Item # 583575 | Customer Ratings: ( 4 Based on 5 reviews)

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A 10-hole diatonic harp that offers the best of both worlds - professional quality and affordable price.

The Suzuki Bluesmaster harmonica combines the affordability of the Folkmaster with their world renowned Promaster. The Bluesmaster diatonic harmonica features the ultra thin, phosphor bronze laser-tuned, bendable, reed system, ABS plastic comb, and smooth easy-to-handle polished stainless steel reed covers. This professional harmonica delivers superb sound projection and tonal clarity.

Available in a variety of keys.


  • 10-hole diatonic
    Ultra thin, phosphor bronze laser-tuned, bendable, reed system
    ABS plastic comb
    Stainless steel reed covers

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  • Love this Harp !

    As reviewed by Russ on 2/6/2010

    I own harps in all keys and have tried most all brands ,and for the price I'd say this is the most solid,airtight, well-tuned harp in this price range. They're virtually bullet-proof. One reviewer mentioned a red colored comb Bluesmaster that was out of tune, but I've only owned the black combed versions, and they've been perfect. Also , these are shaped to easily cup in hand to control airflow. Also, you can replace the reed if you blow it out (not that blowin it out is easy with the reeds being made of bronze phosphor!)The bluesmaster isn't as loud as the Harpmaster (another great Suzuki harp with brass reeds),but I like the tone on this one better. Great sound, easy to bend, and not as suseptible to moisture like wood or brass reeds...all in all 5 stars. Besides , the shape and the stainless steel coverplates just look cool ,too.

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  • smooth and dark

    As reviewed by frank farmer on 9/19/2013

    I'm trying different Brands to find better customer service. I got 3 Lee Oskar befores playing one, Bad Idea. LOH has great customer service, sent me free covers and a T-shirt. But I honestly like the Suzuki Bluesmaster better. I'm pretty new to playing but the Bluesmaster has the same tone to me as my "Blues Harp", Guitar Center matched a price I found on the internet, so they got my business, and Suzuki has my harmonicas. I love the smooth edges on the Suzuki, the feel on my mouth is more like the Special 20's without catching your lip on the outside corners. I have 11 harmonicas and this Bluesmaster is the only one that I have NOT had to adjust.

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  • Low Volume.

    As reviewed by Chuck Morrison on 6/11/2013

    Tried the suzuki due to long reed life claims. I have not had it long enough to comment on that. But I did immediately notice both suzuki bluesmasters I played are lower volume than Hohner Bluesharp or Special 20. Trade off I guess? I busk alot and play them alot so not sure if I am going to stick with them, maybe as a backup only. I may give Lee Oskars more of a try. The Hohner spec 20 sounds great but short reed life if you are bending and playing blues. Hohner Bluesharp seems to have better reed life than spec 20.

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