Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica Key of C

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Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica Features:

  • Harmonica.com's #1 rated harmonica for beginners
  • Easy to bend, highly responsive, solid tone
  • The most important difference is in the quality of materials, construction, design and sound. Lee Oskars are the best harmonicas in the world, and that's not just our opinion.

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Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica Key of C
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Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica, Key of C

From JP Allen:

The Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica is an awesome instrument!

LEE OSKAR IS MY #1 RECOMMENDED HARMONICA FOR BEGINNERS: If you want a harmonica that makes learning to bend easy, then my #1 pick right now is Lee Oskar. I just tested 3 of them, and they were all highly responsive (easy to play) with a better than average tone.

From the Manufacturer:

The Major Diatonic harmonica is the most commonly used tuning for playing Blues, Rock, Country Folk & Jazz

Major Diatonic harps are produced by several manufacturers using various names such as Blues Harp, Marine Band, Golden Melody, Big River, Special 20, Pro Harp, Folk Master, Star Performer, etc.

Although the cover plates are stamped with a variety of different names for marketing purposes, all of these harmonicas have the exact same notation layout as the Lee Oskar Major Diatonic.

The most important difference is in the quality of materials, construction, design and sound. Lee Oskars are the best harmonicas in the world, and that’s not just our opinion.

All over the world, professional players prefer Lee Oskar Harps over any other brand.


Comments (16)

  • dave

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    im looking for a low f sharp harmonica. do you know anyone who makes one.
    Thanks
    dave dauler

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    • JP Allen

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      I believe Suzuki is making low F#s. jp

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  • susan wagner

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    I just started my lessons today with JP, I watched all the free lessons first then immediately went out and bought an Lee Oskar Dia C. I’m excited to learn everything. So far JP I think you are the easiest to understand and love the step by step tutoring.

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    • JP Allen

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      I’m so happy to hear that Susan! jp

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      • susan wagner

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        Hi JP,
        I started your lessons yesterday and today I’m on lesson 11….already!!
        I’m using the Lee Oskar. Am I going to be able to learn to bend notes on this one or should I get the Hohner Special 20?
        I’m trying to make it as easy as possible for myself 🙂
        Susan

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        • JP Allen

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          Lee Oskar is a good harmonica…give it a try on bending for a bit. If you are not happy with it try the Special 20.
          jp

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  • brent groot

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    We only play the best.
    Seydel.

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  • ian barnett

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    I recently bought a lee oskar melody maker in c 2nd position,try as i may ,i find it difficult to play and feel a bit miffed, sorry but give me a hohner diatonic harp any day.

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  • simon baderle

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    Im just starting a friend gave me a honer silver star and a lee Oscar?
    The honers sound and play just as well.
    The lee Oscar is built so you can replace reeds?

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    • JP Allen

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      Yes the reed plates are replaceable. Both great harmonicas. Give them a go. jp

      Reply

  • C Vaughn

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    I have played Hohner and Lee Oscar.
    Lee Oscar seem to play easier and last longer. I would go through the Hohner Blues Harp every 6 months.

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  • Paul price

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    I only play the chromatic harps liking Suzuki the best then Seydel and Hohner.

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  • Ira

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    I recently started switching over to Lee Oskar from Hohner blues harp and special 20..so far I’m thrilled

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    • JP Allen

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      Great harmonica! jp

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  • Tim O'Toole

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    JP,

    I concur on the Special 20’s. I started your course at 69 and going stronger than ever at 71! I’m ordering the Lee Oskar and Seydel today! Thank you! You fullfilled a lifelong dream!

    Reply

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