Harmonicas & Stuff store sales Hohner ,Suzuki ,Seydel and Lee Oskar .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 enthusiast blues harp player.Lots of harmonicas for sale.
Seydel Harmonicas are our top selling harps! They are the finest German made harp available. We offer seydel blues,seydel set's & diatonic steel,standard,1847 classic & blues harp session.
Lee Oskar are considered among the best in the business, from the Major diatonic to the Natural Minor, to the Harmonic Minor to the Melody Maker blues harmonicas for sale.
Hohner Special 20 Golden Melody, Pro Harp, Baritone, Marine Band blues harmonica ,blues, Big River and the Marine Band Deluxe hohner for beginners at disount prices.
Suzuki has a complete diatonic line to choose from, Promaster Valved harp Promaster, Bluesmaster , Folkmaster Harpmaster,blues Overdrive harps.
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What Harp should I buy as a beginner?
Well this, of course, depends entirely on what you want to do. If you have a reasonable knowledge of music and you want to play Jazz or classical music, a Hohner chromatic harmonicas or Suzuki chromatic harmonicas is probably best. If you want to play blues or folk music or the likes, a Hohner diatonic harmonicas or Suzuki diatonic harmonicas is best.
For blues you would not want to have a tremolo or octave tuned harmonica, because you can't get the juicy bends you need for blues on these harmonicas.
We have a wide variety of diatonic harmonicas for beginners such as Hohner Special 20, Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Suzuki Bluesmaster Suzuki Promaster, Hohner Marine Band,Hohner Golden Melody Suzuki Harpmaster check out the website under each brand for the complete line of diatonic harps.
What Harp keys should I buy?
The diatonic harmonica come in at least 12 different keys some which are repeated an octave higher or lower. Some keys are more useful to have than others. A good starting harmonica set are the keys of C, G, A and D,. especially if you play along with a guitarists who favor open chords. For a beginner we recommend the key of C and later on add the key of A and keep adding until you have a complete harmonica set.It really doesn't mattter what harp brand or harmonica model you choose that is really up to you they are all good but some of our best selling harmonicas are the Seydel harps