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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
You WIll Huff and Puff
By L. Bullock
I can now see why people refer to the volume of these. While you may save some money on an "around the house practice" harmonica, you will blow until you're blue in the face trying to get a decent volume out. That said, this is a serviceable harmonica and what do you want for about six bucks with shipping anyway? For the stage, I'll stick to the pricier Hohner Marine Band, Special 20 or Blues Harp (although Blues Harps notoriously go sprung really easily--because the reeds are thinner for you to bend those notes).
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Great buy, It far exceeds what the purchase price
By Amazon Customer
Admittedly, wasn't sure what I was going to get with this purchase given the price. When I opened the box and unwrapped it I was surprised by the quality. Then I grabbed a Hohner Standby that I had on the table. Gee whiz, it look just like it. So I am almost willing to bet they are the same product. There are no dead reeds and it has some volume. The Hohner Standby was a lemon. I am very impressed. This makes a real nice back up harp or something for a beginner.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful. See all 47 customer reviews...
Doesn't get much better for the price.
By Rick F
I bought this for my 7 year old son for his birthday and he adores it. I Like that it's not a cheap sounding harmonica and hat he actually likes trying to learn how to play it. I will continue to buy different ones from this seller, as these are surely a great product to get behind. I recommend it to anyone with a young kid trying out something new.