Kongsheng Ting 10 hole Diatonic Harmonica Revolutionary Process Line System includes Free USA Shipping


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KONGSHENG KS-10BH TINGHARP 10 Holes Blues Harmonica designed for people range from professional performer to beginners, its cover made by stainless steel, while the comb made by resin. A solid structure brings excellent air tightness. Import phosphor bronze reeds guarantee the sound quality. In a word, this is a harmonica with excellent appearance and sound quality.

10 Holes Blues Harmonica staccato skills:
Making a snare with your tongue is simpler and more practical than controlling breathing. So here to teach you several kinds of staccato skills. Just like speaking, when playing, try: "ta-ta-ta" or "cha-cha-cha", "da-da-da", "ba-ba-ba", "la-la-la "Or "ka-ka-ka" Making these different sound effects requires the tongue to "sit out" different "positions," and many harmonica artists use sound effects of "da", "ka", and "ta" better.

Inhalation practice:
The opposite of the previous exercise. All the sounds that were blown were changed to sounds that were absorbed, and the sounds that were sounded were changed to blown sounds. Do not use the nose when inhaling.

Features of 10 Holes Blues Harmonica
Body Material: Resin
Number of Holes: 10
Pronunciation Method: Diatonic
Type: Blues Harp
Cover Material: Stainless steel
Model Number: KS-10BH
Reed Material: Phosphor Bronze
Dimensions: 103X30X22 MM
Reedplate material: Brass
Accessories List: 1 cleaning cloth / 1 Box

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Love harmonica

Bob G
Best kept secret

This harp is Kongsheng’s best kept secret. Excellent harp, great price. No reason not to have a bunch. It mimics a Suzuki Manji. The harp is tin sandwich style so the reed plates create a metal rail along top and bottom of the comb. I much prefer recessed reed plates but the excellent construction of this harp and its great sound add up to a great choice for beater/practice harps.

Better Than Expected

For the money these Ting Harps are tough to beat. Like most of them that are twice the price they play a whole lot better with a bit of setup, but short of buying custom harps these days that’s the way of it. Would I be happy having these in my regular kit? Sure enough. Are they pro level? Not quite, but they’re certainly good enough to get you up to an intermediate level. The reeds are welded rather than riveted so they may be a bit more robust than some other harps should you accidentally drop one.

Chris W
Excellent choice for back ups in your gig bag!

Surprisingly great harps, even out of the box. Nice flat comb and reed plates, even fairly consistent reed gaps. I've one in D, Bb, and G and they don't disappoint. Loud, responsive and a surprisingly great tone.

Steve Tindall
TinG Harp

I have 3 TinG harps from RockinRons~~ They are a good harp~~I have 2 Baby Fat harps they are great, fun to play~~I've been playing harmonica since a Hohner harp was a $5.00 purchase, long time ago! It is good that there are more & more resources to choose from when buying a harmonica~~So far I'm pleased with the quality & sound of the Kongsheng harps~~Now I'm going to try the Mars harp!