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Crafted in Japan to the highest standards of precision and air-tightness.
The F-64C Fabulous Chromatic Harmonica from Suzuki represents the ultimate state of the art in harmonica design, while keeping the best aspects of tradition. The appearance and sound of the instrument is stunning, with use of the highest quality materials throughout.
In a quest for the pure beauty of timbre, Suzuki redesigned and tested every part through an exhaustive prototype process. The precision tolerances achieved in the Fabulous harmonicas are unmatched by any other production harmonica - and you can hear it in the way the reeds respond soulfully to even the lightest breath.
Superb air-tightness and instant response of the reeds to every breath creates a feeling of euphoria for every player when they first try Suzuki's all new Fabulous Chromatic Harmonica. The rich timbre of the Fabulous is a result of 21st century design matched with respect for the best aspects of tradition, embodied in top quality components with Suzuki's high accuracy processes.
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Comments about Suzuki F-64C Fabulous Chromatic Harmonica:
It's air-tight, alright. But, sometimes I like my mouth harp a little leaky - for the mojo of it all. This baby sure is shiny and it better be since I took out a second mortgage just to try it out. And I like a nice shiny, new tin sandwich between my lips as much as the next fella, but I'd say this one is a bit too bitter and metallic for my taste.
All in all, you're getting a pretty decent Mississippi saxophone when you go with a Suzuki F-64C. The last little complaint I have about it is that little knobby that sticks out the right side. I kept getting my lip stuck on there so I just pulled real hard on that guy and it snapped off pretty clean. No more lip snags.
I'll probably just stick with my Hohner mini harp that I can carry on my keychain - that's real handy - although it's quite cumbersome to practice when the keys are in the ignition. I can use the nice clear notes on this new Suzuki to help with tuning my banjo.