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  • choco-popschoco-pops

    Clearly low-end

    Hohner Blues BandPublished on 09/04/14 at 03:57
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have not really bought this harmonica. It was available with a CD of backing tracks for learning. I owned before this one already Milteau, a blues harp and a pro harp.
    What (bad) surprise when I tried it! Its very cold, little (or not) Waterproof and alterations more than mediocre ...
    It's easy to get off this wickedly har ... clearly intended for beginners to learn the most rudimentary basics (grip and works note by note), why not. But it stops there. Alterations to go your way!
    However, the value for money is poor despite its low cost.
    I recommend it.
  • TheColorfulTheColorful

    Good for beginners

    Hohner Blues BandPublished on 10/23/13 at 03:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used the last few weeks for fun. It is perfect for beginners, due to its price, it has a very nice finish. But as its name suggests, this is perfect for blues. For the other style, go your way ...

    I have not tried any other model before acquiring it, since it was a gift.

    What I like the most is finishing the harmonica, very clean for such a low price!
    What I like least is the finish of the harmonica (amazing right?). For the simple reason that I am very manic all possible traces: fingerprints on the screen ... And finish of this harmonica makes it retains all the traces. Otherwise RAS.

    Excellent quality / price

    I certainly referrer this choice if only I had the utility, othe…
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    I used the last few weeks for fun. It is perfect for beginners, due to its price, it has a very nice finish. But as its name suggests, this is perfect for blues. For the other style, go your way ...

    I have not tried any other model before acquiring it, since it was a gift.

    What I like the most is finishing the harmonica, very clean for such a low price!
    What I like least is the finish of the harmonica (amazing right?). For the simple reason that I am very manic all possible traces: fingerprints on the screen ... And finish of this harmonica makes it retains all the traces. Otherwise RAS.

    Excellent quality / price

    I certainly referrer this choice if only I had the utility, other than entertainment
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  • Koko_le_koala_fouKoko_le_koala_fou

    Hohner Blues BandPublished on 12/03/06 at 13:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A harmonica a bit ropey ...
    First, it draws a little in the bass and treble, even after having been run. It's quite unpleasant to have to blow like crazy to get a note. In addition, the sound is not great.
    Then, the blades have always booed at bends from the hole 6.
    Finally, it is still quite fragile, requiring plastic ...

    This can be a good instrument for a beginner (it was he who accompanied me throughout my training), and he excels in his field: the pieces all animals, an octave, without alterations. on the other hand, no need to try to go further ...

    I suggest you buy a harmonica for a better quality if you want to really learn and progress in this area because, despite its …
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    A harmonica a bit ropey ...
    First, it draws a little in the bass and treble, even after having been run. It's quite unpleasant to have to blow like crazy to get a note. In addition, the sound is not great.
    Then, the blades have always booed at bends from the hole 6.
    Finally, it is still quite fragile, requiring plastic ...

    This can be a good instrument for a beginner (it was he who accompanied me throughout my training), and he excels in his field: the pieces all animals, an octave, without alterations. on the other hand, no need to try to go further ...

    I suggest you buy a harmonica for a better quality if you want to really learn and progress in this area because, despite its low cost, the harmonica is not worth the shot ...
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