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Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case

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An assortment of harps at a super low price.

The Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case is a super value. Includes 7 harps with Hohner-quality brass reeds, aluminum plates, precision-molded combs, and a plush-lined nylon case. Keys: G, A, Bb, C, D, E, and F (lowest to highest).

Hohner includes a Bb harp for playing cross-harp in the key of F—a favorite key of harmonica greats like Little Walter.


Pick up a pack of harmonicas and be ready to jam in any key. Order today!

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HohnerPiedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case
 
3.4

(based on 176 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (59)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (43)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (22)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (35)

57%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to play (25)
  • Consistent (21)
  • Quality craftsmanship (14)
  • Warm tone (14)
  • Good audio (12)

Cons

  • Poor quality (26)
  • Flat sound (9)
  • Inconsistent (8)
  • Requires adjustment often (3)

Best Uses

  • Accompaniment (16)
  • Small venues (13)
  • Soundtracks (5)
  • Jazz clubs (3)
  • School bands (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Experienced (25), Novice (22), Professional musician (13)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good Bargin for what it is

As with all bargain instruments the buyer should take in to consideration the quality expected for the price paid and intended use. These harmonicas are for amateur, occasional use, if you buy them...Read complete review

As with all bargain instruments the buyer should take in to consideration the quality expected for the price paid and intended use. These harmonicas are for amateur, occasional use, if you buy them for other use or expect them to be comporable to Special 20's or other Hohner harps you will likely be dissapointed.

Contrary to some reviews I have read these are not toys. Yes, they are plastic and light duty but they are nice looking, in tune, all of the harps worked well out of the box and have a fair sound. The cons I have noticed so far are they have low volume, are not great for note bending and do not appear to be durable.

I already own a few quality harmonicas in common keys and bought these to add some light harmonica parts and accents to home recordings in "odd" keys, these are perfect in that role.
To me it makes a lot more sense to buy this set than to go out and spend this amount for a harmonica (in a key I don't commonly use) that will only be used for one small part or one recording. Now that I own the Piedmont set when I come across the odd intro or small harmonica part in a key for which I don't own a higher quality instrument I will have the harp needed handy.

Some reviewers say these are not for the beginner but I disagree. While rank beginners may not be able to use these for practicing and note bending (beginners should own a quality "C" harp for daily practice, I have a marine band that is great practice and normal play ) I think they are perfect for someone starting out to learn songs in different keys and to learn how to cross key and use the different harps.

Keep in mind that if you are serious about harmonica you will have to upgrade, these are not a long term instrument for the serious player and are not well suited for heavy use and live performance duty. The case is really nice so as you upgrade you will be able to slide the new harps right in. For the occasional harmonica player the case is nice to keep on a shelf and have a harmonica handy when needed.

Overall for the intended use and money spent I feel this is an excellent bargain.

VS

Most Liked Negative Review

 

SAVE YOUR MONEY. REALLY...

I am a starting-over harpist, but a full-time gigging musician and teacher. Back in that magical day when the sixties wee becoming the seventies I used a couple of Marine Band and Hohner Blues...Read complete review

I am a starting-over harpist, but a full-time gigging musician and teacher. Back in that magical day when the sixties wee becoming the seventies I used a couple of Marine Band and Hohner Blues harps as part of a so-lo (as in how low can you sink...) acoustic thing I used to do. I would hang them around my neck like Dylan and Neil Young, and honk out the hits.

A couple of months ago, I had a wild hair and thought about getting some harp chops together. I play in a blues-rock-country bar band, and I thought (imitates Bruce Willis in the first Die Hard), "Yeah, get a couple of keys, learn a couple of licks, it'll be a blast!" I got this Piedmont 7-harp set and started checking YouTube for instructional vids. I teach guitar and orchestra in a public school and have the summer (mostly) off, so...

Well, first the good stuff: Musician's Friend gave me a great deal! We agree not to discuss actual prices, but I did pay a hair under the everyday low price because of an accessories sale, and I of course got the fast, FREE SHIPPING that keeps me coming back to MF.

Unfortunately, these harps are, in my opinion, money poorly spent. You're supposed to grip the harp between the thumb and extended first finger with the holes facing your mouth. These harps have tops and bottoms made of a rubbery soft plastic that kind of creeps me out to touch. I feel like I'm going to crush this toy in my thumb and one finger, and the things smell and taste like plastic.

