Features & Benefits

State Of The Harp Technology!

Slide-Together Interlocking Cases

  • Convenient for carrying multiple harps
  • Color-coded tunings for fast, easy indexing

Durable Plastic Comb

  • Eliminates swelling and shrinkage
  • Projects loudly with a brightly balanced sound
  • Wide chambers and narrow dividers for ease of playing
  • Precision-molded, recessed bed secures reed plates and prevents air leakage

1st & 2nd Positions Clearly Identified

  • At both ends of the comb

Replaceable Reed Plates

  • Top quality brass
  • Mounted to the comb with 3 Self-Tapping-Screws

Expertly Tuned to 441 Plus

  • For a brighter sound

Equal Tuning by Octaves

  • Excellent for single-note lead playing

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standard
tuning

Major Diatonic

The Major Diatonic is the standard Blues tuning and may be played in the 1st & 2nd Positions (Straight Harp & Cross Harp).

Choose this harmonica to play:
BLUES, FOLK, ROCK, COUNTRY, POP

Understanding 1st / 2nd Positions

altered
tuning

Melody Makerâ„¢

The Melody Makerâ„¢, with its three altered notes, is great for playing Major scale melodies in 2nd Position (Cross Harp).

Choose this harmonica to play:
R&B, COUNTRY, REGGAE, POP, JAZZ, LATIN, AFRO, CLAVE, SKA (Not recommended for BLUES)

Understanding 1st / 2nd Positions

altered
tuning

Natural Minor

The Natural Minor, with its five altered notes, is a natural choice for playing minor music in 2nd Position (Cross Harp).

Choose this harmonica to play:
MINOR BLUES, REGGAE, SKA, LATIN, FUNK, R&B, HIP HOP

Understanding 1st / 2nd Positions

altered
tuning

Harmonic Minor

The Harmonic Minor, with its five altered notes, is ideal for playing World Music. Typically played in 1st Position (Straight Harp).

Choose this harmonica to play:
EASTERN EUROPEAN, GYPSY, YIDDISH, ASIAN, TANGO, REGGAE

Understanding 1st / 2nd Positions