SIGNATURE BUNDLE: Hohner The Beatles Harmonica and Lee Oskar Mick Jagger Signature Harmonica. Key of C Includes Free USA Shipping
Signature Bundle including the Hohner The Beatles Signature Model and Lee Oskar Mick Jagger Signature. Both in Key of C.
The songs of The Beatles have won a place in the hearts of generations of music lovers around the world.
With the new The Beatles harmonica, you too can learn to play these timeless melodies. And remember, the HOHNER harmonica played a role in some of The Beatles’ early hits. Now you can join the party and play along!
German made MS Series Harmonica. Key of C
• Top cover plate with classic Beatles logo and
• Eye-catching case with imprinted Beatles themed
• High-quality reed plates and reeds ensure fast
response and high volume
• Sturdy moisture resistant ABS plastic comb
• Solid stainless steel covers for a strong, bright
• Assembled with screws for easy maintenance
Benefits for customers:
• Play the original brand chosen by the Beatles
• The real, original collector ́s item
• Attractive harmonica with unique top cover plate engraving
• Fast reed response and high volume
• Highly collectable
THE BEATLES M196001X Key C
Reeds Brass, 0,9mm
Comb Plastic, black
Cover Plates Stainless steel
2023 Mick Jagger X Lee Oskar Limited Edition "C" Diatonic Harmonica
- This is a very limited edition/collectable harmonica. Once these are sold through, that’s it for this edition.
- For over 30 years Mick Jagger has exclusively used the Lee Oskar Harmonica system.
- Each harmonica comes with a custom Mick Jagger branded case.
- Same specs as the 1910 Major Diatonic key C.
Model: 1910 – Labeled in 1st Position – Orange Label
The Major Diatonic is the standard Blues tuning and may be played in the 1st & 2nd Positions (Straight Harp & Cross Harp).
The Major Diatonic Harmonica was originally intended for playing simple Folk music of the nineteenth century and its notation layout was adequate for that purpose. The Major Diatonic harmonica is the most commonly used tuning for playing Blues, Rock, Country Folk & Jazz.
Several other manufacturers, using various names stamped on their cover plates, for marketing purposes, have the exact same notation layout as a Lee Oskar Major Diatonic harmonica.
The original style of playing, known as 1st Position (Straight Harp), is suitable for playing simple melodies, Folk music and various other types of music that call for melody lines, along with some chords. 1stPosition (Straight Harp), is still used by many players today, but due to its simplicity of sound, it is not as popular as 2nd Position (Cross Harp).
The evolution of music introduced Blues, Rock and Country and along with these new forms of music came the need for greater expression. Harmonica players began to experiment and found that when they primarily used the inhale (draw) notes, a different kind of sound was provided. This resulted in a new and more fluid style of playing, known as 2nd Position (Cross Harp). 90% of today’s players use 2nd Position for Blues, Rock, Country & Pop music.
2nd Position (Cross Harp), is a Blues scale that offers a more expressive and soulful sound. Many of the draw reeds can be bent (a technique used to change the pitch of a note).
Each harmonica comes with a custom Mick Jagger branded case.
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