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A 10-hole diatonic harp that offers the best of both worlds - professional quality and affordable price.

The Suzuki Bluesmaster harmonica combines the affordability of the Folkmaster with their world renowned Promaster. The Bluesmaster diatonic harmonica features the ultra thin, phosphor bronze laser-tuned, bendable, reed system, ABS plastic comb, and smooth easy-to-handle polished stainless steel reed covers. This professional harmonica delivers superb sound projection and tonal clarity.

Available in a variety of keys.

  • 10-hole diatonic
  • Ultra thin, phosphor bronze laser-tuned, bendable, reed system
  • ABS plastic comb

Become a Bluesmaster and order this harp today.

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Been getting back into playing harp


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  • Quality Craftsmanship
  • Rich Sound
  • Warm Tone


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    Comments about Suzuki BLUESMASTER HARMONICA:

    Getting back into playing after a long time. My old harps were shot. Went to see what was out there. Tried the Suzuki brand and found a winner. Very tight sound and easy to play. Got three for Christmas and more to come.. Hey Santa... Need more money....

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    suzuki bluesmaster

    By ronald-XcQyl

    from new york

    Comments about Suzuki BLUESMASTER HARMONICA:

    key of a sounds better than key of c especially since i do solo play. but why is the color of the comb of my key of a in black and not in red as commonly noted or advertised? my key of c btw is in black, too. i also own a folkmaster. a very sweet sounding harp.

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