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Other Harmonica (HA-20-C)
|Product Dimensions||3.94 x 1.57 x 0.79 inches; 4.8 Ounces|
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- Key of C
- Ever wanted a Hammond organ that will fit in your pocket? Look no further
- Carries the colored Hammond logo, which looks great against its black shell
- Immediately, you will be addicted to its beautiful sound
- The ha-20 features Phosphor bronze reeds and Includes a hard shell carrying case
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Ever wanted a Hammond organ that will fit in your pocket? Look no further. The ha-20 harmonica carries the colored Hammond logo, which looks great against its black shell. Immediately you will be addicted to its beautiful sound. The ha-20 features Phosphor bronze reeds and includes a hard shell carrying case.
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By Les B. on September 16, 2018
However, the reed plates are exposed and a little harsh on my lips. Further, it has a "hard draw" - it takes more air to play, like it's kind of stiff - not easy drawing. Lastly, while it has nice bends, it is impossible to get the overblow notes - at least on the one harp I bought. If you don't play any overblows, it won't matter, but I like to get those extra notes, so it matters to me. I'm carrying it around to see if it loosens up with more playing - several weeks now - but so far no luck. I'll keep at it. (If any Suzuki engineers read this - I'd like their input!)
I'm comparing it to my collection of Lee Oskars, which are smoother on my lips, have easy air, and do very clean bends and overblows. I also have a couple of Hwang Silvertones, which also play really easily, but have the exposed reed plates so they're not quite as comfortable.
But if you're playing is more traditional "straight" harp, or "cross", you'll probably be really happy with this instrument.
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First of all, it IS well made, feels good in the hand and is very smooth to play...unfortunately the sound just doesnt cut it with me.
Diatonics I usually associate with blues playing but the sound isnt really suited for blues...and its very quiet compared to say a Lee Oskar or Marine band...through the PA I played a number on a marine band then one on this and the difference in volume was really noticeable...may be ok for recording, but for live blues it doesnt really work...
I was really hoping to like this series, but I find it rather bland...dull in fact.