|商品尺寸||22.86 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm; 45.4 克|
SUZUKI 铃木 10孔口琴 HARP MASTER MR-200.MR-200-C C調
- ABS plastic comb
- Laser-tuned brass reeds
- Hard-shell carrying case
The Suzuki Harpmaster harmonica features an easy to play, free blowing design with its solid ABS comb and focused note holes. The bendable laser tuned brass reeds produce the clarity and rich, mellow tones you would expect from much more expensive harmonicas. The classically shaped reed covers offer the look and feel of the traditional harmonica and they are built from durable polished stainless steel. The Suzuki Harpmaster will provide you with years of proven performance. The Harpmaster harmonica includes a hardshell carrying case.
But I recently changed my playing style, and have improved my playing significantly. So I needed the best kind of
harmonica. The Suzuki Promaster with aluminum comb was a wonderfully made instrument but was missing that extra little
bit of sweetness and was a bit shrill in the higher notes.
ENTER Suzuki Promaster Hammond, with a composite wood comb. I bought the key of A.
Without doubt the Hammond is the best of them all. The perfect harp. Sweet, bendable, easy to play, every note perfect right
out of the box. I will soon try the Gmajor and possibly the C. I will always play my Harpmaster's, though. The Harpmaster is close
to perfect in every way and it is inexpensive, too. To really perform at my best I will always now go to my Promaster Hammond.
Thank you for the opportunity to comment. Freddy B
I think its the Bronze Phosphor reeds that Suzuki has been using. The Promaster also uses the BPRs but the aluminum comb
makes it sound a bit shrill in the higher notes.
I have limited myself to the G and A major keys, because they sound and resonate the best. I occasionally play a Lee Oskar and the Promaster in Low F
One thing that concerns me is that there seems to be some question about some of the Harpmasters also are listed as having
the brass reeds. Has anyone noticed the same thing. I would like to know because I would like the option of replacing my BPRs
Harpmasters if I blow any reeds. (although I don't blow very hard so its rare for me to blow out a reed). I have only blown 2 or three from the thirty odd harps I have accumulated thru the years. I play about an hour a day. And even one or two of those I have teased back into position using
a fine tweezer. Any feedback re: the BPRs will be appreciated. Freddy