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Harmo Polar Harmonica

$39.97

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Polar Harmonica by Harmo diatonic harmonica

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Polar Harmonica by Harmo®

 

Amazing, Versatile, Stylish


The Polar uses an in-house-specific process that makes it particularly well adjusted for blues, folk, country, rock, and funk, giving you great projection, airtightness and a good starting overblow-friendly setup. Full and loud tone with fast response. The Polar’s white matt covers are a unique feature that will make you stand out in the crowd.


The Polar Diatonic harmonica by Harmo® comes in all 12 keys: C, Db, D, Eb, E, F, F#, G, Ab, A, Bb, and B.

 

A sturdy zipper case keeps the dust out and allows moisture to evaporate. A wiping cloth is included.

Styles Blues
Level Beginner
Holes 10 hole harmonica
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One of the easiest to blow and draw low & high not
Les B. on 10/20/2018 These polar harmonicas are my favorite. If you're into Blues you know how hard the 1, 2 & 3 - 8-9-10 notes are to blow individually, especially by someone who is not an experienced player. I've found the Polars (any key) are the easiest for me to play.
Makes holes 1,2,3--8,9,10 the easiest of any harp
Les B. on 10/04/2018 This is the easiest harmonica to play I have owned. The low notes have always been challenging but not with this one. I can get a clear blow-draw on 1,2,3 and 8,9,10. Overall pure tones, and an easy blow. I have fourteen harmonica's, but none of them are as easy as this Polar.
Harmo Polar Harmonica - Tonalité : C
philippe c. on 09/25/2018 Bonne prise en main . Son clair et puissant . Joli capot .
great
theodore f. on 07/27/2018 best buy for tone and quality
Awesome!
Andrew F. on 07/19/2018 Fantastic build quality with perfect sound. I love this harmonica! Customer service is the best!!!
Polar
philippe c. on 05/15/2018 Super look Super son Super prix !
Polar
philippe c. on 05/15/2018 Super look Super son Super prix !
Would strongly recommend
Arthur S. on 05/05/2018

I like these harmonicas. They were in tune when I got them. It's my habit to take them apart, run a very thin metal blade along each side of each reed and then reassemble the harmonicas, being sure to tighten every screw. In some cases, I replace cheap screws with better ones from a stock of same I keep handy. With the Harmo-Polars, I was so reassured by the trueness of the reeds during visual inspection that I did not fully disassemble. Instead, I just checked the plate screws and found them to all already be tight. The cover screws got an extra quarter turn each, but these really could have been played right out of the box. They are excellent for solo harmonica/vocal work, both because the phosphor reeds ring out for just long enough to keep the music going until I start singing. In ensemble playing, I find that they help with my solos, because the instruments are heavy and responsive and talk back to the player the way all really good instruments do, giving subtle puffs of air and/or resistance that suggest improv passages to me. In short, these harmonicas have a lot of personality. At the same time, because I am comfortable doing some maintenance on my harmonicas, I do have to say that I could have bought seven Easttop T-008swith welded reeds for about the same price I paid for four Harmo Polars, and with a little prep, they would treat me just as well after my usual initial tweaking. For most players, who want to play a harmonica right out of the box, Harmo Polars are a fantastic choice. For me, they are almost fantastic. I could never say I regret purchasing them, and I would recommend them to any diatonic player.

Would strongly recommend
Arthur S. on 05/05/2018

I like these harmonicas. They were in tune when I got them. It's my habit to take them apart, run a very thin metal blade along each side of each reed and then reassemble the harmonicas, being sure to tighten every screw. In some cases, I replace cheap screws with better ones from a stock of same I keep handy. With the Harmo-Polars, I was so reassured by the trueness of the reeds during visual inspection that I did not fully disassemble. Instead, I just checked the plate screws and found them to all already be tight. The cover screws got an extra quarter turn each, but these really could have been played right out of the box. They are excellent for solo harmonica/vocal work, both because the phosphor reeds ring out for just long enough to keep the music going until I start singing. In ensemble playing, I find that they help with my solos, because the instruments are heavy and responsive and talk back to the player the way all really good instruments do, giving subtle puffs of air and/or resistance that suggest improv passages to me. In short, these harmonicas have a lot of personality. At the same time, because I am comfortable doing some maintenance on my harmonicas, I do have to say that I could have bought seven Easttop T-008swith welded reeds for about the same price I paid for four Harmo Polars, and with a little prep, they would treat me just as well after my usual initial tweaking. For most players, who want to play a harmonica right out of the box, Harmo Polars are a fantastic choice. For me, they are almost fantastic. I could never say I regret purchasing them, and I would recommend them to any diatonic player.

