Harmonica Reviews ($20 to $50)

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Reviews of harmonicas priced in the $20 to $50 range below, sorted cheapest to most expensive.

Reviews in other price ranges: Under $20, $50 to $100, Over $100

Hohner Silver Star – $20.00
Hohner Silver StarThe Hohner Silver Star is a 20-reed diatonic available in 7 different keys. If you want a fun harp to play on for a few dollars, this is a good one. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Suzuki Folkmaster – $23.00
Suzuki FolkmasterThe Suzuki Folkmaster is a nice, inexpensive 10-hole diatonic mouth harp. If you want to get the sound quality of a more expensive harp without spending a lot of money, the Folkmaster is the way to go. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Little Lady – $23.00
Hohner Little LadyThe Hohner Little Lady measures just 1 3/8” long and is one of the smallest working mouth harps you’ll ever find. It has just 4 holes and 8 reeds, but that doesn’t stop it from making a great sound, especially considering the low price. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Blues Bender – $25.00
Hohner Blues BenderThe Hohner Blues Bender is a low-end harmonica. If you want to learn the basics of how to play the harmonica, it’s a good, inexpensive choice. Click here to see the full review.

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Hering Super 20 – $30.00
Hering Super 20The Hering Super 20 has brass reeds and cover plates. Unlike many other Hering models, the 0.90 mm reeds don’t offer as much consistency as one might like. It is a good harmonica for beginners. Click here to see the full review.

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Hering Super Gig 20 – $30.00
Hering Super GigThe Hering Super Gig 20 is a low-end diatonic harmonica that is mostly meant for beginners, but it is still a fairly high quality for the price. It’s a good option for someone who is only looking to learn slowly or play for friends and family. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Echo Celeste – $30.00
Hohner Echo CelesteThe Hohner Echo Celeste is a tremolo harmonica, which means it has two reeds per note and can produce a great vibrato. This harmonica is better suited to classical or gospel music than to blues. Click here to see the full review.

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Seydel Big Six – $35.00
Seydel Big SixThe Seydel Big Six is a 6-hole miniature harmonica, but that doesn’t mean that it’s a toy. It is a completely playable miniature harmonica with a great tone. Click here to see the full review.

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Hering Free Blues – $39.00
Hering Free BluesThe Hering Free Blues is a mid-price harmonica that stands up well when compared to others in its price range, such as the Hohner Blues Bender. It is a decent quality harp for a beginner to medium-level player. Click here to see the full review.

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Hering Master Blues – $39.99
Hering Master BluesThe Hering Master Blues is a 20-reed diatonic harmonica that is perfect for a beginner due to its low cost and good tone for the price. Click here to see the full review.

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Tombo Folk Blues Diatonic – $40.00
Tombo Folk Blues DiatonicTombo Folk Blues is a high-quality harp. It produces a nice, loud sound. It’s meant for anyone that likes to blast out some R&B or Rock music. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Big River Harp – $40.00
Hohner Big River HarpThe Hohner Big River Harp is a 10-hole harmonica that is basically the “old reliable” of the entire Hohner line. It is a comfortable harmonica with a great volume, which makes it perfect for anyone. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Blue Midnight – $42.00
Hohner Blue MidnightThe Hohner Blue Midnight is well-named because it’s the perfect harp for playing the blues. This 10-hole diatonic got its name because it is modeled after the play style of Little Walter Jacobs, a blues harp expert. Click here to see the full review.

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Seydel Session Standard – $45.00
Seydel Standard SessionThe Seydel Blues Session Standard is a nice little diatonic harmonica. As an inexpensive diatonic, this is a nice practice instrument, especially if you enjoy playing Celtic or folk music. Click here to see the full review.

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Tombo Ultimo Diatonic – $45.00
Tombo Ultimo DiatonicThe Tombo Ultimo Diatonic is a nice little harp. It’s a nice harp for playing a few Jazz or Fusion tunes, or for playing simple melodies. Click here to see the full review.

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Hohner Blues Harp – $45.00
Hohner Blues HarpThe Hohner Blues Harp is a 10-hole diatonic harp. If you’re looking for a good diatonic, it produces one of the best sounds among the diatonic harps that cost about the same amount. Click here to see the full review.

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Suzuki Harpmaster – $50.00
Suzuki HarpmasterThe Suzuki Harpmaster is a traditional 10-hole diatonic that is designed for ease of use. Its relatively low price tag means that beginners should enjoy learning on it. Click here to see the full review.

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Tombo Aero Reed Diatonic – $50.00
Tombo Aero ReedThe Tombo Aero Reed Diatonic is unusual because it features a metal comb. It has a sweet sound, but it has almost no volume. While it’s okay to practice on, it’s not a good harmonica for playing gigs at all. Click here to see the full review.

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Suzuki Bluesmaster – $50.00
Suzuki BluesmasterThe Suzuki Bluesmaster is a 10-hole diatonic harp. Although it’s an affordable diatonic, it can really be used by beginners or professional musicians. Click here to see the full review.

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Tombo Tremolo – $50.00
Tombo Tremolo copyThe Tombo Tremolo 3121 is a 42-reed, 21-note tremolo harmonica. It is both an easy tremolo to learn on and a reliable instrument for serious professionals. Click here to see the full review.

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