Precise and precious, the SCT-128 produces a hauntingly beautiful sound.
The revolutionary Suzuki SCT-128 professional 16-hole Tremolo Chromatic Harmonica reflects Suzuki's highest achievement in harmonica manufacture by combining technological breakthroughs with experience gathered since 1953. Take the finest chromatic harmonica with slider in the world and add a unique tremolo sound. New, unique, different, innovative. All words that describe an exceptional Suzuki harmonica.
Beautiful & Rare
The beautiful compact and streamlined organic body has a unique shape that you will never want to put down. Due to the precision of the SC-128 harp's handmade components and limited production, this is truly a rare harmonica that only a special few will be able to play and enjoy.
- 16 holes, 64 notes, 128 reeds, C-D4 range
- Plastic resin body
- Brass reedplates
- Phosphor bronze reeds
- Chrome-plated brass covers
- Gold-plated brass mouthpiece
- Tooled leather holder
Order now to enjoy the sounds of this superbly crafted tremolo harmonica.
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Comments about Suzuki SC-128 Tremolo Chromatic Harmonica:
this harmonica is seriously As Beautiful as they come. Take it out of the beautiful high-quality leather holster, and just look at it and hold it for half an hour before You even dare put it in your mouth, and just be amazed.... Feels and Looks absolutley Stunning, it's nice; big and chunky, yet very beautiful and elegant, it feels very natural and plays very easy. The design is a marvel of modern technical engineering. Not only is it a great achievement to fit 128 reeds into One harmonica, but have a look (with a magnifying glass!) at the comb and be impressed. The ABS-Plastic comb is designed in a very clever way to minimize the use of air, which makes this harmonica Very responsive and surprisingly easy to play, just like any other chromatic harmonica. And the sound? well what can I say, I myself Love nothing better than a warm and "wet" tremolo sound, and this Suzuki does Not disappoint, the sound is simply B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L.
I myself have been playing Hohner Echo Harps for many years, I really think these harmonicas are still the World-Standard for a great tremolo-harmonica sound, but for the sound, this Suzuki is certainly without a doubt totally Up there with the Best.
If You want to play in tremolo-sound and You're after the Best of the Best, this is Your harmonica!!!