Hohner Chrometta 14 #257 Key of C includes Free USA Shipping

Hohner Chrometta 14 #257 Key of C includes Free USA Shipping


  • $159.99
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All Hohner Chrometta's reeds and reed plates come from Germany. They are put together in China.

The largest of the Chrometta Series, this model has the same tonal range as a violin, making it possible to play many classical pieces which require a greater range than that of the 3 octave chromatic. It’s great for ambitious beginners who want to stretch out and expand their musical boundaries. A true chromatic wonder boy at an incredible price.

Big tonal range
Offers the complete tonal range of a violin

Durable plastic comb
Reliable performance under all climate conditions thanks to resilient plastic comb

Stainless steel cover plates
Stylish stainless steel covers with a high level of comfort

Projecting mouthpiece
Projecting mouthpiece with large channel openings makes it easier for the beginner to play single notes

Reed plates (material, thickness): brass, 1.05 mm
Reed plates (surface): brass
Reeds (number, material): 56, brass
Comb (material, color): ABS, black
Comb (finish): ABS, glossy
Mouthpiece (surface): ABS, glossy
Cover plates: stainless steel
Slide construction: zigzag
Keys: C
Type: chromatic
Tuning: solo tuning
Number of holes: 14
Tonal range: 3 1/2 octaves, G3 – D7
Length: 19 cm / 7.5"

Tuning chart
Blow G3 C4 C4 E4 G4 C5 C5 E5 G5 C6 C6 E6 G6 C7
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Slide Out
Draw A3 B(H)3 D4 F4 A4 B(H)4 D5 F5 A5 B(H)5 D6 F6 A6 B(H)6
Blow Ab3 Db4 Db4 F4 Ab4 Db5 Db5 F5 Ab5 Db6 Db6 F6 Ab6 Db7
Hole 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Slide In
Draw Bb3 C4 Eb4 F#4 Bb4 C5 Eb5 F#5 Bb5 C6 Eb6 F#6 Bb6 D7

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John Hickey
You might be surprised!

I originally got one of these for practice. I didn’t want to do any harm to my higher priced Chromatics. I was very surprised to find that this Chromatic was worth much more than what I first had intended to use it for. This instrument plays and sounds very well. Playing Blues I’m playing amplified. I use this for more than practice. It’s a very worthwhile addition and I really like it in all aspects. I heard that William Clarke liked to record with a Chrometta. I now see why. I