Reviews and Problems with Hohner Special Twenty Harmonica, Key of C
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Great Blues Harmonica
5 February 2012
Summary: I've never purchased a Hohner Harmonica that disappointed me. The Hohner "Special 20" that I recently purchased has a full rich sound, is comfortable in my hands, is reasonably priced, and meets all of my expectations. Anyone interested in playing the harmonica should consider the Hohner Special 20.
Summary: Great for Professionals and Beginners.Great Tone. Harp for harmonica players of any style, including blues, country, folk or rock. The stable, airtight construction with full sound. I recommend this product.
Anthony D. Huddleston "VideoKnightMare", amazon.com
20 January 2012
Summary: Love playing this harmonica. As this was my first harmonica purchase, I researched and saw that a lot of people recommended the Hohner Special 20 in the key of C. It plays wonderfully and I've had no problems learning in it. If this is your first Harmonica, I couldn't recommend this one more as it is sturdy, sounds wonderful and the reeds bend very easily.
Great harmonica but Seydel Blues Solist is even better
10 January 2012
Summary: The Special 20 is no doubt a top choice for a diatonic bendable harmonica. I was however pleasantly surprised when I tried the Seydel Blues Solist (key of A). I really do think it is an improvement over the Special 20. The prize is about the same. I found the Seydel Blues Solist to have a sweeter tone, similar volume and a better ergonomic design than the Special 20 Hohner.
Summary: I don't know how to read music and I have no musical training but I can easily get really good sound out of the two Hohner Special Twenty Harmonicas I own. Hohner makes good harmonicas and I'll certainly buy more if I ever want more. If you want to learn how to play a harmonica buy these over the cheap versions because the sound is much better and this will encourage you to keep practicing. I'm very happy with mine.
Summary: I'm a lover I'm learning harmonica alone. China had a harmonica you gave me no results, then check around the internet and the testimony of people with special relation to the Honner 20 and today I decided to buy it and I do not regret my purchase I recommend them for that as I give their first steps with this instrument.
Summary: Own many harp styles and brands: Marine Band, Special 20, Suzuki Manji, Suzuki Bluesmaster and a Seydel. I finally settled on the Special 20 based on tone, quality, price and retail availability. The factor that sealed the deal for me was the plastic comb. Unlike the Marine Band (wooden comb) there are no issues with swelling which leads to all sorts of problems affecting comfort and playability.