Hohner Case of Special 20s Harmonica 5-PackSku #500325000000000 Hohner 500325 TBH Harmonicas https://www.esnapw.com/rses/ESnapServlet?MerchantNumberSent=63655
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A special case of Special 20 harmonicas at a special price with a durable road case for free!
The Hohner Special Case consists of 5 Special 20 harmonicas in the most popular keys: G, A, C, D, and E. To keep the harps safe while you travel, these Hohner Special harmonicas come in a free padded case with a plush black interior that can hold a total of 7 harps.
Hohner Special 20 harmonicas are known for their awesome response, superior bendability, and the sweetest tone ever. This harp is the first choice for those learning to play harmonica. The Hohner Special 20's airtight design makes it the most recommended go-to harp for harmonica players of any style, including blues, country, folk, or rock. The harmonica's plastic comb doesn't absorb moisture, making it last longer.
The Hohner Special 20 is the harp of choice of harmonica virtuoso John Popper of Blues Traveler, and it's the one played by Bob Dylan on his 2007-2008 tour.
The harp case also has a hook-and-loop fastener as well as a zipper to keep your Honer Special harmonicas securely in place.
- 5 560/20 Special 20 Marine Band Harmonicas in G, A, C, D, and E keys
- Plastic combs
- Richter tuning
- Pro quality
- Bolted on covers
- Gray, padded, zippered case with hook-and-loop fastener
- Holds 7 harps
- Plush black interior
- Handle for easy carrying
Don't blow your chance to save on these great harmonicas. Order today!
Case of Special 20s Harmonica 5-Pack Specifications:
- Case dimensions: 5.5"W x 2.75"H x 9.5"D
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Comments about Hohner Case of Special 20s Harmonica 5-Pack:
The Special 20 has been my favorite for 20 years or more. It has the full chord tone of a Marine Band and gives you single note runs and bendability that beats any Blues Harp I ever played. For me, it works with rock, country >and< the blues, a sort-of one-harp fits all.