Seydel Session Steel - Seydel Diatonic Harmonicas
- Stainless steel coverplates rounded at the mouthpiece
- ABS comb with recessed German Silver reedplates
- Stainless steel rivets and screws
The Seydel Session Steel is a perfect harmonica for playing blues songs. This harmonica is an updated and improved version of the Seydel Session, a must-have for every blues player.
Description: Seydel Session Steel
Sounds stronger. Lives longer.
The Seydel Session Steel is an enhanced blues harmonica, featuring corrosion-free stainless steel reeds, ergonomic and smooth covers, and an orange plastic comb.
This harmonic is the upgraded brand new version of the successful Seydel Session Harmonica, patiently and carefully redesigned for a bold new look, quite superior playability and a fantastic sound. Those reeds provide the best, clearest, fullest sound, that can compete against the 1847 models.
As a part of the upgraded design, the shape of the harmonica has been updated to be lip-friendlier.
The highly accurate, carefully adjusted German Silver reedplates of the Seydel Session Steel harmonica are a guarantee of heavenly sounds. This harmonica is suited for all kind of players, from beginners to experienced. You can easily play classics of blues country and folk music with it.
An up to five times longer playing life compared to models with brass reeds!
The Seydel Session Steel comes with a convenient genuine leather pouch.
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- 10 hole harmonica
You advertise this harmonica as a LOW GB, but when you get it it?s a LOW F#. When inquiring about it your service department Just says that a LF# is the same as a LGb. Misrepresentation as far as I?m concerned!
Gb and F# are indeed the same note and key, Low G is not the same as Low F#, Low Gb and Low F# are identical just 2 different ways of naming the same key.
Was really impressed with the speed with which the harmonica was sent. Shipped the same day! This is rare today with online orders. The harmonica is?nice to play. Thought there might be a difference between the brass vs steel reeds. There is no difference ! They don't sound or play better.
I think stainless steel reeds are not better than other material. I have phosphore bronze ones that play much better. Holes are wider than my other harmonicas and I don't like it.
Made in Germany is not as good as it used to be. Broke 2 Stainless steel reeds in the first month ...