Suzuki Harpmaster MR-200 includes Free USA Shipping
Wow these Suzuki Harpmasters are nice. What a tone for such a low cost harmonica. If you are starting out or just need a high quality harmonica without going broke, try the Harpmaster.
Best seller!!! Traditionally Designed with all Harpists in Mind The Harpmaster features an easy to play, free blowing design with its solid ABS comb and focused note holes. The bendable laser tuned phosphor bronze reeds produce the clarity and rich, mellow tones you would expect from much more expensive harmonicas. The classically shaped reed covers offer the look and feel of the traditional harmonica and they are built from durable polished stainless steel. The Harpmaster will provide you with years of proven performance. The Harpmaster includes a hard shell carrying case.
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Having played Harp for 49 years, I've gone through hundreds of harmonicas. I remember the days when only one brand was available, and there was a good chance you would open a new harp and find out it was not even playable. So when new brands began to show up I was happy to give them a shot! I tried a lot of them. And I found some great ones! But now there are so many good harmonicas out there it's become a matter of return on investment. In my opinion the Suzuki Harpmaster is the best harp for the money. I was (pardon the pun) blown away by the tone and impressed by the responsiveness and durability of the reeds. The Harpmaster performs like a harps that cost $20-$30 more. If you are a working musician, maintaining 36 harps. That's roughly a savings $700 to a $1000 bucks. Which equates to a couple of microphones or a new amp! So give em a try! I'm pretty sure you'll be switching just like I did.
I have the HarpMaster, BluesMaster and Manji, as well as Hohner, and Lee Oskar. The HarpMaster is my go to harmonica. Plays great, has a great tone, easy to bend and very responsive. Highly recommended.