The worst part is the reeds. They take a second to respond, making a "fwah" on the beginning of each note. I should mention that I was a tuba major in college and am a private instructor on brass instruments, so please don't tell me I'm not putting enough air into the harp. Also, there's no "cut" to the tone, just this sort of anemic wheeze...

Seriously, if you want to explore any new musical instrument it is vitally important that you get a good playing, fairly responsive piece. No matter what the cost or where it comes from, you can't learn on an instrument that fights with you. For the about the same dough, you would be MUCH better off getting ONE nice harp (Marine Band, Special 20, Blues Harp, the Lee Oskars are quite nice) and then adding keys as your needs progress. Anyway, I do plan on keeping the case that these bad boys came in, it's not too bad...

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(9 of 11 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

SAVE YOUR MONEY. REALLY...

By E. T.

from Purcellville VA

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Pros

    Cons

    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Door Stops

    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

    I am a starting-over harpist, but a full-time gigging musician and teacher. Back in that magical day when the sixties wee becoming the seventies I used a couple of Marine Band and Hohner Blues harps as part of a so-lo (as in how low can you sink...) acoustic thing I used to do. I would hang them around my neck like Dylan and Neil Young, and honk out the hits.

    A couple of months ago, I had a wild hair and thought about getting some harp chops together. I play in a blues-rock-country bar band, and I thought (imitates Bruce Willis in the first Die Hard), "Yeah, get a couple of keys, learn a couple of licks, it'll be a blast!" I got this Piedmont 7-harp set and started checking YouTube for instructional vids. I teach guitar and orchestra in a public school and have the summer (mostly) off, so...

    Well, first the good stuff: Musician's Friend gave me a great deal! We agree not to discuss actual prices, but I did pay a hair under the everyday low price because of an accessories sale, and I of course got the fast, FREE SHIPPING that keeps me coming back to MF.

    Unfortunately, these harps are, in my opinion, money poorly spent. You're supposed to grip the harp between the thumb and extended first finger with the holes facing your mouth. These harps have tops and bottoms made of a rubbery soft plastic that kind of creeps me out to touch. I feel like I'm going to crush this toy in my thumb and one finger, and the things smell and taste like plastic.

    The worst part is the reeds. They take a second to respond, making a "fwah" on the beginning of each note. I should mention that I was a tuba major in college and am a private instructor on brass instruments, so please don't tell me I'm not putting enough air into the harp. Also, there's no "cut" to the tone, just this sort of anemic wheeze...

    Seriously, if you want to explore any new musical instrument it is vitally important that you get a good playing, fairly responsive piece. No matter what the cost or where it comes from, you can't learn on an instrument that fights with you. For the about the same dough, you would be MUCH better off getting ONE nice harp (Marine Band, Special 20, Blues Harp, the Lee Oskars are quite nice) and then adding keys as your needs progress. Anyway, I do plan on keeping the case that these bad boys came in, it's not too bad...

    (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Good Bargin for what it is

    By Ibanezae

    from Brandon, FL

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    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

    As with all bargain instruments the buyer should take in to consideration the quality expected for the price paid and intended use. These harmonicas are for amateur, occasional use, if you buy them for other use or expect them to be comporable to Special 20's or other Hohner harps you will likely be dissapointed.

    Contrary to some reviews I have read these are not toys. Yes, they are plastic and light duty but they are nice looking, in tune, all of the harps worked well out of the box and have a fair sound. The cons I have noticed so far are they have low volume, are not great for note bending and do not appear to be durable.

    I already own a few quality harmonicas in common keys and bought these to add some light harmonica parts and accents to home recordings in "odd" keys, these are perfect in that role.
    To me it makes a lot more sense to buy this set than to go out and spend this amount for a harmonica (in a key I don't commonly use) that will only be used for one small part or one recording. Now that I own the Piedmont set when I come across the odd intro or small harmonica part in a key for which I don't own a higher quality instrument I will have the harp needed handy.

    Some reviewers say these are not for the beginner but I disagree. While rank beginners may not be able to use these for practicing and note bending (beginners should own a quality "C" harp for daily practice, I have a marine band that is great practice and normal play ) I think they are perfect for someone starting out to learn songs in different keys and to learn how to cross key and use the different harps.

