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The Hohner S37 is three octave professional instrument produces a rich accordion-like tone. It is conveniently...
A great harp to blow those minor blues as well as ethnic and modal sounds.<br />A very bluesy, soulful sound...
Ukulele sound, but plays like a standard guitar.
Brings the down-home tone of the banjo and the playability of the guitar together into one great instrument.
The mountain dulcimer is easy to learn and an excellent choice for folk song accompaniment.
A responsive chromatic harp that expands the range, style, and kind of notes you can play.
Get down and dirty with 5 blues harps in different keys. This package includes a case to hold the included G,...
Played by Stevie Wonder, the Hohner Chromonica 64 Harmonica is the standard by which all Chromatic harps are...
Great for musicians from beginners to seasoned professionals, the LU22CGC swells with sounds of the islands.
The RK-R20's laminated maple rim, mahogany neck, and mahogany veneer resonator make this banjo great beginning...
Makes it easy to get busy pickin'. B8 Banjo Pack includes the Washburn B8 banjo, gig bag, picks, strap and...
A 3-row diatonic accordion at a low price!
No frills, just a hand-carved, fully graduated spruce top and hand-carved maple back for optimal tone.
Deep koa woodwork and an onboard preamp makes this island 4-string a picker's dream ukulele.
A set of seven harmonicas in Hohner's most popular keys placed in a handy, red case.
Newton's third law says that "to every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" and it could be argued this is true in music. An increased interest in digital technologies and computer optimized music such as Auto Tune will inevitably lead to a backlash. Traditional instruments such as the Ukulele and the Banjo are both enjoying resurgence in interest not seen since the Folk boom of the early 1960s. Part of the fun of a lot of traditional instruments is the relative simplicity; you don't need a manual or years of practice to quickly and easily get a tune out of a harmonica or an accordion. With products from the top brands, including aNueNue Folk & Traditional Instruments and Kentucky Folk & Traditional Instruments, all our folk and traditional instruments are supported by our price & satisfaction guarantees and free standard shipping applies to all orders except heavy items.