The Seydel Mountain Harp is a wender-type mouth harp. In other words, it’s actually two harmonicas in one. That’s because it has two sets of holes. One plays in G-Major, while the other plays in C-Major. This tremolo harp bends notes well, as you might expect from a tremolo. This harmonica is a little larger than you might expect, but it’s still pocket-sized. So, you can take it anywhere, and it has a tone that is perfect for playing a country or folk tune. Beginners may want to start out with a standard diatonic harp, instead, but experts will love the Mountain Harp.
Great for bending notes
Only meant for advanced players
Not as good for playing the blues as for playing folk music
Got something to say? Post a comment below.