Summary: I recently got into harp playing a few months ago, to learn a few folk songs(dylan, Young, Pety, etc) and use it to accompany my guitar playing. When I picked up my first harp, I picked up this holder to use with it.
Summary: Perhaps Counting Crow's biggest contribution to rock and roll is their lyric in Mr. Jones, "I wanna be Bob Dylan." Anyone who has ever picked up a guitar (and has a soul) has envisioned themselves as Dylan. And if playing the guitar and signing wasn't hard enough, try harmonica!
Summary: The Hohner Harmonica Holder (specifically HH-154) is my first attempt at a harp holder. And it works great. The springs aren't too stiff or too loose. They hold the harp well. The frame is very rugged.
It's uncomfortable because Hohner assembled it incorrectly
Stephen Wandling, amazon.com
14 February 2011
Summary: The Hohner 'heavy duty' (wide) harmonica holder has been assembled incorrectly for many decades, and no one seems to notice. The problem is that if you wear it so that you can put harps in the holder, with the swing arms away from you, then the neck loop lower ends are digging into your chest,...
Summary: This holder works well with all of the different harmonicas that I own. Including some Honer, both diatonic and chromatic. I like its ability to adjust. If you buy one,make sure to set it just a little closer than a comfortable reach. When you go to play it will settle down a little.
Summary: This is my first harmonica holder purchase and the first one I've actually used so I don't have much to compare it to. It seems to be well built but the ergonomics aren't quite right. I have a pretty average body type and I just can't get it into position where I can play comfortably.
Uncomfortable for a tall boy, too long for a ten-hole
Ye Olde Mike, amazon.com
17 September 2009
Summary: I got this harp rack a couple of months ago, and I'm pretty unsatisfied. I stand about six feet tall and I've a long neck, and I have to bend my head way down in order to reach the harmonica. It's made to fit all kinds of harmonicas, but the ten hole just kind of sits in the middle.
Summary: Buy this if you want to develop scoliosis. There is no way to adjust it to make it comfortable to play unless you have no neck. Lee Oskar makes a great holder for 10 holes that is easy to adjust into a comfortable position.