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Hohner 2309/32 Echo Harmonica
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Double row of holes on the Hohner 2309/32 Echo tremolo harmonica creates a distinctive vibrato effect that's great for ballads, gospel, and folk musi...Read More
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Double-reed vibrato effect!
Double row of holes on the Hohner 2309/32 Echo tremolo harmonica creates a distinctive vibrato effect that's great for ballads, gospel, and folk music. This single-sided model is sleek and contemporary with chromeplated covers and a wood body. Key of C or G.
- Double-reed vibrato effect
- Sleek design
- Great for ballads, gospel, and folk
Order the Hohner 2309/32 Echo harmonica today for a very rich and unique-sounding instrument.
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- Easy To Play
- Quality Craftsmanship
- Rich Sound
- Warm Tone
- None That I Can Think Of
- Takes Time To Learn
Comments about Hohner 2309/32 Echo Harmonica:
I have owned this harmonica for over 35 years. My wife and I bought two of them as xmas gifts. We paid, at a local music store what I imagine the price was close to MSRP. My how times change. I only mention the price, for that reason. It would well be worth the current price.
Now, even though I have had this ECHO harp for that many years, I am far from being a pro. I play for myself and small informal gatherings, but my weapon of choice is usually guitar. I only recently began to play with the harmonica again, and purchased a moderately priced set of Hohners. They are nice little harps, also, but this ECHO harp has a special place in my heart. When I dug them out of my closet, they needed a little cleaning up, but they still play as good as new. I don't think you can go wrong with Hohner and I don't think you'd be sorry if you bought one of these, either. I know some purists resist the echo type harps, but, for me, it is a joy to play. But, like I said, I'm not a pro.