It really works, it let you playing music any time, anywhere
Beautiful and high quality timbre
Metal body and metal reeds
Protected by comfortable box
Perfect for any beginner or harmonica lover
10 holes with key of C
Quantity : 1pc Specification:
Material: Metal + Rosin
Size: 10 * 2.8 * 1.7 cm / 3.94" * 1.1" * 0.67" (approx.)
Color: Silver Note:Size for manual measurement, there may be a 0 to 1 cm error, belongs to the normal phenomenon Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you!
1 X Harmonica
Harmonicas brand Swan is related to Swan Musical Instrument Co., Ltd. The company was established in 1982 and is situated in China. Little by little the firm has become one of the biggest producers of harmonicas and other musical instruments in China.
Harmonica is known as a reed musical instrument. It is widely used in such musical genres as blues, folk, bluegrass, rock, country, jazz, pop, and various types of folk music.If you really want to master harmonica then regular practice is of a big importance. Create a schedule, a routine and do not deviate from it. It is recommended to start studying with playing accords slowly. It’s also very important to adhere to "diaphragmatic breathing”. Then you can gradually move on to play riffs and melodies. The best way to get an ear for music is to try to repeat the melody recorded by professional harmonica performers.Anyway first of all you should learn at least ten riffs/melodies from music. It will add confidence to your play and will allow to pick up melodies by ear. Another ways to improve your musical competence are to play while listening to the backing track, to record your own play into audio files. It will put you into audience’s shoes and let you look at your play from the side as harmonica’s sound in this case is perceived differently (harmonica performer perceives sound coming from harmonica differently as vibrations are transmitted through the hands and the muscles of the mouth. Such methods allow to treat one’s play with more constructive criticism.