometimes have to check around, target is selling the red ones for 1.00...the exact Hohner Harmonica.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dilip on January 3, 2013
Edition: Single Verified Purchase
Soft plastic and well designed toy harmonica for a child. No sharp edges or corners. Plays well for a toy.
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