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Whether you're a touring professional harp player, or an amateur who wants to hear more of your sound, this...
Though initially designed for use in classical music, the harmonica has been synonymous with American roots, blues, rock and country genres for almost a hundred years. Its distinct sound and versatility have made it a popular choice for many musicians looking to carve out a musical niche for themselves. One drawback of the harmonica was always its relative volume compared to other instruments. It was easy for such a small instrument to get drowned out, especially if it was being played with a full, electric band. However, with the invention of harmonica amplifiers and microphones, this is quickly no longer becoming an issue. Whether it’s a basic amplifier or an entire set up to make your mouth harp stand out, there are a number of options that are worth exploring. If you’re just looking for an amplifier, you’ll want to check out the Hoodoo Box 5W Harmonica Tube Amp from Hohner. This amp is designed specifically for use with harmonicas and helps deliver that classic fat sound that has become the hallmark of the electric blues harp. Whether you’re looking for dark, bright, or scooped tone, the Hoodoo will certainly rise to the challenge. If you’re looking for more than just an amp, perhaps an entire package, then the Hoodoo Wireless Harmonica Mic and Amp with 5ft Cable set, also from Hohner, will definitely be worth investigating. This set includes the previously mentioned Hoodoo amplifier as well as a wireless mic that gives you serious freedom of motion on stage. The best part of this microphone is its compact design. While many blues harp players enjoy using a bullet mic with their harmonica, it can be large, bulky, and interrupt the natural cupping position your hands are in when playing. This mic conveniently slips onto your fingers like a ring, producing that classic low-fi sound harp players love, without having to be tethered to a large microphone. The great use of harmonica can add an incredible amount of character to a song. With the right harmonica amplifier you can make sure you’ll have the volume to stand out with the band, without sacrificing the signature sound the mouth harp has become known for over the years.