Dark, Dirty, Hard Rocking Sound.
The popular choice for blues music, the Blues Harp MS is engineered for consistent volume and tone when used for intense blues playing. It can hang in there with the toughest players on most serious gigs. Highly bendable with a dirty, dark, hard rocking sound, the Blues Harp MS emphasizes all the best qualities of blues harmonica playing. It has a wood comb for full tone.
A Frequently Asked Question: What Key Should I choose?
This question comes up almost every day. The easy answer is this.
For beginners, most books will use the key of C. We recommend that you stay with a C until you are ready to move on.
For Playing The Blues: Many blues harmonica songs will be played in the 'second position', where the harmonica key is different to the key of the song. For these songs, you will need a harmonica that is a FOURTH above the song key. For example, a blues song in G would use a C harp.
Here is a list of the keys for blues players.
Song Key > Harmonica Key
- A > D
- Bb > Eb
- B > E
- C > F
- C# > F#
- D > G
- Eb > Ab
- E > A
- F > Bb
- F# > B
- G > C
- Ab > Db
The package includes a Hohner Harmonica Product Guide and a 30 Days Free Lesson Offer. See the pocket guide for details.
The abbreviation ”MS“ stands for Modular System, an integrated concept for harmonica design from HOHNER. All MS components (covers, reed plates, and combs) are fully compatible, permitting the player to create a combination to suit his or her individual tastes and requirements.
- "F" key
- Diatonic harmonica
- Harmonica Pocket Guide Included
- 30 Days Free Lesson Offer. See the pocket guide for details.
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