    Keep in mind that if you are serious about harmonica you will have to upgrade, these are not a long term instrument for the serious player and are not well suited for heavy use and live performance duty. The case is really nice so as you upgrade you will be able to slide the new harps right in. For the occasional harmonica player the case is nice to keep on a shelf and have a harmonica handy when needed.

    Overall for the intended use and money spent I feel this is an excellent bargain.

    (4 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    key indicator wares off

    By woody

    from The Woodlands Texas

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Key Paint Ware's Off
      • Mounth Surface Is Ruf
      • Poor Quality
      • Their Are Two Major Probl

      Best Uses

        Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

        Two major problems
        1. the paint that states the key wares off
        2. the surface that mounth mates with is rought.

        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Nice Case, Poor Harps

        By Ron-71South

        from Kansas City

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        Pros

        • Consistent

        Cons

        • Poor Quality

        Best Uses

          Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

          My band decided to play "Roadhouse Blues" so I grabbed this set so I could get the "A" harp I needed and have others in case we decide to do other "harpy" songs.

          I'm somewhat of a beginner player, and using a holder makes it more difficult. These harps are extremely hard to play. I've always told beginning guitarists to buy more expensive guitars because they are easier to play. I should have listened to my own advice.

          Even without the holder I find myself blowing til I'm blue in the face to get any kind of decent sound out of these.

          I guess I'll buy a nice "A" harp and keep these around for kids to play with. At least I've got a nice case.

          Lesson learned.

          (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Please don't buy these

          By Dreamlab Recording Studio

          from Port Richey, FL

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          Pros

          • Came In A Nice Case

          Cons

          • Flat Sound
          • Inconsistent
          • Leaves A Plastic Taste
          • Poor Quality
          • Requires Adjustment Often

          Best Uses

            Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

            These harmonicas have cheap plastic covers that smell and even taste like cheap plastic. The covers leak so badly that it is nearly impossible to get a clear note from the harp. I cannot over emphasize how bad these really are. Buy Big Rivers, or Special 20's, or Marine Band, or Golden Melody, but please don't buy these.

            (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            Worthless

            By Mr H

            from Tampa Fl

            About Me Experienced

            Pros

            • Nice Case

            Cons

            • Flat Sound
            • Hard To Play - Leaks Air
            • Inconsistent
            • Poor Quality

            Best Uses

              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              I cannot believe all the positive reviews. These things are horrible. You have to blow hard just to get a wimpy sound. The rough surface irritates your lips. It tastes and smells like a toxic chemical. All seven units had at least one defective reed. I would not give this to even a beginner; it would be very discouraging for them. Yes they are very cheap, but are useless. Save up for something that sounds good and is easy to play, like a Marine band or special 20. There is a world of difference, and it is not all that much money.
              The only positive is that the case is nice.

              (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Oh Look Out!!!!

              By BillyNevada

              from Forbestown,CA

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              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              I purchased the Piedmont 7-harp set even after reading the negative reviews.
              I thought 'How bad could they be?'
              Now I know.
              Bad....really, really bad. These are toys, folks.
              They are in fact made of plastic. Out of seven,
              only two of them were even close to pitch, all of them are hard to blow and they smell wierd.
              Seriously, they have an unpleasant odor that gets
              right into your mouth.
              This was somebody at Hohners idea of a prank.
              Good one.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Piedmont Blues 7-pack Harmonica

              By Allyn Goshy

              from New Mexico

              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              The only undesirable feature is the plastic sides. They don't fit tight and let some air escape.
              For the price I think that this is a very good buy. For a beginner it will perfom well. For a low cost Honer I found that they are easy to play. There are some songs that you will not be able to play because some notes are not included.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              A nice accompanyment to a better harp for beginner

