Hohner Blues Harp Harmonica (H532), Key of C

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Hohner Blues Harp Harmonica (H532) Features:

  • 10 single holes
  • 20 reeds
  • Length: 4 in.

Was $63.00

Now $47.20

Hohner Blues Harp Harmonica (H532), Key of C
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Review by JP Allen


The Hohner Blues Harp is an awesome instrument for pros, but if you’re a beginner who is just learning the harmonica, here are two other recommendations:

Here are two recommendations:

1. Higher Dollar (professional): My #1 pick is the Hohner Special 20.

2. Economy: Economy: If your a beginner who would rather get a more economical harmonica to “test the waters” (i.e. make sure you serious about sticking with harmonica before you invest), the Hohner Blues Band will get you off to a great start.

From the Manufacturer:

Dig in deep and experience the raw power and grit of the blues. The Blues Harp is engineered for consistent volume and tone when used for intense blues playing. This harp can hang with the toughest players on their most serious gigs. Highly bendable with a dirty, dark hard rockin’ sound, this harmonica is designed to emphasize all the best qualities of blues harmonica playing. It has a wood comb for full tone.

Diatonic Single Reed Models

These models include some of the most popular harmonicas and are used in Blues, Folk, Country, and Rock. All feature reeds that are tuned to produce the natural notes of the scale without any additional sharps and flats. Most are 10-hole instruments with the 4 middle holes comprising a complete 8-note octave, and the holes an either side extending the scale and permitting chord playing. These models are capable of producing the expressive effects of bending and overblowing

Comments (3)

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    Great harmonica! has a warm sound with no unnecessary squeaky sounds.

    Great upgrade from my hohner fuego.



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      JP Allen


      Awesome, I’m happy to hear it is working for you. jp


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    Adrian Butters


    I have been an amateur harmonica player for years, and I have a 1980’s Honer blues harp in C, really nice harp, and I think they get better with age, if properly looked after. I also own a more recent Homes blues harp in C, but somehow I it doesnt sound as good as the older one ( anyone else agree / disagree / experienced this ? ). thanks for a good website / mag, keep up the good work

    Adi Butters


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