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Founded in 1857, HOHNER -- the world's biggest manufacturer of harmonicas --has proudly maintained a tradition of high quality instrument making. Tireless investment in research and development, combined with knowledge that has been cultivated for decades, insures high quality standards -- both now and in the future. By working in close co-operation with the most renowned professional harmonica players, they ensure that their instruments remain on the cutting edge of the industry. Hohner's long standing dedication to harmonica excellence has inspired a loyal following among players from all walks of life; young and old, amateur and professional.
Lee Oskar is most popularly known as one of the founding members of the seminal jam band WAR. Driven by his unique style and demand for quality, Lee set out to make a better instrument and decided to partner with Tombo of Japan, one of the oldest and most respected harmonica manufacturers in the world. With Lee’s pioneering ideas and Tombo’s uncompromising manufacturing process, the Lee Oskar Harmonica was born in 1983.
Established in 1847 by Christian August Seydel factory in Klingenthal, Germany. Today, C.A.Seydel Söhne is the oldest harmonica factory in the world still in operation. Even more remarkable, all the instruments are still handmade today in Klingenthal.
Established in 1953, the very first product line ever produced by Suzuki Musical Instruments was the harmonica. In continuous production and development ever since, Suzuki Harmonicas have become the most technically advanced harmonicas in the World. All Suzuki Harmonicas feature laser reed tuning with specially developed reeds that produce the widest choice of sound timbres within any harmonica line. Suzuki designed some models with an all new machined alloy body that not only controls expansion due to heat and moisture, but works to amplify and project the harmonica sound qualities.
|Basic Harmonica Definitions||How A Harmonica Works||Parts of A Harmonica|
|How To Hold A Harmonica||How To Breathe Properly||Bending Notes|
|Notes of a "C Key" Harmonica||Playing An Embouchure||Playing Chords|