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When it came on the market in 1938, the 64 Chromonica was the first chromatic to boast a range of over four octaves. Thanks to the additional bottom octave, it took the tonal range of the harmonica into registers where it had never before been heard, as well as brought many pieces from the classical repertoire within the reach of the instrument.
Product Description: The Hohner Chromonica 280/64 Harmonica is the one played by Stevie Wonder and the standard by which all chromatic harps are judged. Providing sweet sounding tone and reliable performance, this harmonica can be used for R&B, Jazz, and even Classical music performances.
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Approximately 18.4 cm in Length The 64 Chromonica is the chromatic model favored by many professional blues players including Little Walter, who used one back in the 50s and 60s and Stevie Wonder who preferred the style of the 64 Chromatic harmonica for its ultimate sonic capability. Hohner Chromatic Harmonicas: Endless Potential For Expression
Check out The 64 Chromonica, the pro and semi-pro's choice. This harmonica has exceptional reed response and a great bright tone across all of its four octaves. The best players in the world go with The 64 Chromonica because of the extra octave in the lower register (right below middle C) that lets you play advanced repertoire.
The Hohner 64 Chromonica (16 holes) has the Hohner trademark sound. It sounds great, clear, bright and smooth. The look is classical. But the harmonica came with a broken case and hole dot 4, hole 1, 2 played no sound.
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Comes with vinyl-box. 280/64 Chromonica 64 Chromatic Harmonica Specifications: Sixteen holes, 64 reeds, Key: C, Length: 7-1/4" The Hohner Chromonica 280/64 Harmonica is the one played by Stevie Wonder and the standard by which all chromatic harps are judged. Providing sweet sounding tone and reliable performance.