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The harmonica or mouth organ originates in Vienna, Austria in around 1820. Early American players included President Lincoln and Wyatt Earp. Although it is currently most associated with blues and folk music, the harmonica has been on Jazz, Classical and Country music recordings. In the 1950s and 1960s innovative and skilled blues harmonica players such as Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson II and Junior Wells helped to further popularize the instrument. Popular artists from the 1960s such as Bob Dylan and John Lennon also integrated the harmonica into their music, with exciting results. With products from the top brands, including Hohner Harmonicas and Suzuki Harmonicas there is a harmonica for everyone’s budget at Musician’s Friend.
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Get down and dirty with 5 blues harps in different keys. This package includes a case to hold the included G,...
A great harp to blow those minor blues as well as ethnic and modal sounds.<br />A very bluesy, soulful sound...
The Hohner Echo Celeste Tremolo Harmonica has a double reed set for you to create vibrato in your playing.
A learner's harmonica in the key of C.
A 3-pack of go-to harps for professionals and the first choice for those learning to play.
A harmonica holder that locks into playing position so you don't have to hold your harp.
Melody Makers are excellent harps for playing single-note melodies. They're great for playing country, pop,...
Easily bend blow and draw notes.
What is small, sturdy, made by Hohner and you can actually play it?
A primo chromatic harmonica for the accomplished harp blower.
You'll love the distinguished, matt-black finish plus the distinctive sound of this MS-Series harmonica.
Haul your harps right!
A quality, mid-priced model made in Germany, the BIg River harp is a raging-loud, comfortable staple harmonica...
The mouth organ that lives up to its name.