This is the page for reviews of harmonicas priced under $20 below, sorted cheapest to most expensive.
Hohner Mini Harp – $4.50
The Hohner Mini Harp only costs a couple of dollars, which makes it a nice joke gift. It even has a little ring attached to it so that you can wear it around your neck as jewelry, but it’s not a very playable instrument. Click here to see the full review.
Hohner Blues Band – $8.50
The Hohner Blues Band is a perfect harmonica for kids or beginners, since it costs less than $10. It is a diatonic in the key of C, which is recommended for beginners. Click here to see the full review.
Hohner Speedy – $9.00
The Hohner Speedy is a great harmonica for children. If you are a parent or a preschool or kindergarten music teacher, this harmonica is a perfect way to introduce kids to the wonderful sound of harmonicas. Click here to see the full review.
Suzuki Easy Rider – $10.00
The Suzuki Easy Rider is Suzuki’s entry-level harmonica. This little diatonic is meant for beginning adult players, or even some kids. Click here to see the full review.
Hohner Pocket Pal – $13.00
The Hohner Pocket Pal measures about 4.9 x 3.7 inches. It’s a nice little diatonic for anyone that just wants to play a tune whenever and wherever the mood strikes. Click here to see the full review.
Suzuki Airwave – $13.00
The Suzuki Airwave is a large diatonic harmonica with large holes. It is specifically designed for children, and it comes in several bright colors that kids will love. Click here to see the full review.
Hohner Hot Metal – $15.00
The Hohner Hot Metal is a 10-hole diatonic harp. It has a sound that is hard and gritty, making it good for louder, harder styles of music, such as rock and metal. Click here to see the full review.
Hohner Old Standby – $15.00
The Hohner Old Standby is an inexpensive diatonic harmonica. It is a good cheap choice for kids that want to practice, but anyone who really wants to learn should probably invest a little more money on a more reliable model. Click here to see the full review.