More Images of Unique Harmonicas

240_F_2188273_OdSyEpZxh5BDNlnoLsOQwyrNPZFdNt© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation© Copyright 2012 CorbisCorporation© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporation© Copyright 2010 CorbisCorporationThere’s all kinds of shapes and brands of harmonicas. on this page I’m going to be sharing some of one of a kind harmonicas to crazy promotional images of harmonicas. Businesses have used harmonicas in ads and image promotions over the years. They even made harmonicas for presidents one of a kind which I show here. Coca Cola even used harmonicas for promotion ads. The Circus and  Movies  even find a way to promote harmonicas through gimmicks. A lot of the harmonicas are Hohner Harmonicas. There are other brands of harmonicas which I’ll touch on later on my website.

11 thoughts on “More Images of Unique Harmonicas

  1. Wow, what a cool site. I never knew that there were so many different kinds of harmonica. And, that there was so much history to them. I cant wait to see more.

  2. These are such beautiful images of harmonica’s, I never knew there came in so many different sizes and shapes.

    (I’ve yet to see an elephant play a harmonica, but I must say that would be quite the sight!)

    I feel harmonica’s would make great gifts for children and adults alike, I myself would be ecstatic with joy if someone gifted me with a banana harmonica! Your website is full of inspirations, thank you for a lovely little visit 🙂 Will be back again soon!

    ~ℜ

    1. Hi Rabbit, Thank you for your kind comments. I’m still in the process of Building my website there will be more to come. Please visit back some time.
      Thank you, Larry

  3. Hey Catfish, I’m a follower from SoundCloud. And an Adam Gussow diicsple. I also play Hohner Blues Harps and I have a tip about modifications to improve reed response. Almost to the point that it plays like a Golden Melody. Go get some 3M Micropore tape. Its like breathable first aide tape, found at the drug store. The tape I use is 1 1/8 inches wide. Take apart a harp and stick a strip of tape right on the reed plate surface between the reed plate and the comb. 1 1/8 inches is just shy of the width of the reed plate but thats OK try and get it across the middle. Now with an Exacto knife cut out around the reeds. The tape left between the reeds need only be as wide or slightly thinner as the comb finger. Both sides of course. Basically making a gasket to seal any air leaks. I’ve done this with all my Blues Harps and it has really transformed them. Oh ah don’t put the tape on the comb. You could ruin it with the exacto. Cut the tape around the reeds rivets or not. I haven’t noticed a difference.

    1. Hi, Thanks for visiting my site. Adam Gussow is a great Instructor check out Ronnie Shellist also.Thanks for the tip. Have a blessed day!
      Larry

  4. Hi Larry,

    First time I am seeing many different sizes and shapes of harmonicas. I enjoyed reading about harmonicas in your site. nicely organized and will be back again to your site to see new updates…

    Thanks,
    Ananda

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