Chromatic harmonica, professional standard.
• Large rectangular mouthpiece holes for optimized air flow.
• Holes have rounded off edges for lip and tongue friendly playing.
• 12 holes
• 48 reeds, fully valved
• Mouthpiece chrome plated
• Body brown-tinted acrylic
• Covers chrome
• Reedplates 1,0 mm
• Weight: 190 g (6.70 Oz)
• Measures: 158 x 36 x 30 mm, (6.22 x 1.417 x 1.181 inches)
Every harp player starts to look at the Chromatic sooner or later during his career. And after the first attempts he realizes, that this is a completely different instrument. Bending doesn't work anymore and the painful learned blow and draw procedures don't work on the Chromatic anymore. To avoid a complete new start this compromise here is available:A Chromatic harmonica in Richter tuning. From this layout are many layouts imaginable. We have decided to take this one, because we are convinced, that the tonal construction should be the same as on a classic 10-hole harp: Channel 1 is the basic note, but you normally play in the second position (root 2 draw)