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A unique, beautifully mellow sound, based on a revolutionary concept: the Special 20 was the first diatonic harmonica in the world with reed plates recessed into the comb, creating a projecting plastic mouthpiece for a more comfortable play. Perfect for blues and everything from folk and country to rock and pop.
The Marine Band 1896 is the archetypal blues harmonica. Almost unchanged since it was patented in 1896, this harmonica embodies the real blues like no other. Initially designed for European folk music, it quickly found a prominent role in the American blues of the early 20th century...
The Blues Harp has helped shape the direction of folk, blues, and rock for generations, its typical sound speaking directly to the heart of the listener. Fully compatible with all other MS models, the Blues Harp is ideal both for beginners and more advanced players.
The only diatonic model tuned to equal temperament, making it a favorite with jazz harpists who need to play in tune with other instruments in all positions and keys.
Powerful sound, rugged good looks, and road worthy durability. That’s the Pro Harp. Often known as the rock harp, its all-black design melds the plastic comb of the Big River Harp with the cover form of the Blues Harp ® to create a potent combination, the perfect companion with which to venture into the world of rock music.
Hohner Marine Band 364/24 Harmonica: When Sonny Boy Williamson II discovered the rich, deep-toned sound of the twelve hole Echo Vamper harmonica, it inspired him to record one of his best- known pieces, Bye Bye Bird. Now known as the M a r in e B a n d 3 6 4 / 24 , very little has changed since Sonny Boy first played this classic harp
Hohner Marine Soloist Harmonica: Solo-tuned, 3 fully diatonic octaves, available in C.
The Rocket is everything but quiet, capable of "cutting through between screaming guitars and heavy drums", which is why rock harpist Jimmie Bones relies on the power of the Hohner Rocket. No other harmonica is this loud, while being this comfortable at the same time. Get ready to blast through rock, pop, jazz, and countr y with this incredibly powerful...
With the Marine Band Deluxe, Hohner has brought the incomparable sound of the original blues harmonica into the 21st century. The Marine Band Deluxe is more than just a state-of-the-art upgrade to Hohner's benchmark diatonic harp. It’s the rediscovery of deep emotions, the awakening of forgotten spirits, the revival of hidden energies. Bring the blues to...
Hohner decided to design a new high-end harmonica for the blues and all the styles that grew out of it, using sustainable raw materials, with a powerful original sound that would meet the needs of this new generation of professional musicians. The result: the Crossover.
Throughout his career, Bob Dylan has had a special relationship with the HOHNER company and has always used HOHNER harmonicas in his music. A tribute to one of the greatest poets of modern music.
10-hole version of the Chrometta series, with two additional channels extending the tonal range downwards as far as G3, which is the lowest note found on the violin. Learn to play pop songs, jazz standards, or even classical melodies with this great beginner’s chromatic.
The Chrometta 12 is the 12-hole, 48-note version of the Chrometta series, offering the full three-octave range. The perfect entry-level instrument for advanced students who really wish to get to grips with the chromatic harmonica.
One octave lower than standard harps, the Marine Band Thunderbird is the lowest-tuned diatonic harmonica in Hohner's portfolio. It delivers a powerful, rich sound that’ll make the floor shake.
The original chromatic harmonica and the instrument of choice for generations of players who have left their mark in folk, pop, and jazz.