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Once you play a Promaster, you won't want to put it down.
The harmonica equivalent of a 12-string guitar!<br />
All 12 keys from low G to F#.
Traditonally designed 10-hole diatonic with harpists in mind.
Excellent sound production and elegant design for more expressive playing.
Three hot harps inspired by one of the Chicago Blues harp greats.
Smart design and easy to carry.
Rejuvenate your Lee Oskar harmonica!<br />No need to toss that harp with bad reeds. Simply replace the reed...
Double-reed vibrato effect!
One of the smallest playable harmonicas in the world! 4-hole miniature harmonica. Key of C.
The unique design of this 10-hole diatonic harmonica makes expressive vibrato a breeze.
A pack of three, well-known, precisely crafted, historic harmonicas with pearwood combs and amazing tone in...
Repair your Lee Oskar harmonica!<br />No need to toss that harp with bad reeds. Simply replace the reed plate...
A complete blues harp setup!
Sturdy vinyl construction. Holds 6 harps in stretch pockets. Cushioned back. Side quick-release buckle. Fits...
Two harps in one!
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.