Hohner Melodica Piano 32
Hohner Melodica Piano 32

Melodica Piano 32, Melodica from Hohner.

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Average Score:3.8( 3.8/5 based on 5 reviews )
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Value For Money : Correct
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yakoba's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Melodica Piano 32
Despite having a pretty sound, melodicas Hohners become false when the oxidation attacked the slats. After approximately 1 year. I removed several times to give. But six months after that become unplayable. For my third melodica I'll probably take a suzuki.
Flöten Lusthof10/19/2011

Flöten Lusthof's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Melodica Piano 32
# How long have you use it?
I use it for six years.

# Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Yes, a Hohner soprano and a low-end Liberty.

# What is so special that you love the most, least?
Compared to those that I used before (not long ago, I quickly invested in it), I like the full and fairly homogeneous (except extreme bass and treble, a little weaklings). After a good tune (because out of the factory was not top), it is fairly accurate, although changes in response to temperature and humidity - like all the wind instruments.
It works particularly well for block chords pêchus.
What I like least in this melodica is the size of the keys a little small for me (I have long fingers!), And keyboard not very flexible, which makes the glissando a bit steep.

# How would you rate the quality / price?
Quite reasonable: it's a real instrument, reliable once it has been well tuned.

# With experience, you do again this choice?
Without hesitation. It has served me well for many years, and if I should be less now, only because I found better, a Piano 36.

Barnabee's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Melodica Piano 32
Used for ten months.
The most: his melodica, between harp, horn and accordion (for those who love, see see Yann Tiersen, it was he who popularized as the "sound")
The least: the slightly toc finish plastic toy baby. Touch is blah.
I just tried a few tricks used, and a Hohner Soprano in the series (greens) that left me strangely more emotional memories (though they are less productive and less complete, but the feel was much best).
price / quality ratio right without
With experience, frankly no. I would try the product before buying it (but with the winds, it's not really easy at the same time). Please note the quality of production is very uncertain and disappointing, I had to change mine, yet new. it was almost unplayable, a touch on four vibrating badly (can not play piano, or make agreements as only blades that vibrate well set off). Changed it works. But frankly, the finish is poor, distrust, and much insite to test each key of the machine!
A remake, I would take maybe two little brothers to complement, green (soprano) and red (viola).

phenix!'s review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Melodica Piano 32
I have been reu peu.Livr with a spout, a hose, a mini console, all ranks a tui rigid.
Dj I had the opportunity to try it once was I liked and then I wanted to put me a new instrument.Et as I wanted an instrument that some sort the ordinary, and portable surcrot (I'm not annoying me), has dropped well.

While the sound is actually quite particular, between the accordion and harmonica to try to give an ide.
The sound is less than a typical large, accordion, harmonica but further that, even with everything from a sound sweeter than the latter, especially in the treble.
The sound of this mlodica is warm and well Dfine for all notes, with grave trs beautiful, full of characters, that stir my lvres and my palate, excellent!

It is the only I've ever mlodica essaymais I knew I bought the TOP in the contents (just the APRS Piano 36, a case of possde rsonance m tal, not plastic, which provides a clearer and more powerful).
Apart from Hohner, there are only copies of all Chinese Manir.

As for the report qualitprix, I would say that when you love it really does not matter.
But hey, 112 euros on average, even when it is quite expensive.
Thank God for Germany, I had 69 euros Thomann, a real deal that the price!

This is a notice hot, I complterai, I will use my m-one in particular, Case continued ...

Nephtali's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Hohner Melodica Piano 32
- I use the Hohner Melodica Piano 32 for 4 years. I play quite often (but not every day, either!).
- The characteristic I like most is the sound of course, completely inimitable, with its oriental. In addition, the melodica is supplied with two mouthpieces, a small black "ordinary", and a pipe (shaped sheath of wire (long and flexible, so)), which allows you to play the melodica distance c ' is to say as a synth or a piano (or organ), the instrument flat on a support, rather than as a conventional wind instrument. There is nothing I dislike about this instrument but I note that the keyboard may be a bit confusing for pianists because of his close buttons, and the holding of the melodica surprise devotees of wind instruments (used to play two hands with the left hand in the upper position, which is not the case here where we play only the right hand, the left used to support the instrument).
- I tried several models of the same brand, all below it (sopranos), and I chose this one because its range was larger, wider and its keys as there was that top model in the store. Also, I already had a melodica soprano in fair condition (a legacy) but I retyped, and I did not see the need to duplicate by purchasing the same model.
- The price / quality ratio was not involved in my choice: Hohner is a monopoly market melodica (no competition), so this criterion is absolutely irrelevant. For cons, the instrument is well worth its price.
- I am fully satisfied with the Piano 32, but if I were to buy a second melodica, I will opt for the Piano 36 in a spirit of challenge (I doubt there is a discrepancy between these two models so anyway ).