Reviews and Problems with Hohner Steven Tyler Signature Harmonica Artist Series Key Of A
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William Serna, amazon.com
8 December 2010
Summary: Even though the case isn't as nice as you would've expected, the harmonica is awesome-looking. Sound quality is great. the case protects it really good. If you are a beginner I would recommend buying another harmonica in key of C, shame this one only comes in A cause it's truly great.
Summary: Hmmm Where to start. I don't like the tone. It's in a key I don't really like. It looks kinda cool but then when you pick it up, it feels pretty cheap. I suppose it would be fine for a young kid to play with.
Summary: I WAS SENT A PROMOTIONAL CODE FOR THIS ITEM WHICH I TRIED TO PURCHASE DURING A SPECIAL GOLD DEAL PROMOTIONAL AND WERE NOT ABLE TOO. THE ITEM WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE BEEN A LITTLE OVER FIVE DOLLARS WITH NO SHIPPING AND HANDLING. UPON TRYING TO PURCHASE THE ITEM TODAY, IT WOULD NOT TAKE THE PROMOTIONAL CODE AND THEN I WENT BACK IN REORDERED AND IT TOOK IT BUT ONLY GAVE ME THE PROMOTIONAL DISCOUNT BUT CHARGED ME FOR SHIPPING AND HANDLING AND NOW WILL NOT LET ME CANCEL THE...
Summary: I got this on a lightning deal and paid $6 for it. It was surprising to find that it is made very cheap. It does sound okay for the money and will be everything you expect from a $6 dollar harmonica. The listed price of $40...someone was hitting the crack pipe and thought it was this harmonica giving them the high.
Summary: A nice looking harp. I have over 30 harps by different makers. This is on a par with a kids harmonica. I would never rely on this at a gig. There are many harps out there that cost less and play better. Even as a gold box deal it is not worth it. If it wasn't so little money I would have sent it back. The write up made it sound nice. If you really want to play, find something else.
Summary: I bought this on a lightening deal so -- my bad I did not look closely at packaging. The product description has a picture of the 'collectible' packaging. I bought this for my granddaughter who is turning 5. The packaging is so ugly I ditched the packaging before giving it to her. While I know the packaging is really incidental to the product it is so ugly and it is hard to let go of that fact. The harmonic is constructed well as inexpensive harmonics go.
Summary: For a $20.00 Harmonica, a much more stylish looking and quality sounding unit and nice case. Nothing to fancy but cool enough looking to keep up interest. 12 instead of 10 reeds that Hohner standard of same price range. It is an Asian unit I believe, but a good deal.
Summary: The particular item I received had scratches on it and looked used. Being that it was a harmonica, I had to disinfect it before use. This may have been a return. UGH! Except for that, as a Goldbox deal, it was "OK".