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    October 13, 2016 marks a historical day for the world of music. On this day, Bob Dylan became the first musician to ever be honored with the Nobel prize in literature. An important part of Dylan’s verse: the interplay between word and the unique sound of the harmonica.

    The harmonica has a long tradition not just in folk and blues, but also in popular culture. It is used in all genres, from rock and pop to classical music and jazz.

    The harmonica is relatively easy to learn, and quickly opens a broad variety of options to the player. Another great advantage is its size: You can easily carry it around in your pocket, making it the perfect companion for travelling.

    The diatonic harmonica, also known as blues harp, offers simple major scales and chords. Special playing techniques like bendings and overbends extend the tonal range. Its sound is typical for blues, folk, and country, but also pop and rock.
    Chromatic harmonicas offer all tones of the chromatic scale at the touch of a button, making it easier to play in all keys. It’s the ideal instrument for jazz and classical music.
    From Sonny Terry to The Beatles: with our Signature Series harmonicas, we honor great harp players from all genres.
    The tremolo harmonica’s home is traditional and German folk music. Two reeds per tone, tuned slightly apart, create a warm, pulsating tremolo effect.
    Octave harmonicas are most notably used in traditional Alpine folk and Cajun. Their voluminous, full-bodied sound is achieved with two reeds per tone, tuned exactly one octave apart.
    Orchestra harmonicas offer chord and bass accompaniment for harmonica ensembles and orchestras.
    Our Beginner Harmonicas include two harmonicas specifically for children, as well as a choice of the best learner’s harmonicas from our overall portfolio.
    Make the most of your harmonica! Get the best accessories, designed by musicians for musicians.