Blues Harp

A diatonic 10 hole harmonica, also known as a blues harp, is the most widely known type of harmonica. The Blues harp can only play in one key, so we have many models each available in many keys like e.g. C,G,A,D,E,F,Bb,B,F#,Eb,Ab,Db,HiG,LowF. Most used keys are C, G, and A.

Suzuki Manji M-20 diatonic Harmonica - 7 pcs.

Suzuki Manji M-20 Standard diatonic Harmonica - 7 pcs. set incl. bag

Revolutionary, perfection, workmanship and tradition, this Manji M-20 blues harp has it all. Don`t it now!
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3.229,00  DKK
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The standard 10 hole diatonic harmonica, or blues harp, is designed to allow a player to play chords and melody in a single key. Because of that, the blues harp harmonicas are available in many keys normally between 12-14 keys. ( 12 major keys and High G and Low F )

Basically, there are two different types of harmonics, the diatonic, which is tuned in one key, and the chromatic harp where you can play all 12 keys.
Bravo Musik have a wide selection of both types, and if you are unsure which type to choose, we can help with advice and guidance.

Models from Suzuki harmonica like the Bluesmaster, Harpmaster, Promaster, Manji, Olive, Overdrive, Hammond and the luxurious Fabulous all comes in many various keys. Suzuki harmonicas are made in Japan at the highest quality level.

Many famous musicians such as Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan all play the harmonica.

See also the notation chart - click here