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Ted LMay 31, 2011 7:38 PM GMT
About 30 years ago I used to have a 10 (or maybe 12) hole Chromatic tuned harp that had
NO SLIDE bar. Does any body remember that type harp?
Does anyone make something like that today
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10-hole chromatic? Are you sure that isn't a diatonic? Perhaps with a special tuning?
I can Google 16-hole harmonica and find several without a slide, but 12-hole harps seem to have a slide. Also, 14-hole units can be found w/o a slide.
Hopefully, one of the more experienced members know what you need.
Honher 36460 soloist is the 12 hole model you are talking about diatonic harmonica tuned the same way as a chromatic.
The original version of the 364S used to be the Marine Band Soloist/School Band model, which was discontinued in 1975 and the 364S is an inferior replacement when compared to the original, which I have two of and they're not for sale.
My first harmonica was a twelve hole soloist. It came in a box with a record by Chamber Huang on how to play the harmonica.