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layouts for octave harmonica

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Susan S
Jul 16, 2012 6:39 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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Jul 22, 2012 3:11 PM GMT
Mondo Replied:

Susan,

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!

Hohner Seductora



Jul 26, 2012 8:52 PM GMT
walterharp Replied:

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.

blow
E
G
C'
E'
G'
C"
hole No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
draw
G
B
D'
F'
A'
B'




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