Harmo Polar Harmonica
- 10 hole harmonica
Best harmonica I've tried so far
I love the feel of it on my lips!
I bought a Bluesband harp out of curiosity to try it and see how I would like playing. It did it?s job but for a beginner it made you work for it. Tough on the mouth, difficult to get a good tone out of notes not knowing what they should really sound like being new to playing. I read about Harmo harps and ordered the Polar to give it a shot. What difference! With the smooth finish and tapered corners it?s easy to play/practice for hours if needed and even though new to this, hit good clean notes and hear your own progress. It builds confidence and makes you want to learn how to do more with your instrument.?
I apologize for the late reply. Thank you for this harmonica. I?m just a novice and this harmo polar is the second harmonica that I purchased from you. The first was a Christmas present to myself - a hohner crossover. As a beginner, I don?t have experience to know the differences but before I received the harmo, I was a little turned off by the crossover because sometimes I had problems blowing or drawing, especially in holes 1-3. I wasn?t sure if I wanted to purchase another harmonica but after a few months, the sting of my first investment wore off and so I thought to get another but this time something that would be a little easier on the budget. It turned out that the harmo was a great purchase. It was a little more responsive compared to my crossover and something that I can practice with on my journey to become a harmonica player.
The Harmo polar does not have numbers on it making hard for an 84-year-old beginner. The covers are very smooth and the sound is loud! I'm enjoying the harp.
The Polar harmonica harmonica is very comfortable with very good tone. It is airtight and easy to blow and bend.