The harmonica equivalent of a 12-string guitar!
The Hohner 1496/48 Echo Harmonica has an octave tuning (the upper row of 24 holes is tuned one octave below the lower row of 24). When the 2 rows are played at the same time this creates the effect of 2 harmonicas simultaneously playing the same melody. This enables a single harpist to achieve a stronger, full-bodied sound not possible while playing a standard diatonic.
Hohner Echo harmonicas offer comfortable curved mouthpieces with traditional wood combs. The chromeplated covers have turned-in ends for extra style and sound. Key of C.
- 48 holes (2 rows of 24)
- Each upper row hole is tuned an octave below each hole in the lower row
- Achieves a stronger, full-bodied sound
- Curved mouthpieces
- Traditional wood comb
- Chromeplated covers with turned ends
- Key of C
Add an Echo Harmonica to your harp collection today.