Published: 2010.01.01 Updated: 2012.09.04
Once again, Suzuki has researched and developed
unique professional grade harmonicas.
Utilizing the most seasoned tonewoods and unique
construction technique, Suzuki proudly offers a
new line of harmonicas in Rosewood.
Rosewood has been sought after by top musicians
from all over the globe, from Classical Guitar
players to top Violinists.
This wood allows unique tonal qualities and when
used in harmonica construction, gives a warmer
Using Rosewood can produce a high velocity of
sound and a broad range of mid and low overtones.
These 'lows' help to create a complex bottom end
which imparts a richness to the overall tone to
The re-designed reeds, which are the heart of
the instrument, have been produced with the
advanced player in mind.
However, this new reed design makes it easier
to play the instrument chromatically, right out of
The new Suzuki Reed plates allow ease of play,
especially with overblow and overdraw techniques.
The MR-550 is Suzuki's newest all-hardwood
Harmonica. Even the covers are Rosewood!
It gives this model a rich, dark and bluesy tone that
will have your audience begging for more.
The richness of this instrument is unmatched and
if you are looking for a traditional sound, here it is!
Unique, Innovative and Uncompromising!
Suzuki brings you our amazing new
valved Promaster, built with the same
precision as our standard Promaster.
It's a revolutionary new harmonica that
features precision crafted reed plates for
easy note bending and featuring Phosphor
Draw cycle valve system circulates air to
allow note bending in the blow as well as
the draw cycle.
Its note bending abilities
will make your music magical!
Comes with a soft lined hard shell
EXPLANATION KEY CARD
1st position - used when you would like
to play a melody or play along with a song
using the diatonic harmonica that is in the
same key as the key of the song.
2nd position - used to play styles blues,
rock, or country.
Note the gray column the song in D use a
3rd position - also used to play blues and
If the key for the Song is Am then use a