Update - I bought the Em and Bm they listed, they arrived this morning.
They’re natural minors, labelled in the second position. They are simply labelled Em and Bm respectively, with nothing to indicate Natural Minor tuning, or labelling position.
Nice harmonicas though!
I already have a Lee Oskar Natural Em, but that’s ok, I want to play around with retuning anyway after watching the recently linked video on the subject.
The main reason I prefer the Harmonic Minor over Natural, is how ‘dis-harmonic ’ it sounds if you hit any combination of draw 6, 7, and 8. I’m playing them in the first position mostly, and when jamming on the Harmonic Minor, I can ‘blow, suck, blow’ my way up and down the harmonica, and it all works, no wrong notes, just perhaps right notes at the wrong time.
With the Natural Minor Tuning, if I happen to draw 6, 7, 8 on my way up or down - .
So I’ll try changing the 6 and perhaps 7 draw, and leave the bottom end alone.