Hello harmonica Lovers!
The hohner rocket harmonica is new to the harmonica scene and is an easy harmonica to play. The rocket has vented and opened cover plates and wider channels on the comb. It also only has cover plate screws towards the front- a Joe Filisko innovation that improves air tightness and makes it easier to play. The rocket is a new harmonica in the hohner family the rocket seems to just be an improved version of the special 20 with bigger gaping and a heavier feel brighter sound with more volume produced out of the harmonica they also come in colored combs which I show in a picture above. The Rocket is priced a little higher than the hohner special 20 because of the added construction features that it offers. Some harmonica players like the Hohner Crossover or the Original Marine band over the Hohner Rocket because of the softer tone that they produce compared to the hohner Rocket which has a brighter louder tone to it.
Below is a picture and description of the Hohner Rocket harmonica that you can purchase right here through my website by clicking on the highlighted link below
- comfortable in your hand
- heavier construction
- easy cover plate screws to remove
- brighter sound
- air vent on the sides
- open back cover plate
- when played softly the rocket is not as easy to play as some of the other hohner harmonicas
- priced a bit higher than some of the other hohner harmonicas
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