Review on the Suzuki Manji Harmonica!

Hello Harmonica Lovers!

I’m going to be talking about a revolutionary new designed harmonica called the Suzuki  Manji, named after the founder of Suzuki harmonicas “Mr. Manji Suzuki”now in his late 80’s is still very active in the design of new technology for harmonicas.

Because Mr. Manji put his name on this harmonica he feels that this is going to be one of the best designed and performing harmonicas on the market for the 21st century. The tone and power of this instrument is huge in the past to create an instrument that had this much power while enabling the bent notes to be played with ease I would spent an hour custom tuning this harmonica.

    Big tone and volume usually results in a loss of sensitivity making it difficult to bend the reeds with ease. With its cutting edge technology the Suzuki Manji is the first high end instrument that I have played out of the box that you can achieve the perfect balance between, power and responsiveness but still has a warm sound to it. With rounded cover plates to make it comfortable on your mouth when playing it and is weather resistant because of the unique resin comb design it is not affected by moisture or heat it comes with Laser tuned phosphor bronze reeds resulting in no swelling or shrinking of the reeds.

I’m pretty sure you’ll be delighted with how easy this harmonica is to bend notes (including over-blowing) while maintaining a rich tone. This is a harmonica that I would recommend for beginners to professionals. This harmonica is one of the harmonicas I use in my performances.

At the end of the day there is no “best harmonica” It really comes down to personal preference and choice. The Suzuki Manji is well worth considering as one of your choices you can purchase a Suzuki Manji Harmonica from my website through amazon and get a better price and shipped straight to you. You can purchase a Suzuki Manji right here>suzuki manji harmonicas .

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Advanced Technology and Classic Style

The all new Suzuki Manji Harmonica has advanced technology and functional beauty that are combined in this stunning 10 hole diatonic harmonica.

“Mr. Manji Suzuki” started with a single hand-built model 70 years ago and has built Suzuki up into one of the world’s premier harmonica manufacturers.

Harmonicas are “Mr. Suzuki’s” passion and his life’s work.

Have you ever heard of the Suzuki Manji Harmonica?

Have you ever played a Suzuki Manji Harmonica?

What kind of Harmonica do you play?

Why do you like that Harmonica?

Would you consider trying a Suzuki Manji 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.

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Have a blessed day!


4 thoughts on “Review on the Suzuki Manji Harmonica!

  1. Hi Larry I found your site to be quite interesting. Years ago when we would have a family get together at one of the holidays my godfather would play the harmonica. He was quite good at it even though he never played with a band just did his thing. He would be amazed today at what is available

    1. Hi Maureen, Thank you for looking at my website, and your kind comments. Yes your Godfather would be amazed at how everything has changed over the years with harmonicas. If you ever need anything, to do with harmonicas, you know where to look now.

      Have a blessed day!


  2. I have seen Suzuki harmonicas being displayed in some music stores, but I’ve never actually tried one myself. I bought a Hohner harmonica, probably because it’s the cheapest around.

    I don’t think I’ve seen the Suzuki Manji before, but after reading your review on it, I’ll definitely keep a lookout for it on my next trip to the music stores. How much does it normally cost anyway?

    Thanks for the review!

    1. Hi Farhan, Yes the Suzuki Manji is a really good harmonica, they cost around $52. Thanks for reading my review. If you ever need help with anything to do with harmonicas, or harmonica gear, please let me know.

      Have a blessed night!


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