- Great for bending notes
- Only meant for advanced players
- Not as good for playing the blues as for playing folk music
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.