HOHNER DIATONIC HARMONICAS DESCRIPTION
A harmonica is one of the easiest and most forgiving instruments to play - you always get a great sounding chord. Wood body gives a warm, sweet sound. Ten holes (20 reeds) - the 4 middle holes comprise a complete octave. The reeds on a diatonic harmonica are tuned to produce the natural notes of a scale without the sharps and flats. Harmonicas are a staple in blues, folk, rock and country music, and Hohner has set the standard for quality and sound since Matthias Hohner first made harmonicas in Germany in 1857.