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The Dabell Natural Minor and Melody tuned harmonicas are labeled in 2nd position. Just like Lee Oskar harmonicas. Order the key of the song.




  • The Dabell Natural Minor and Melody tuned harmonicas are labeled in 2nd position.
  • Maple Wood Comb sealed with lacquer
  • Stainless Steel Covers
  • Brass Reedplates
  • Phosphor Bronze Reeds
  • Equal temperament 
  • Made in S korea

Also available in Harmonic Minor, Natural Minor and Melody tunings

The Dabell Natural Minor and Melody tuned harmonicas are labeled in 2nd position. 


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Martin Finch
Update D Harp Review

Benny Yoon is a good person. The D harp I bought may have been a one off. Upon hearing my concerns Benny and Ron acted promptly to make their customer whole. Benny sent me a replacement that plays way better than what I originally purchased. I’ve been playing long enough to remember when I would go to Manny’s music on 48st NYC and play 10 marine bands through the bellows to pick out one that sounded good. There were plenty of “clinkers” in the late 70s.

Thank you Benny and Ron for taking good care of your customers.

Good Rockin Marty

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martin finch
D Harp Leaky

Out of the box - D harp - stiff reeds, gapping needed work and still darn leaky - reed plates probably not straight - I bought a Low F and it is OK. But this D harp - wish I could return - waste of money. Note to self - Buy marine band deluxe.

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Jim McDonald
Dabell Noble low E

I received a replacement Noble in Low E. This one plays fine!!

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Jim McDonald (Sarge)
Dabell Noble low E

I am very disappointed in this harmonica. Upper register is very difficult to get the draw reeds to sound and the blow reeds are just as bad. It's not very air tight on the low side either. I have a couple of Dabell Contenders that are not bad, but this Noble was a waste of money,

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Dan
Best harmonica

This is the best harmonica I have used yet. I have many harmonicas, from hohner, Seydel, bushman, etc. And this is the best. The the wooden comb is absolutely comfortable. The stainless steel plates are very easy to hold. The notes are tight to play. This harmonica is great for blues. I would recommend it to anyone from beginner to advanced. It's easy to bend and it comes in so many different options of alternate tones that it's incredible. Please consider this harmonica, I love it.