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Concerto steel

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The CONCERTO STEEL is a high grade
octave-tuned double-reed diatonic.

The notes are aranged exactly like on a
10-hole diatonic (Richter tuning).

The compact design and the typical full
sonoric octave sound makes the
CONCERTO STEEL the ideal musical
companion for events of all kinds -
the ideal pocket orchestra for assertive
melody and full chord playing.
 

The CONCERTO STEEL has a divided comb
made of maintenance-free plastic and profits
from the approved stainless steel reeds well
known for durability and tuning stability.
 

Tuning stability is especially important for
octave-tuned harmonicas where two reeds
in one channel are either tuned exactly an
octave apart.

When drawing or blowing, the
two reeds oscillate simultaneously, giving a
full organ-like sound.

Built-in windsavers (half-valving) minimize
air loss, improve tone control and increase
the overall volume while the playing pressure
remains moderate.

- 2 x 10 discrete holes 40 stainless steel reeds,
  half-valved

- metallic green plastic double row comb (ABS)
  2 reeds (blow/draw) per hole

- stainless steel coverplates

- reedplates made of German Silver, 1 mm

- weight: 96g (3.4 Oz)

- measures: 125 x 30 x 27mm
  (4.9, x 1.18 x 1.06 inches)

Price:
€ 99.95
Stock status: In Stock
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