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Solo tuned harmonica

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Ray B
Feb 03, 2009 10:49 PM GMT

Which solo tuned harmonica would you recommend for air-tightness and good tone?

Which brand and model? Thanks

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Mar 10, 2009 7:45 AM GMT
Tony W Replied:


For air tightness I like the Seydel 1847. For tone, I hate to say it but.......guess where tone comes from....okay, I won't say it. But I am serious.


Mar 10, 2009 11:46 AM GMT
Elk River Replied:

You can get the 1847 solo tuned, but you gotta special order it. The main Solo tuned Seydel offering is the Solist Pro 12. There aren't a lot of keys available, until you get into special making stuff again. Seydel was working on expanding the Solist Pro 12 in all keys, but it got put on a backburner for making the 1847 available in all keys. I don't look for Seydel to revist it and make more keys standard for it, but I wouldn't be surprised (and this is just educated guessing on my part) to see an 1847 12-hole in 2010 or 2011.

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