Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hohner Crossover Harmonica!

Hello Harmonica Lovers,

(Hohner Marine Band Crossover)

The hohner crossover was patterned after the Original  Marine Band model 1896′ 10- hole diatonic most serious blues players favorite harp. The Hohner Crossover Harmonica  has a similar look as the model 1896′ but with a lot of upgrades through the years they have come up with a far superior instrument. Some of the differences are the cover plate made of stainless steel instead of metal that can rust. The cover plate is held by 4 screws and the reed plates is held by 3 screws with a bamboo laminated comb.

Here’s a example of a Hohner Crossover Harmonica if you would like to purchase one you can do that by clicking on the highlighted text above that says (Hohner Crossover Harmonica)


Hohner Crossover Harmonica

The surface is sealed with a sealant to make it moisture resistant and easy to play right out of the box this makes bends and over blows easier for you but you might need to tweak it for the upper scales on the over blows but that’s all. It comes in a nice zipper case to protect your harmonica. A lot of the  harmonica players are switching over to the crossover even famous  instructors are using them in their teachings the quality, response, tone and play ability is a lot better and last longer also the hohner crossover is able to play all the styles blues,  country, rock, folk, Jazz & classical that why it’s labeled a “Specialty Harmonica.” they cost a little more than the marine brand and the blue midnight but well worth the investment.

They are retail ($80 – $100) But if you purchase them from my site thru amazon $60 which is a savings for you!

Check out this video on the Hohner Crossover vs Hohner Blue Midnight!

 

Please let me know what you think about the Hohner Crossover Harmonica?

Have you ever played a Hohner Crossover Harmonica?

What do you like the best about the Crossover?

Would you consider purchasing a Hohner Crossover  through my website?

I would love to get your feedback on this please leave any comments or questions below and I will reply back as soon as possible.

Thanks for visiting my website please come back in the future as I’m always adding new and exciting content!

larry@allaboutharmonicas.com


Have a blessed day!

larry@allaboutharmonicas.com

Larry

The color midnight blue harmonica!

Hello Harmonica Lover,

199a8cd9c8a32b0b7586d6e63f5d0bc9 “Blue Midnight Harmonica”                                                                                    

I’m going to be talking about a new  hohner harmonica called the hohner blue midnight harmonica  the comb is the color midnight blue which gives it a flashy look and is great for playing the blues with it patterned after one the most famous blues players “Little Walter” makes easy to bend right out of the box it is also a 10-hole diatonic that has great tone and volume and the cover plates can be easily removed for cleaning or tweaking  the reeds to come up with your own tuning. I also use it in my personal performances with the new country music that we play in our shows. They seem to have the tone I’m looking for in the music versus the Hohner Special 20 harmonica which I also use in some of the new country songs that we do. The blue midnight harmonica is a great buy for beginners and advanced players this harmonica has 4 out of 5 stars that’s excellent and is affordable and has great quality and sound especially when put it through a microphone. The only drawback is it’s not as airtight as the Hohner Special 20 and not as easy on the mouth as the comb is rougher than the hohner special 20.

Have you ever seen a Hohner Blue Midnight harmonica?

Have you ever played a Hohner Blue Midnight harmonica?

What kind of harmonica do you play?

Do you like the Hohner Blue midnight harmonica?

I would love to get your feedback on this please leave any comments or questions below and I will reply as soon as possible.

Thank you for visiting my website please come back in the future as I’m always adding  new and exciting content!

Please let me know what you thought of the video above?

 

(Hohner 595BX-A Blue Midnight)

 

 

larry@allaboutharmonicas.com

Have a blessed day!

Larry