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Susan SJul 16, 2012 7:39 AM GMT
Please help! I'm a complete newbie.
I've got a vintage 24 hole Hohner Seductora (given to my son from his grandfather), and I'd like to get a layout for it. The only ones I can find on the net are for harmonicas in the key of C, but mine has a big F on it, so i'm assuming it's in the key of F? And once I know the notes, does this mean that he can learn easy songs in the key of C? Or am I totally confused after too many hours spent staring at my computer screen?
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I'm no harp expert, but I found a picture of your harp and it appears to be 28 holes (2 rows of 14). Also, here is a nice page that talks about HohnerOCTAVE TUNED HARMONICAS.
Hope this helps!
it is in the key of "F" so you should be able to play simple melodies in that key.
F, G, A, B flat, C, D, E, F
so this gives the C layout start where the C is in the layout, and put in the F so C=F, D=G, E=A etc...
Octave 24 reed
Simplified layout for Unsere Lieblinge 24 in C.