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Hering Vintage Blues 40 Style 1923
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Hering Vintage Blues 40 Style 1923

Harmonica from Hering .

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Hering Vintage Blues 40 Style 1923Published on 04/29/07 at 12:00
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I use it for one month, and I play the harmonica since so much time beginner.
That said I musiscien for a while.
So it's a harmonica with wooden body, the sound is so warm and very pleasant.
As for value for money is pretty decent Lorqui you buy 18 euros thomann.de.
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Hering Vintage Blues 40 Style 1923Published on 02/25/09 at 09:37
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Hello to all
I just bought the harp vintage 1923, and has nothing to say the design is perfect, its just magical I advise all times to take it in D, only downside, I have no idea if it is fragile or resistant only time will tell
Before this one I tried on several models beginning with less than three euros, but my results were not terrible. I do not see how much learning can have with the poor quality.
I also tried a chromatic in honing but it is not really suitable for a beginner
ultimately the best and surely a basic model of quality (especially since the price is not so high) that can be used for beginners that golfers
Vintage harp and 1923 is exactly what type of harmonica......
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Hello to all
I just bought the harp vintage 1923, and has nothing to say the design is perfect, its just magical I advise all times to take it in D, only downside, I have no idea if it is fragile or resistant only time will tell
Before this one I tried on several models beginning with less than three euros, but my results were not terrible. I do not see how much learning can have with the poor quality.
I also tried a chromatic in honing but it is not really suitable for a beginner
ultimately the best and surely a basic model of quality (especially since the price is not so high) that can be used for beginners that golfers
Vintage harp and 1923 is exactly what type of harmonica

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  • Manufacturer: Hering
  • Model: Vintage Blues 40 Style 1923
  • Category: Harmonicas
  • Added in our database on: 08/01/2005

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