HOHNER 553 DOUBLE PUCK HARMONICA, GOLD, KEY OF G-C MAJOR
The key of C version of the Hohner Double Puck 20-Hole Harmonica, a remake of a classic design from the 1930s, is among the smallest 20-hole Richter harmonicas in the world and is the smallest double-sided "Wender" harmonica ever made. The instrument takes its name from the character Puck in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream. The cover of the harmonica has slotted, conically cut grooves on the edges of the reed plates, which allows the plates to remain in place by their own tension. The harmonica features 2x 20 brass reeds, a black ABS plastic comb, and a sliding stainless steel cover that connects without screws.
- Remake from the 1930s
- Smallest "Wender" Harmonica Ever Made
- Black Plastic Comb
- 0.9mm Brass Reed Plates
- 2x 20 Brass Reeds
- 2x 10-Hole Diatonic Richter Tuning
- Conically Cut Grooves on Reed Plates
- Self-Tensioning Reed Plates
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