Bass & Chord Harmonicas

Exclusive Suzuki bass and chord harmonicas are for the more professional harmonica musician, and are primarily designed for use in ensemble playing. The Suzuki SSCH-56 Compact Chord harmonica is a 48-chord harmonica built in a 14-hole chromatic harmonica enclosure

Suzuki Bass Chromatic Harmonica - Model S-48B
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Suzuki Bass Chromatic Harmonica - Model S-48B

The Suzuki S-48B is a light weight model bass chromatic harmonica that can play the same bass range as a cello.
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8.813,00  DKK
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Suzuki BCH-48 Bass Chord Harmonica
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Suzuki BCH-48 Bass Chord Harmonica

This 24 chords BCH-48 bass harmonica enable the player to access a full range of sound.
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11.836,00  DKK
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 Suzuki SCH-48 Chord Harmonica
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Suzuki SCH-48 Chord Harmonica - 192 holes

This harmonica is able to produce as many as 48 chords from 192 top and bottom row holes.
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12.914,00  DKK
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The chord harmonica has up to 48 chords: major, seventh, minor, augmented and diminished for ensemble playing. It is laid out in four-note clusters, each sounding a different chord on inhaling or exhaling. Typically each hole has two reeds for each note, tuned to one octave of each other. However, less expensive models often have only one reed per note. Quite a few orchestra harmonicas are also designed to serve as both bass and chord harmonica, with bass notes next to chord groupings. There are also other chord harmonicas, such as the Chordomonica (which operates similar to a chromatic harmonica), and the junior chord harmonicas (which typically provide six chords).

The Suzuki SSCH-56 Compact Chord harmonica is a 48-chord harmonica built in a 14-hole chromatic harmonica enclosure. The first three holes play a major chord on blow and draw, with and without the slide. Holes 2, 3, and 4 play a diminished chord; holes 3, 4, and 5 play a minor chord; and holes 4, 5, and 6 play an augmented, for a total of sixteen chords. This pattern is repeated starting on hole 5, a whole step higher; and again starting on hole 9, for a total of 48 chords.