Hohner Echo Harp Harmonica Review

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Hohner Echo Harp Harmonica
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  • Value
    Editor: 90%
  • Quality
    Editor: 95%
  • Sound
    Editor: 95%

Review Summary:

The Hohner Echo Harp is an inexpensive tremolo harmonica, but it definitely has some style. It's a double harmonica with 32 double holes, stainless steel covers, and brass reed plates. Like any good tremolo, the Echo Harp from Hohner has a sound that can be compared to an accordion. It's meant to be played lightly, not to blast notes at top volume. The Echo Harp is a consistent harp with real class, but it's better suited to gospel music or ballads. If you're looking for a harmonica to play the jazz on, you would be better off with a chromatic. If want to play blue there are other better options (e.g. Hohner Special 20).


  • Great rich harmonic sound for folk, gospel or ballad


  • Not for Blues or Jazz

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