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Hohner 2509/48 Echo Harmonica Key of C

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The double row of holes on the Hohner 2509/48 Echo tremolo harmonica creates a distinctive vibrato effect that's great for ballads, gospel, and folk music. This single-sided model is sleek and contemp... Read More

Available 12-16-2016 You will not be charged until order ships. Email me when this is in stock.

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Overview

The double row of holes on the Hohner 2509/48 Echo tremolo harmonica creates a distinctive vibrato effect that's great for ballads, gospel, and folk music. This single-sided model is sleek and contemporary, with chromeplated covers and a wood body. Key of C or G.

Features
  • Double-reed vibrato effect
  • Sleek design
  • Great for ballads, gospel, and folk
Warranty
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
90 day warranty on concertinas.
2 year warranty on microphones.
Contact manufacturer for harmonica warranty information.


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Hohner2509/48 Echo Harmonica
 
4.0

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4.0

My First Tremolo Harp

By JoeJazz2000

from Bayonne, NJ

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Pros

  • Comfortable mouthpiece
  • Two full octaves, Richter tuned diatonic

Cons

  • 4-hole note groupings not numbered

Best Uses

  • Straight first position playing.

Comments about Hohner 2509/48 Echo Harmonica:

Ballads and folk songs play sweetly in first position on this harp. The first full diatonic scale starts an octave lower than on a 10-hole diatonic and extends a complete octave above that. The result is a full, rich tremolo tone that sounds great on traditional songs and ballads. I had to knock off one star because the holes weren't numbered. Since it takes four holes on a harp like this to provide a normal blow/draw pair, numbers would help to orient the player when starting a passage.

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