Re: [Harp-L] Low tuned Harps
I really think the modern harmonicas are all very good. If you like brass
reeds, the Seydel Session Standard harps are about $15 cheaper than the low
Manji's and there is a wider selection. I'm really liking the stainless
reeds. A Session Steel is about the same price as a Manji. They all play
about the same as long as they are not leaky and gapped reasonably. I don't
prefer harps put together with nails, however I am very fond of my four
year-old Eb Marine Band.
Low Manji harps are available in C, D, E, Eb, and F
Low Session Steels are likewise available in those 5 keys plus Db and F#
The Seydel Blues Favorite is available from LowLowF to HiA
I have a Low F Manji and a legacy Low Eb Special 20 and and many Low Seydel
Pro 12, Session Steels, and Session Standard harps. I like the Suzuki and
Seydel harps out of the box, but usually find a reason to go to the dark
side and open them up to tweak them.
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Subject: Re: [Harp-L] Low tuned Harps
I'm curious how you would all rate low note harps in terms of brands:
Suzuki Manji m20...Hohner
Thunderbird...Seydel. Any info about differences or comparison would be
Blues Girl Phyllis
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In a message dated 6/8/2015 7:30:47 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
On 6/7/15 1:24 PM, Steve Hayes wrote:
I'm playing Seydel Solist Pro 12 Steel SBS-type low harmonicas when
possible. The low-notes are very saxophone-like and are great for
How does that work, the SBS tuning resolves in 13 holes hence Hohner's
use of a 365-14 comb and plate as the basis of this tuning. Does Seydel
just leave the top 2 notes off of the harmonica?
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