- H95433 000000000 H95433000000000
SEYDEL Set of 12 -Blues 1847 Harmonicas NOBLE and Hardcover Case
- Write a Review
Set of 12 of Seydel's flagship harmonica, the 1847. Ships with the following keys: LC, LD, LF, LF#, G, A, Bb, C, D, Eb, E, F. This order also comes w...Click To Read More About This Product
6-Month* financing available.
An even dozen.
Set of 12 of Seydel's flagship harmonica, the 1847. Ships with the following keys: LC, LD, LF, LF#, G, A, Bb, C, D, Eb, E, F. This order also comes with a hardshell case with slots for 20 harmonicas.
The Seydel 1847 Blues harmonica is the first serial-produced Richter-diatonic harmonica with stainless steel reeds. Available in most keys and in either CLASSIC (wood comb) or SILVER.
It is a full and loud harp that is rich in overtones and has an extremely fast tone response due to the stainless steel reeds. They feature very long durability, even with heavy duty playing, again thanks to its stainless steel reeds and stainless steel rivets. You will experience less air-loss due to fine-cut reedplates, optimized flatness and extremely small tolerances between the reeds and the reedplates.
It is beard- and lip-friendly thanks to its rounded coverplates and ergonomic hole openings and rounded dividers. The covers are made of extra strong stainless steel sheets (0.4mm) that are opened wide at the back and crimped, improving their stability. The 1847 is moisture-proof, and feature a swelling-free maple-comb that is sealed with multiple layers of food-grade finish.
The 1847 is the result of Seydel's 160-year of experience in manufacturing high-quality harmonicas.
- Rich, loud sound
- Professional quality, durable construction
- Rounded coverplates for extra comfort
- Fast response
Order today and be prepared for anything the bandleader might call.
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
- Excellent Craftsmanship
- Great Intonation
- Great Sound
- Highly Responsive
- Jam Sessions
Comments about SEYDEL Set of 12 -Blues 1847 Harmonicas NOBLE and Hardcover Case:
I was so impressed with my first Seydel Blues 1847 Noble that I gave it a superlative review - and went on to purchase a dozen more. Which, upon playing for more than a month, may have been asking for too much of a good thing. Though I give overall high marks to the stock questions, the sound and intonation now strike me as a bit "metallic" tho that sharpness does seem to go with their outstanding quickness and responsiveness. As for the overall quality - which I initially described as Mercedes like - the beautiful brushed aluminum cover plates are difficult to micro-seat - and after playing plastic comb Special 20's I'm fanatic about keeping the comb as smooth as possible. The real caveat concerns the low harps - especially F and F# - and their 2-3 hole draws - which are next to impossible to tongue block single note draw - though the deep chords are fine. Per Charlie Musselwhite, I remain a Seydel believer, but maybe I should have tried Blues Silvers and Session Steels before going all out for more than a grand on a dozen Nobles - we'll see.