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Octave-Tuned Harmonicas

Octave-Tuned- Octave harmonicas are similar to Tremolo models in reed layout and musical range. Instead of having reeds tuned to the same note, however, each double hole has one reed tuned an octave apart from the other. The resulting sound is stronger and full bodied, but without the tremolo effect. This is the harmonica equivalent of a twelve-string guitar (sort-of). These harmonicas are not recommended for beginners interested in blues and country playing nor useful for most beginning instructional materials.


Buy seydel Concerto harmonica Seydel Concerto Harmonica | Single-sided, octave-tuned - Top rated Richter-tuned Octave Harmonica (40 brass reeds, 10 discrete holes). The instruments have a divided comb made of plastic. When drawing or blowing, two reeds at a time are caused to vibrate. They are tuned with an interval of exactly one octave apart. To minimize air loss and to increase the volume there are additional windsavers built in. The result is a full and powerful sound...
Buy seydel club 40 Seydel Club 40 Octave Harmonica- Simple octave diatonic harmonica in the key of C -- The Octave Harmonica for beginners. The plastic comb is curved with matching covers for ergonomic handling and very lip-friendly playing....
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