- Good harp for those ready to slowly transition to chromatics
- Unusual size and layout make it not suited to beginners
The Seydel Orchestra S Session Steel Solo has a layout that is similar to a standard chromatic harmonica. That means that anyone transitioning to playing chromatics might find this to be a good mouth harp to start with. However, the difference is that the Orchestra S Session Steel Solo only has 10 holes. But don't let its smaller size fool you. It is still an excellent mouth harp. It has a lovely tone, and its screw assembly makes it easy to adjust or replace the reeds. Although, it plays beautifully all on its own. So, tuning it yourself isn't required.