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Hohner 364 24 Marine Band 12 Hole Harmonica (Key of C)

Conceived as a simple instrument for folk songs, the Marine Band has played a vital role in the development of the blues, folk, rock and pop music.

SKU: H364C-P

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MSRP: Old Price $85.00 Discounted Price $59.99 Save : $25.01 (29%)
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Internationally recognized by performers for its beauty and simplicity, this is the most favored and famous series of harmonicas in the world. When Sonny Boy Williamson II played his well known piece ”Bye Bye Bird“, the harmonica he used was a model called the 'Echo Vamper'. This was the British version of the Marine Band 364 offered here, the construction of which has not changed since (with the exception of the cover engravings). Features finely chrome-plated heavy convex covers and a distinctive pearwood comb. 12 holes for extended range.

Features
• Tonal range extended upwards
• Pearwood comb
• Stainless steel covers mounted with screws
• 24 Classic reeds / 12 channels
• 0.9 mm brass reed plates, mounted with nails
• Made in Germany

Due to health regulations this item cannot be returned.

Things You Will Get:

  • Harmonica
  • case

Can't go wrong with the 364

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The 364 has a rich deep sound which is great for the Blues. Sonnyboy Williamson (or Rice Miller) used an Echo harp and the 364 has the same sound. It has a wooden comb and fun to play. This was my first harmonica that I bought about 15 years ago cause I wanted that Sonnyboy sound. You need a little more air to play it unlike a regular diatonic but the warm sound that comes out of it makes it worth having.

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Series Marine Band
Model 364/24
Warranty Info:

364 24 Marine Band 12 Hole Harmonica (Key of C)

Hohner harmonicas are warranted to be free from manufacturing defects and properly tuned at the time of purchase. Any instrument found to contain manufacturing defects or other noticeable imperfections will be, at Hohner's option, repaired or replaced at no charge providing the harmonica is shipped prepaid to the Hohner Service Center.