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$30 · Harmonica (Hohner Blues Harp MS)
This made in Germany harmonica is in like new condition and comes in the original protective case.
The following description comes from the Hohner website (https://www.hohner.de/en/instruments/harmonicas/diatonic/ms-series/blues-harpr).
Model 532/20 MS C 10 Note Blues Harp made by Matth. Hohner, Germany. Comes with a sturdy case and instructions. Like new, used only a few times.
HOHNER -MS- Diatonic-Series The initials »MS« stand for Modular Systems, an integral concept in harmonica design from HOHNER. It consists of a coordinated system which allows for improved playing and handling and simplified maintenance. This modular concept also enables the player to customize the instrument to suit specific tonal or performance needs.
The HOHNER MS-Series is the product of the world's first fully automatic, computer controlled harmonica production line, which works with precision and consistency of quality unparalleled today.
Modular Conception: All components comb, reed plates and covers) are assembled with screws and are interchangeable with all HOHNER diatonic MS-models. All components may be purchased individually.
Design: New dimensions and new cover design improves the ergonomic handling, enhances the tonality and ensures the stability and integrity of the instrument.
Improved Reed Tolerance: Fully automatic production allows for a closer tolerance between the reed tongue and slot. The resulting increased compression guarantees improved response, higher volume and easier bending.
Optimal Tonality: Brilliant tone, outstanding response and long life are assured through the development of a new reed series with optimal reed profile and dimension throughout.
New Rivet System: Special formed rivets prevent distortion of the reed material during the riveting process. This in turn enables the reeds to maintain their correct pitch over a longer period of time.
Harp Case: The sturdy case fits easily in the pocket and provides good protection along with proper ventilation, allowing the instrument to dry out gradually after playing.
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|Posted||August 01, 2020|
|Expiry||August 31, 2020|