Hohner Blue Midnight Harmonica Review

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Hohner Blue Midnight Harmonica
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  • Rated 4 stars
  • Excellent
$42
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  • Value
    Editor: 90%
  • Quality
    Editor: 80%
  • Sound
    Editor: 80%

Review Summary:


The Hohner Blue Midnight features a blue plastic comb that gives it a flashy look, but that's not the only reason that its name is appropriate. It's also well-named because it's the perfect harp for playing the blues. This 10-hole diatonic actually got its name because it is modeled after the play style of Little Walter Jacobs, a blues harp expert. The tone and volume of this harp are maximized by its great construction, including stainless steel cover plates. The screws are easily removed, if you want to tweak this harmonica's reeds to come up with your own tuning. Bending has never been easier than with the Hohner Blue Midnight.

Pros

  • Good for playing the blues
  • Great tone and volume

Cons

  • Not good for advanced play or stage shows

User Reviews (2)

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    Meg

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    It’s a bit clunky to play, rather like driving a large car that isn’t particularly well made. Once you’ve driven a zippy little sports car, you can’t go back!

    Seriously, spend a little more money and get a harp that’s more airtight and responsive. If you’re a new player and you’ve been trying to learn to play on this, ditch it and get something like a Special 20.

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      JP Allen

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      Thanks for your input Meg. jp

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