Suzuki Harmonicas are made in different models like diatonic ( Blues Harp ),  chromatictremolobass, baritone, alto, soprano.
Suzuki Harmonicas are made in Japan, and are world-famous for there high quality and a wide-ranging of models and keys.

The harmonica, also known as a French harp or mouth organ, is a free reed wind instrument used worldwide in many genres.

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, Hi G, Low F. 
Most used keys are C, G, and A.

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Suzuki chromatic harmonicas are very high quality harps. Models like the SCX 48, 56, 64, Sirius S-48s, S-56s, S-64cGregoire Maret signature model G-48 and G-48w, are the perfect choice of a top brand chromatic harmonica. If you need a low price chromatic harp go for the Easttop Forerunner, Easttop King Dream or the Easttop EAP-12 or EAP16 Performer model.

​​​Tremolo harmonicas are a type of harmonica, distinct by having two reeds per note. In a tremolo harmonica the two reeds are tuned slightly off a reference pitch, one slightly sharp and the other slightly flat.

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

These harmonicas are specifically designed harmonicas for children. Size, choice of materials, design and construction make these harmonicas very easy to play and are the perfect choice for your child's first harp.

Blues harp harmonica packages in many different sizes. From 2 key packages up to 12 key packages.
Comes in all kind of keys link e.g. C, G, A, D, E, F, Bb, B, F#, Eb, Ab, Db, LF & HG.

The harmonica, also known as a French harp or mouth organ, is a free reed wind instrument used worldwide in many musical genres, notably in blues, American folk music, classical music, jazz, country, and rock and roll. 

Basically, there are two different types of harmonics - the diatonic, which is tuned in one note - and the chromatic where you can play all 12 tones.
Bravo musik have a wide selection of both types. The diatonic is the must used and easy to play, and the chromatic need a little more practice.

A harmonica is played by using the mouth (lips and tongue) to direct air into or out of one or more holes along a mouthpiece. Behind each hole is a chamber containing at least one reed, and when player`s air passes through, the reed will start vibrate to produce a sound.

If you want to start playing music without it having to be too difficult and it has to sound something, the harmonica is the right choice. It is an instrument that does not cost much, easy to carry around, adults and children can easily play on it.

The harmonica is probably best known as a blues instrument. If you are into blues, the harp is an obvious choice. Whatever blues genre you are into, you will enjoy a harmonica. The harp can easily play alone as a blues instrument, but can also play together with eg. a guitar.

Order your harmonica online today and we ship it within 24 hours, and in just a few days you will be able to start making your own blues, pop or jazz music.