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SEYDEL Soundcheck Vol.1 Blues Beginner Pack with SESSION STEEL
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This workshop delivers the core knowledge of experienced harmonica players in a condensed format, presented in an educational and fresh style. All ne...Read More
This workshop delivers the core knowledge of experienced harmonica players in a condensed format, presented in an educational and fresh style. All necessary topics are covered. Play music without reading the notes. Learn also on the computer - the workshop is additionally provided through easy-to-use multimedia-software on CD.
- 1 x SESSION STEEL Harmonica in C & introductory booklet & Audio-CD & Multimedia-Program for Mac/Windows/Linux
- Comes with high-class SESSION STEEL Blues harmonica with SEYDEL's unique stainless steel reeds - lives about 5 times longer than comparable brass-reeded models
- From the first note to your own solo
- Music reading not required
- Many sound examples on CD
- Multimedia software and mp3s
- Backing tracks to play along with
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Comments about SEYDEL Soundcheck Vol.1 Blues Beginner Pack with SESSION STEEL:
This package is a Seydel Session Steel harmonica in C, plus a lessons CD and pamphelt. I'll look at each of them separately.
I had great expectations when I bought this harmonica based on Seydel's reputation. I went through some disappointment when I first got it, but now I really like it. The disappointment was that I kept nicking lips on the corners of the covers. I don't know what was going on, but after a week or so of only light playing it eventually went away and hasn't bothered me since. I now find it comfortable to play. The harmonica is responsive, has a good sound, and is airtight. I could do without the orange comb, but whatever. The stainless steel reeds are supposed to be very durable, but I'll have to wait and see. You pay extra for that durability, but if it lasts twice as long as a Special 20 you will come out ahead.
The lessons aren't bad, but not significantly better than what you can find on the web for free.