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Lee Oskar Harmonica, Key of G, Major Diatonic

4.5 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews
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  • The Blues/Rock Harmonica
  • Plastic Comb with large holes for easier playing
  • Air Tight Design, Responsive Reeds, Louder Sound
  • Replaceable Reed Plates at Half the Cost
  • Orange Label, Major Diatonic 1910-G
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The Major Diatonic harmonica is the most commonly used tuning for playing Blues, Rock, Country Folk & Jazz. Major Diatonic harps are produced by several manufacturers using various names such as Blues Harp, Marine Band, Golden Melody, Big River, Special 20, Pro Harp, Folk Master, Star Performer, etc. Although the cover plates are stamped with a variety of different names for marketing purposes, all of these harmonicas have the exact same notation layout as the Lee Oskar Major Diatonic. The most important difference is in the quality of materials, construction, design and sound. Lee Oskars are the best harmonicas in the world, and that's not just our opinion. All over the world, professional players prefer Lee Oskar Harps over any other brand.

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The Major Diatonic harmonica is the most commonly used tuning for playing Blues, Rock, Country Folk & Jazz. Major Diatonic harps are produced by several manufacturers using various names such as Blues Harp, Marine Band, Golden Melody, Big River, Special 20, Pro Harp, Folk Master, Star Performer, etc. Although the cover plates are stamped with a variety of different names for marketing purposes, all of these harmonicas have the exact same notation layout as the Lee Oskar Major Diatonic. The most important difference is in the quality of materials, construction, design and sound. Lee Oskars are the best harmonicas in the world, and that's not just our opinion. All over the world, professional players prefer Lee Oskar Harps over any other brand.

Product Information

Item Weight 0.3 ounces
Product Dimensions 6 x 3 x 1 inches
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B000Q847M8
Item model number Lee Oskar 1910-G Harmonica
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4.5 out of 5 stars 73 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,878 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
Date first available at Amazon.com April 13, 2004

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I ordered the Major Diatonic key of C to replace my husband's broken Marine Band that he had for years. He liked his Oskar so much I ordered myself one in the key of G so that we could harmonize together. I am thinking about ordering this harmonica in other keys. I would recommend to anyone wanting to play for fun.
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I wrote a negative review about this vendor and this Harmonica. I was wrong. There was nothing wrong with my harmonica. I had learned bad technique. Now that I have unlearned my bad habits, this is a great playing and sounding Harmonica. I will buy from this Vendor again. I can't figure out how to remove my 1 star review so I'm trying to fix my unfair review. I was wrong.
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The Hohner Pro harp has a very similar sound to the Lee Oskar but the painted black
paint made it slower and not as smooth on the lips as well as before long flaking.
The Seydel Session had the best feel in the hands with its thicker yet tampered ends lower profile, but pretty mellow and not as reedy or defined in sound. This would be my preferred harp when amplified, as one could adjust the tone at the amp controls.
All good harps at comparably good prices.
PS If your a beginner it's probably best to buy a G major harp which is mid in range and neither to high or low or as a second choice a C major.
Happy Harping...

Brad
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Any seasoned harp player knows that Lee Oskar makes a very good harmonica.
The reeds, if need to be, are easy to replace. Hohner diatonic harps are not of better quality, and see what happens when a Hohner goes bad. You have mail it in $ shipping $ repair. I've been through it all.
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There may be better harmonicas available for more money, but as a general purpose harp these things do great for me. THey have good low volume sound, yet can be LOUD if you want them to be. I like the smooth plastic comb, which is easy on my lips, and I like the ocnvenient lock-together cases. These harps sound good for playing in first position or in cross-harp (blues).
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Lee knows how to make a pretty good little instrument. I played back in the day and have recently picked up this harp to accompany myself as I sing and strum.

Good mouth feel and sized right for individual note selection.

I'm enjoying mine ...
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I played around with harmonicas a bit when I was a kid. I think a lot of folks did. My dad bought my youngest son a cheep harmonica for his birthday last year and I was fiddling around with it to show him what I could remember (which wasn't much) so I decided to look at some videos online and got a bit hooked. Since then I've bought my own Hohner Special 20 C, Hohner, Marine Band F and D, and this Lee Oskar Major Diatonic G.

I started with the Special 20 C and practiced quite a bit. I found I could bend pretty easily, never had trouble with the 2 hole like a lot of folks indicated they did to start, and got pretty good at single notes right away. I learned a few songs and needed to get more keys so I did my research and decided to go with the stand by, the Marine Band. Now, to start with I didn't care for the Marine Band. The first one, key of D, felt so rough against my lips compared to the Special 20 I had started with that I sanded down the reed plates to make them less of a hard corner and more rounded and smooth. That helped but the comb was rough and I didn't really notice a big improvement in the sound so after the first few days I decided there was nothing impressive about the Marine Band and folks that like them so much must just like the fact that a lot of the great blues players past used them because there wasn't a more modern choice.

After forcing myself to practice with the Marine Band for 15 minutes a day I began to notice a few things.
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After years of trying other big name and unknown brands, I play Lee Oskar harps exclusively. Using the maintenance tools and techniques from Lee Oskar, I kept my last G going until the reeds were just too worn out. So, I bought another.
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