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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #30 on: January 03, 2023, 09:57:10 AM »
Without going to a tenor, just play a 12 hole 270 in D. ;D They really get "down there."
With all due respect, this is the diatonic section.
Rules is rules.

Shows how much I pay attention to the suck-harp board.
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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2023, 10:07:05 AM »
Gnarley,

Okay, I actually ~do~ have two Easttop low F's:
the Cabetet is prettier, but the black one sounds better.
There! I fixed my screw-up ;D ;D

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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #32 on: January 03, 2023, 10:23:23 AM »
Without a doubt this is the best deal you're going to find

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I have several Hohner marine band 365 harmonicas that I will let go at a very reasonable price.
They have all been refurbished, they are not new, but I will sell them for $20 apiece.
They are all in C, sorry about that.
I am using them to experiment with low tunings, but I have more than I need.
There are a lot of “new harmonicas” on the market, Hohner is still the big dog.
I just carved one of these into a Circular tuning in D that changes to Power Chromatic at hole 5. I will post a video to demonstrate.

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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #33 on: January 03, 2023, 01:07:52 PM »
I have several Hohner marine band 365 harmonicas that I will let go at a very reasonable price.
They have all been refurbished, they are not new, but I will sell them for $20 apiece.
They are all in C, sorry about that.
I am using them to experiment with low tunings, but I have more than I need.

Hey Gary. I might take you up on one or two of them. How scuffed up anre the covers and combs? Do they start on the same low C as a standard Low C diatonic?

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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #34 on: January 03, 2023, 01:09:18 PM »
I guess since this thread is revived, has anyone played a low A through LLE diatonics, yet?

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Re: Low/deep sounding harmonica?
« Reply #35 on: January 03, 2023, 06:16:45 PM »
I have several Hohner marine band 365 harmonicas that I will let go at a very reasonable price.
They have all been refurbished, they are not new, but I will sell them for $20 apiece.
They are all in C, sorry about that.
I am using them to experiment with low tunings, but I have more than I need.

Hey Gary. I might take you up on one or two of them. How scuffed up anre the covers and combs? Do they start on the same low C as a standard Low C diatonic?
These are in a variety of conditions, the fellow played several hundred over the years, and kept them all.
I have refurbished a few dozen, those are the ones for sales, and have over a dozen I have not yet processed.
So some of the combs show swelling, and some of the covers are more distressed than other.
I gotta lotta've 'em!