Melodica

Melodica or Melodion and some even calls it a mouth keyboard, they are all the same instrument. It`s a very easy to play instrument for both adults and children. We have the Study-32 serie especially for children and also the Suzuki Pro-37V3 model for the more experienced.

Hammond PRO-44H Alto Elektric / Acoustic Melodion with bag
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Hammond PRO-44H Alto Electric / Acoustic Melodica

The first Melodica that incorporates a built-in Dynamic Microphone, an exceptional clear reed sound with H.D. Quality Sound reproduction
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7.005,00  DKK
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Hammond PRO-44HP Alto Elektric / Acoustic Melodion bag
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Hammond PRO-44HP High Power Alto Electric / Acoustic Melodica

Taking the 44H a step beyond, the 44HP has new reeds that give a brighter, louder sound.
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8.055,00  DKK
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Suzuki makes a wide range of melodica all acoustics.

Hammond makes melodica that both can play electric and acoustic with it`s built-in microphones, you can plug all Hammond Melodica directly into you amp, and start play with the band.

The melodica is a free-reed instrument similar to the pump organ and harmonica. It has a musical keyboard on top, and is played by blowing air through a mouthpiece that fits into a hole in the side of the instrument. Pressing a key opens a hole, allowing air to flow through a reed. The keyboard usually covers two or three octaves. Melodicas are small, light, and portable. They are popular in music education, especially in Asia.

The melodica was first used as a serious musical instrument in the 1960s by composers such as Steve Reich

Soprano and alto melodicas 

They are higher-pitched and thinner sounding than tenors. Some are designed to be played with both hands at once: the left hand plays the black keys, and the right hand plays the white keys. Others are played like the tenor melodica.

Tenor melodicas
Are a lower-pitched type of melodica. The left hand holds a handle on the bottom, and the right hand plays the keyboard. Tenor melodicas can be played with two hands by inserting a tube into the mouthpiece hole and placing the melodica on a flat surface.


Bass melodicas also exist, but are less common than other tenor, alto, and soprano.