Harmonica Set For Beginners

Why You Need A Harmonica Set

A begining harmonica player who has mastered the nack of nailing a single note now needs a harmonica set. Chances are you already have a diatonic harmonica in the key of ‘C’. Whilst there are advanced players who can get a full chromatic scale out of one ‘C’ harmonica this requires a lot of skill and is generally impractical, but for a modest outlay compared to buying any other form of instrument …

Less than £50 gives you the ability to jam with most Rock Folk and Blues pieces of music.

harmonica set for beginners

The harmonica set below is a budget set…

but is produced by Hohner (They have been making harmonicas since the mid nineteenth century). The 7 harmonicas are in the following keys G, A, Bflat, C, D, E, F in the first position. When played cross harp this will give you the keys of D, E, F, G, A, B, C. No harmonica will last forever but with a little care and attention (see the post on harmonica maintenance) they will serve as a great collection which you can build on.

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