Hohner S37 Performer 37 Melodica
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An easy-to-learn instrument with its own captivating sound!
This three octave professional instrument produces a rich accordion-like tone. The Pro 37 Melodica is a hand-held wind instrument has 37 piano style keys with a tonal range is F below middle C through F. It features durable bronze reeds that won't loose their pitch. The S37 is Ideal for students as well as advanced players. Deluxe padded zipper case, mouthpiece and extension hose included.
The Melodica is a fascinating wind instrument, easy to learn and powerfully expressive. Played like a piano, it is so compact that you can take it with you anywhere. Producing single notes or chords, the Melodica is both a solo and orchestral instrument, blending beautifully with other instruments. Whatever the music you like - from classical to rock - the Melodica will add its own personality, a unique and captivating sound.
- 37 keys
- Tone range of F below middle C through F
- Bronze reeds
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- Great Sound
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- Great Beginner Instrument
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Comments about Hohner S37 Performer 37 Melodica:
I ordered the S37 Performer melodica from Music123 via another vendor for my son's birthday. The melodica sounds great and my son loves it. The only problem was ordering through the other vendor. The other vendor messed up the order and send the SKU numbers for a 3-pack of harmonicas to Music123. I called Music123 in a panic because his birthday was only six days away when I received the harmonicas. Kevin at Music123 was great. He researched the problem, figured out what went wrong, and re-ordered the melodica. Because my son's birthday was rapidly approaching, Kevin even had the melodica sent with express shipping for no extra charge. I will now be a dedicated Music123 customer for all of his musical instruments.