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Lee Oskar Harmonica, Key of G, Major Diatonic
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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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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.
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.
Good mouth feel and sized right for individual note selection.
I'm enjoying mine ...
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.Read more ›
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Very sweet sounding harp. Good solid workmanship.
Forget the cheap ones- waste of money.
I will buy more of these.
I have always used Hohners but the reeds seem to break often because I bend a lot. I decided to try something new so I got this Lee Oskar. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr. Nguyen Van Phuoc
This harmonica passed my expectations. Very well made. Good sound. Easy to draw. Well worth the money.Published 3 months ago by Michael A Maffett
one of the best Harmonicas. the reeds do not go bad like some of the other makes.
Reeds are easy to bend when playing.
Ordered a couple different keys of Lee Oskar harmonicas. Like the ease in playing the notes. Will continue buying Lee Oskars.Published 4 months ago by JN