              By Anonymous

              from Undisclosed

              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              I'm a multi-instrumentalist (guitar, bass, mandolin, brass horns, piano) and blues player who decided to add harmonica to the mix. I'm probably not that different than a lot of people who pick up harp as a 2nd or 3rd instrument. Because of my experience playing horns, I know tone and I found harmonica easy to pick up (kinda how guitar players pick up mandolin and banjo quicker than a complete beginner)...and this is my experience with the Piedmont Blues Harps.I decided to buy a Lee Oskar harp in C and this 7 pack (which was less than the single Oskar). I'm glad I did. The more expensive harp was much easier to learn to bend on, overall the tone is richer, louder, etc, and thus, better for learning.However, how many harps do you need to LEARN? I got the Lee Oskar in C but now I have this entire set for other keys, which is dramatically expanding my ability to jam with others without a huge cost. Plus, the more I learned on the Lee Oskar, I was able to transfer those skills to these harps and thus these harps sound better.So here's a plan for these Piedmont's you should try, and this is what I'm gonna do. When you find you are using, say the G harmonica in the Piedmont set a lot, go buy you a higher quality harp for around 20-25 bucks in that key, and so on, till you wear out the Piedmonts or completely replace them with higher quality harps. THEN, buy this set again for back up, or friends to jam along with you with. In conclusions, a pro could probably make these harps sing like something much more expensive, a beginner will have an easier time with a higher quality harp. However, beginners...pick this set up in addition to whatever more expensive harp you buy. It's TOTALLY worth the money.After I wear out these Piedmonts, I WILL buy them again. It's a good product to accompany you as you learn.

              (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

               
              3.0

              only good enough to mess around with

              By sman-eNpbJ

              from baltimore, md

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              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              This is only good to mess around with at home when trying out playing harmonica with songs in different keys. That's it. I would never use this in a live gig, or recording session, maybe good to jam with other musicians. The harmonicas are made of plastic and have a cheap feel. Your mouth taste like plastic after playing them. The construction is also very airy, not tight at all, so the volume you get out of these is not going to be very loud, and because of the airiness, it's hard to do dramatic bends. But key, for the price this is dirt cheap for a set of harmonicas in different keys. However, if you're an absolute beginner, I would spend money on 1 good harmonica, and make sure you practice your haromonica techniques using 1 good harmonica. Once you're pretty solid in your harmonica playing, you can get this kit as a cheap way to mess around in different keys.

              (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Get The Blues

              By silvercoinal

              from Boca Raton,FL

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              Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

              Hohner has always provided good quality, but in this particular case the tone of these harmonica's are not up to par sound wise. For the price and getting a decent case with the 7 pack it makes it a good Deal for beginners!
              You get what you pay for!
              The best features on this Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack is the case! Price is decent for the pack as well.
              You just cannot really get the quality that you would expect for the price that you are paying for a pack of 7 harmonicas! But you do get a nice case which makes the purchase reasonable and of course it's by Hohner.

              (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

               
              1.0

              Fisher Price quality

              By Dave

              from Boise, Idaho

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              Pros

                Cons

                • Flat Sound
                • Inconsistent
                • Poor Quality

                Best Uses

                  Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                  Beware: these are toys -- not real harmonicas. They say Hohner, but they are a lot more like Fisher Price harmonicas for babies.

                  (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  Hear me now....you'll thank me later.........

                  By Honest Abe

                  from Green Bay WI

                  About Me Experienced

                  Pros

                  • Case Is Pretty Good
                  • Use As A Paperweight

                  Cons

                  • Flat Sound
                  • Inconsistent
                  • Poor Quality
                  • Requires Adjustment Often
                  • Useless

                  Best Uses

                  • Use Case For Other Harps

                  Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                  ....you will notice that there are many reviews that say these harmonicas are just about useless. Believe me when I tell you.....IT'S TRUE!!............they're good for about 10 songs each....then ka-put.....they start going flat or no sound at all.....there's a reason why they're so cheap....these harps are the epitome of "you get what you pay for".....save your money for a set of good ones.....

                  (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  1.0

                  Very bad Waste of money

                  By Lazi_mantis

                  from Antioch CA

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                  Pros

                  • None

                  Cons

                  • Poor Quality
                  • They Were Garbage

                  Best Uses

                  • None

                  Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                  I realize that being at such a low price I should have expected it; but they were such a low quality I wouldn't even give them to a child.

