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Hohner Kreuzwender C/D/F/G/A/B 288 Stimmen

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Product information - HOHNER KREUZWENDER C/D/F/G/A/B

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The Hohner Cross Turner Tremolo Sextet Harmonica is a stunning tremolo harmonica comprising 6 harmonicas, each in a different key (C, D, F, G, A, Bb) held together in one unit.

A unique tremolo harmonica consisting of six separate instruments held together by metal stars at the ends, giving it a form like a paddle wheel. Each individual harmonica is in a different key and can be selected according to the musical occasion simply by turning the wheel. Replacement harmonicas are available singly.

The tremolo harmonica‘s distinguishing feature is that it has two reeds per note, with one slightly sharp and the other slightly flat. This provides a unique wavering or warbling sound created by the two reeds being slightly out of tune with each other and the difference in their subsequent waveforms interacting with each other. These so called 2-voice instruments are ideally suitable for traditional folk music.

The main features of the Hohner Cross Turner Tremolo Sextet Harmonica include:

  • Tremolo Harmonica in C, D, F, G, A and Bb
  • Maple wood combs
  • 288 brass reeds
  • 0.9mm brass reed plates
  • Stainless steel covers

Features:

  • Manufacturer: Hohner
  • Weight (kg): 1.02
  • Reeds: 288
  • Housing Material: Metal

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