- Screw assembly makes adjustment easy
- Small size makes this harmonica easy to take anywhere
- Not as versatile as many other harps because it only has an 8-note range
- Sound quality is not as good as other harps in this price range
The Tombo Pocket Bass is a tiny bit larger than the Pocket Chord, but it is still a diminutive little harp. It measures about 5 3/4" x 2 5/16" x 1 7/8" (145mm x 59mm x 47mm). The comb is made of ABS plastic, and it has recessed reed plates to make it more comfortable to play. It is held together with screws, which means that anyone who likes to tinker with the insides of their harps can do so with the Pocket Bass, just like with an average-sized harmonica. The 10 blow reeds have an 8-note range. So, it's not the most versatile harp, but it is fun to play.