                  (2 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  4.0

                  Good Price for a Spare Set

                  By SutureSelf

                  from Western MA

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                  Pros

                  • Can't Beat The Price
                  • Carrying Case Is Perfect
                  • Decent Sound

                  Cons

                  • Faint Chemical Smell
                  • Plastic Not Metal

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                    I have specific harps for gigging, all high end (Marine Band, Hohner Special, Lee Oskar, etc), but each one cost about the same as you might pay for this whole set, never mind the case. This is a great spare set to stash in your gig bag in case you forget or lose a harp, or if you're jamming at an open mic nite and need options for different keys. Like all cheap harps (even metal ones), these do not bend notes as well or as easily, and while the tone is OK, I'd opt for a more expensive harp for recording. There is a noticeable chemical/plastic smell when you first open up the package, and I'm hoping this goes away completely after a few days. So, you get what you pay for - but if you want to fill out your collection with keys you don't have, or have a spare set, you can't beat the price!

                    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Can't Be Beat for the Price!

                    By BadRhythm

                    from Gainesville, FL

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                    Pros

                    • Consistent
                    • Quality Craftsmanship

                    Cons

                    • Don't Bend Easily

                    Best Uses

                    • Casual Playing

                    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                    I am not a professional/working/gigging musician, nor is harmonica my main instrument.

                    If I was a professional/working/gigging harmonica player, I'm sure I'd invest a lot more money in high quality harps -- probably Hohner Special 20s.

                    For learning, for playing casually around the house or on family music nights, etc., these things just can't be beat.

                    In terms of perceived production quality, I was pleasantly surprised. The harps match the keys as labeled, they have a reasonably solid feel, etc. Concert quality harps? No. But reasonably well made.

                    The only down side I've noticed is that, as a novice player just really now learning to bend notes, they don't bend as easily as a couple of slightly higher-quality harps I have.

                    Price for value here is insanely great. The cost of seven harps (A, B-Flat, C, D, E, F and G) in a case isn't much more than you'd expect to pay for the case alone (I paid less than I'll be paying for one of those "hang it around your neck" units so I can accompany myself on guitar!), and it gets you covered in all standard keys.

                    What's not to like here? If you're a gigging musician, spend more money and get the best gear, of course. But if you're just starting to learn or your playing is casual rather than professional, I don't see how you can go wrong with the Piedmont Blues set.

                    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    A Lot For The Money!

                    By BandMan52

                    from South Jersey

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                    Pros

                    • 7 Keys
                    • Consistent Construction
                    • Neat Case
                    • Nice Look
                    • Very Inexpensive

                    Cons

                    • For Beginners Or Practice

                    Best Uses

                    • Learning To Play More

                    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                    Been playing on a toy in key of C and a Blues Harp in E just to learn the basics. I play lots of instruments and know my theory. Having 7 different keys means I can try to play along with lots of music, which inspires me to imitate the greats. They are all in tune, a couple of stuffy notes, don't know how they will do with learning to bend more. I'll start that on the lower keys. A great way to really expand what I'm learning to do on Harmonica before I start to spend a bunch on individual higher quality ones. They have a really clean look in a compact, neat case, too. A lot to get for the price!

                    (2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    2.0

                    rough, plastic faceplates

                    By latetotheblues

                    from TX

                    About Me Novice

                    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                    The face plates are made of plastic and their surfaces are rough. Apart from being uncomfortable against your lips, I suppose this could generate unwanted "handling noise" in a recording situation. They tend to leave a burnt plastic flavor in your mouth (but it doesn't linger very long). I regret my purchase and should have spent the money toward a serious instrument. Somewhere in the small print on the cardboard wrapper, there's a statement that these are not a toy for children, but I disagree.

                    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    2.0

                    Very disappointed

                    By John Fugere

                    from Benton, AR

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                    Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                    3
                    I thought this mignt be a good deal on a travel set o harmonicas to keep in my truck. However, I was very disappointed. They're cheap, plastic, harmonicas suitablefor a 6 year old kid, but not an adult. They're made of plastic, they taste and smell like the chemicals used to make plastic, and wonder if it's harmful to even play these harps.

                    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    I would purchase again.

                    By Bo

                    from Lake Providence, LA

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                    Pros

                    • Consistent
                    • Easy To Play
                    • Quality Craftsmanship

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Accompaniment

                      Comments about Hohner Piedmont Blues 7-Harmonica Pack with Case:

                      learning to play

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