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Tombo Lee Oskar
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Tombo Lee Oskar

Harmonica de la marque Tombo

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jod35jod35

Tombo Lee OskarPublished on 09/21/03 at 02:58
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I bought 3: C, D, The
These are good harmonicas, very good seal. I did not have to do editing on the strips. Good quality / price ratio, too bad the price is increased (now it is better for special 20). Some find they sound a bit metallic, but having heard playing harmonica confirmed it: the musician who made the sound! and they are good HarmoS (bis)
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FillmoreFillmore

Tombo Lee OskarPublished on 04/04/04 at 12:56
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I have ben good beginners it and I still use them. I find them very practical or live sound is a little smaller than (home) studio (the one I prfre suzuki mcr350 for example).
Prices of Lee Oskar is well located trs (24 Thomann). His most: the boxes that fit together, the interchangeable plates (14 the games), its a done everything right this price.
Cons: The models grave a bit fragile (the blade sucks notemment 4), the sound lacks a little depth and power than the much more expensive MODELS.

All for one use may be more solo note note that rhythm (though ...). In any case, I can not change the MODEL ...
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FroggyFroggy

Tombo Lee OskarPublished on 04/13/04 at 02:45
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(Notice the bottom of a selction of 80 essays harmonicas in different contexts and Varis over a period of one year and a half)

The Lee Oskar are good instruments: reliable, robust, tench.
They are easy to work and customize rgal.
The elements are all available sparments and what does not hurt, Lee Oskar one of the best services clientle plant harmonica. They rpondent promptly and with kindness.

Tombo harmonicas are also much Verify during manufacture thereby achieving a constant quality bill regularly.

The only BMOL (in my opinion) can be imput tuning: A = 442 Hz, which I think is a little low, most of the instrument so much, these days, agreement s on 444Hz. This dtail...…
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(Notice the bottom of a selction of 80 essays harmonicas in different contexts and Varis over a period of one year and a half)

The Lee Oskar are good instruments: reliable, robust, tench.
They are easy to work and customize rgal.
The elements are all available sparments and what does not hurt, Lee Oskar one of the best services clientle plant harmonica. They rpondent promptly and with kindness.

Tombo harmonicas are also much Verify during manufacture thereby achieving a constant quality bill regularly.

The only BMOL (in my opinion) can be imput tuning: A = 442 Hz, which I think is a little low, most of the instrument so much, these days, agreement s on 444Hz. This dtail remains minimal as it is easy to correct.

The Lee Oskar hoods were closed, which allows for better balance-Severe Acute when playing amplified and tench are quite a game to allow powerful sound.

No, really, they are good products.
The report quality price trs good!
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Anonymous

Tombo Lee OskarPublished on 12/18/04 at 04:38
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I use them for more than four years, and yes they are good HarmoS! But I also found their sound a little metallic. With another brand, my sound is more "soft". That said, it is true that the player makes the sound. On the other hand, this feature can be a good addition to the interpretation of certain music (Celtic, rock or other). I think we are too "familiar" to his "country folk" music of our childhood westerns on television.
But the tuning to 442 H (to add shine) from many fans of Lee Oskar, may be the reason for this "Metalite" (barbarisme!).
This is the best in terms of harmonic money!
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  • Manufacturer: Tombo
  • Model: Lee Oskar
  • Category: Harmonicas
  • Added in our database on: 12/18/2003

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