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Harmonicas and Stuff offers Hohner,Suzuki ,Seydel and Lee Oskar harmonicas. We provide a unique new shopping experience. We have a wide variety of harmonicas from which to choose from for the everyday harmonica aficionado to the casual harmonica player.
                         

                                            

Seydel Harmonicas are our top selling harmonicas! They are the finest German made available. We offer blues set's & diatonic steel,standard,1847 classic seydel.

Lee Oskar  harmonicas are considered among the best in the business, from the Major diatonic to the Natural Minor harmonica to the Harmonic Minor to the lee oskar Melody Maker.

Hohner Harmonicas Special 20  Golden Melody, Pro Harp, Baritone , Marine Band blues ,blues , Big River and the Marine Band Deluxe,blues harmonicas.

Suzuki Harmonicas has a complete diatonic line to choose from, suzuki  Promaster Valved harp Promaster, Bluesmaster , Folkmaster Harpmaster, Overdrive harmonicas.

   

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 Which Harmonica to Buy?

Harmonicas and Stuff  recommendations are our experience of selling harmonicas for over 13 years. We encourage you to check out other recommendations of other harmonica players as well, and ultimately make you own decision about the best harmonica for you. If you don’t already own a harmonica – or you’re ready to upgrade – this  will help you make an informed decis

If I’m a beginner, which harmonica do you recommend I buy?

1. A little more expensve harmonicas but  professional ones are the Hohner Crossover or the new Hohner Rocket harmonica both great harps!

2. Economical choice: Hohner Blues Benders  If you’re a beginner who would rather “test the waters” (i.e., make sure you’re serious about sticking with harmonica before you invest), the Hohner Blues Bender will get you off to a great start.

Why should beginners start with a harmonica in the key of C?

I recommend you start with a harmonica in the key of C for several reasons. Most importantly, a C harmonica will enable you to be in tune with the majority of beginning level harmonica lessons.

Why don’t you recommend a harmonica with the button on the side?

If you are a beginner or a non-musician, we don’t recommend a harmonica with a button on the side (chromatic) because it’s a much more challenging instrument. we recommend you get off to a great start with the standard 10-hole harmonica first and then you can progress to a chromatic harmonica if you choose. Suzuki chromatic or hohner chromatic & Seydel chromatic harmonicas