Suzuki Humming Tremolo SU-21H includes Free USA Shipping

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These are the keys that Suzuki USA offers. From Lowest to highest D, Dm, G, Gm, A, A#/Bb, Am, C

Please keep in mind some companies use C# to label as Db of course they are the same. Same with A# and Bb.

The new Suzuki Humming, Deluxe Tremolo Harmonica is a superb example of state of the art technology that produces a beautiful old world sound.

Tremolo harmonicas are diatonic models constructed with double holes, each containing two reeds tuned to the same note. Each reed is tuned slightly higher than the other and when played together, this slight difference in tuning creates a beautiful vibrato or tremolo sound. "C" positions are marked on the comb for easy reference during performances.

Many different kinds of gospel and old world music sound wonderful using tremolo style harmonicas. This one just makes them sound that much better.

Comes with a case.


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Rob Sawyer
Very very nice!

Started taking tremolo a bit more seriously after a recent visit to Ireland, and checking out Tony Eyers' approach to Irish music on tremolo. A while ago I bought a C Suzuki 2-Timer from Rockin' Ron (24-hole), and have been enjoying it. When the A Humming Tremolo showed up at a discounted sale price, I couldn't resist. The Humming is one that Tony Eyers recommends, and now I know why. While the 2-Timer is a great harp (and a really good value), even at full price the Humming is wonderful. More comfortable to play, and great sound. And 21 holes is plenty for almost any type of music. Add to that: I'm primarily a blues player (diatonic and chromatic), and have begun experimenting with 3rd position blues on tremolo. When used on a blues tune, the tremolo has a "What the heck was that?!?" sound that stands out. Thanks, Suzuki!

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Rex
Humming Tremolo

Nice harp. Held together with screws. Comes apart easy for cleaning or small adjustments. Tuning is acceptable out of the box but not perfect in the highest register. I have a D and G. The D is in the same range as a low D diatonic. Good for traditional, folk,Celtic, and hymns. Ron has the best price on a genuine Suzuki and most of the harps in my videos came from Ron. Never had to send one back. You can hear mine at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWkxL5IsiA6wpb-9hTP5NfQ/videos
80 videos there with some instruction and demos. Also some audio at: https://soundcloud.com/tremolo-rex
Just demo stuff, not pro quality. I'm just a hobby player.