Would strongly recommend
Arthur S. on 05/05/2018

I like these harmonicas. They were in tune when I got them. It's my habit to take them apart, run a very thin metal blade along each side of each reed and then reassemble the harmonicas, being sure to tighten every screw. In some cases, I replace cheap screws with better ones from a stock of same I keep handy. With the Harmo-Polars, I was so reassured by the trueness of the reeds during visual inspection that I did not fully disassemble. Instead, I just checked the plate screws and found them to all already be tight. The cover screws got an extra quarter turn each, but these really could have been played right out of the box. They are excellent for solo harmonica/vocal work, both because the phosphor reeds ring out for just long enough to keep the music going until I start singing. In ensemble playing, I find that they help with my solos, because the instruments are heavy and responsive and talk back to the player the way all really good instruments do, giving subtle puffs of air and/or resistance that suggest improv passages to me. In short, these harmonicas have a lot of personality. At the same time, because I am comfortable doing some maintenance on my harmonicas, I do have to say that I could have bought seven Easttop T-008swith welded reeds for about the same price I paid for four Harmo Polars, and with a little prep, they would treat me just as well after my usual initial tweaking. For most players, who want to play a harmonica right out of the box, Harmo Polars are a fantastic choice. For me, they are almost fantastic. I could never say I regret purchasing them, and I would recommend them to any diatonic player.

Would strongly recommend
Arthur S. on 05/05/2018

I like these harmonicas. They were in tune when I got them. It's my habit to take them apart, run a very thin metal blade along each side of each reed and then reassemble the harmonicas, being sure to tighten every screw. In some cases, I replace cheap screws with better ones from a stock of same I keep handy. With the Harmo-Polars, I was so reassured by the trueness of the reeds during visual inspection that I did not fully disassemble. Instead, I just checked the plate screws and found them to all already be tight. The cover screws got an extra quarter turn each, but these really could have been played right out of the box. They are excellent for solo harmonica/vocal work, both because the phosphor reeds ring out for just long enough to keep the music going until I start singing. In ensemble playing, I find that they help with my solos, because the instruments are heavy and responsive and talk back to the player the way all really good instruments do, giving subtle puffs of air and/or resistance that suggest improv passages to me. In short, these harmonicas have a lot of personality. At the same time, because I am comfortable doing some maintenance on my harmonicas, I do have to say that I could have bought seven Easttop T-008swith welded reeds for about the same price I paid for four Harmo Polars, and with a little prep, they would treat me just as well after my usual initial tweaking. For most players, who want to play a harmonica right out of the box, Harmo Polars are a fantastic choice. For me, they are almost fantastic. I could never say I regret purchasing them, and I would recommend them to any diatonic player.

Joe S.
Joseph S. on 04/02/2018 I have now purchased two Harmo Polar harmonicas in keys C & A. I find both harmonicas to be very comfortable and responsive. However, the paint on both harmonicas comes off on your hands while playing. Stop painting the harmonica if it will come off. Some buyers won't give you a second chance.
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Michael Y. on 03/22/2018 Quick receipt of a great instrument. Thank you
Mr. Joseph Suarez
Joseph S. on 02/01/2018

The Polar harmonica harmonica is very comfortable with very good tone. It is airtight and easy to blow and bend.

The bomb
Philippe F. on 09/21/2017 Never heard of this brand and decided to give it a shot. I love it. Two songs that I battle solos with our fiddle player. I totally going to get more keys and try the other one they sell.
Excellent powerful blues harp
Samuel L. on 03/17/2017 Loud and clear. Use it for my acoustic duo all the time, sounds pure and is easy to bend + everybody asks me what it is.
Beats my Special 20 and Marine Band
Georges L. on 04/15/2017 Bought it for the look, those white covers are really cool ! I was surprised how loud this harmonica is beats my Hohners and is super easy to play.
  

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