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Lee Oskar Natural Minor

Harmonica from Lee Oskar .

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" Harmonica of JAZZ: My funny harmonica!"

Lee Oskar Natural MinorPublished on 03/20/13 at 08:38
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I use it for two years, only that I play Jazz, chet baker, a miles davis, the blues is not punchy enough. Good for classical, Nashville, bluegrass, Irish music, French music-note, folk Dylanien, Neil Youngien etc ...

It is a gift, good sound is clean, well designed notes perfect for creating melodies clear, clean, silky. Manufacturing metal and plastic that holds the shock, less risk of bursting materials with temperature changes as the marine band with wooden pear in HOHNER. This is a good point.

For fans of the BLUES BROTHERS is the harmonica harmonica BLUES, but I find it good there's so many other blues styles designed for this model. It is also the harmonica fans of Jean......
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I use it for two years, only that I play Jazz, chet baker, a miles davis, the blues is not punchy enough. Good for classical, Nashville, bluegrass, Irish music, French music-note, folk Dylanien, Neil Youngien etc ...

It is a gift, good sound is clean, well designed notes perfect for creating melodies clear, clean, silky. Manufacturing metal and plastic that holds the shock, less risk of bursting materials with temperature changes as the marine band with wooden pear in HOHNER. This is a good point.

For fans of the BLUES BROTHERS is the harmonica harmonica BLUES, but I find it good there's so many other blues styles designed for this model. It is also the harmonica fans of Jean Jaques Milteau own blues, melodic, very little cross harp in the style of play
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  • Manufacturer: Lee Oskar
  • Model: Natural Minor
  • Category: Harmonicas
  • Added in our database on: 07/24/2011

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