|商品尺寸||21.59 x 13.34 x 3.51 cm; 136.08 克|
|制造商||Hohner Inc, USA|
Hohner Special 20口琴 C调
Hohner Accordions M560016X BF Special 20 Mundharmonika c Einheitsgröße mehrfarbig, edelstahl
- Gespielt von den Profis
- Professionelles Instrument
- Reaktionsschnelle Blätter
- Spritzgegossener Kunststoff-Kamm mit vorstehendem Mundstück für zusätzlichen Spielkomfort
令人印象深刻、出色的弯曲和饱满的声音是 Special 20 的所有独特特性。 采用耐用的密封塑料梳子,它是艺术家 John Popper (Blues Traveler) 以及各种类型的音乐家,从乡村和民间到节奏和蓝调。 有 12 个杜拉按钮以及一个特殊的乡村情调,如果在十字架中玩,则有 Major-7 个。 特点: 德国工艺确保出色的响应、柔韧性和声音。 精密成型的塑料梳子带来无与伦比的舒适性和耐用性。 沉浸的调音板和密封设计,保持出色的性能。 技术数据: 孔数: 10. 簧管 20 黄铜盖面不锈钢调音板 0.9 毫米黄铜调板表面黄铜吹嘴表面ABS梳子 ABS 黑色长度: 10 厘米。
- Brass reed plates
- 20 reeds
- ABS comb, Black
- Stainless steel cover plates
- Richter/Country tuning
- 10 Holes
- 10.2 cm / 4.0"
The special 20 was one of the first diatonic harmonicas in the world with the reed plates recessed into the comb, creating a projecting plastic mouthpiece. This makes for added comfort to play and the most copied harmonica design worldwide. It has a distinctive sound which is perfect for everything from folk to pop.
The harmonica has a unique, beautifully mellow sound based on the revolutionary concept.
Convenient Carrying Case
Each harmonica features a unique carrying case for added instrument protection and portability.
The projecting plastic mouthpiece and the reed plates being recessed into the comb makes this a very comfortable instrument to play.
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Of all my 25 or so good quality harps, Bushman, Suzuki, Lee Oskar, Seydel, Hohner, I'd have to say this is the most forgiving to play. It blows clean and seems to require less tilting to subtly reach an adjacent hole. The sound is very good, not as raspy as my Delta Frosts or Bluesmasters but less sterile than the LOs and Olives, just right says Goldilox.
I'll be buying another one in C.
Regarding the harmonica, from what I can in my research, it's basically the same thing as a Marine Band except that it has a black ABS comb rather than a pear wood comb (the comb of the Hohner 560 Special 20 is also ABS, but made to resemble the pear wood). My mouth glides quite easily across the ABS comb without the need to slobber on it to keep from sticking (I'm led to believe wood is better, but I get the feeling it's more of a purists' preference). It is easy to get air across the reeds, producing both very nice sound and volume, and the hardware is solid and doesn't feel like a toy at all. Seems when I ad lib with songs on the blues satellite radio it is very well in tune with the music (perhaps not in the right key, but the notes are still spot on). Recently after playing it hard and long the 6 blow seemed to be causing the 5 or 7 read to buzz, though they seemed fine by themselves. The harmonica still played in tune, though. I rinsed it, shook out excess moisture, and let it air dry and "cool off" for a while before playing it again and it seems to be just fine. I have difficulty bending any of the lower notes with consistency, but I'm certain it's more of a problem with my technique, not the harmonica (I really should take some lessons). I always have it in my pocket or readily available nearby and play it frequently. I will be fond of this -- my first -- harmonica and hope it lasts longer than I do!
If you're looking for something with reliable quality and performance yet economical, whether your new or experienced, definitely consider this harmonica. Since I have no complaints about this harmonica, and although I have nothing to compare the performance and quality of this harmonica to, particularly since it's the only harmonica in my life I've ever played and thus I have zero experience as a harmonica player, I can't give it less than a 5-star review.