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emcarrahar

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Thankyou. I sought out this forum because I inherited a harmonica which I know very little about. My father was an accomplished player but I have never learned to play.
The harmonica I have is a Vintage Hohner tremolo sextet harmonicas have the largest tonal range available of any Hohner tremolo harmonicas.

This is the world’s largest tremolo harmonica which comprises of six instruments in all of the most popular keys, held together like a paddle wheel by six pointed star shaped spindle grips at the ends, so the player can rotate the entire instrument to switch keys, while holding it in both hands.

It can be dismantled for individual playing.

The unique construction allows you to switch between 6 different keys, simply by turning the wheel. Individual harmonicas attached with screws so their order can be adjusted to suit your playing requirements and specification.

Reed plates: brass 0.9 mm

Reeds: 6x 48

Comb: maple wood

Cover plates: stainless steel

Keys: C, D, F, G, A, B FLAT

Total range: 6x 3.5 octaves

Length: 27cm/10.6 inches

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Sounds pretty amazing @emcarrahar :+1:

Would live to see a picture of it :camera:

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That’s incredible!

Thanks for sharing. I’ve never seen anything like that :wink: :+1:

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Thankyou!

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WOW SO COOL!!! :flushed: :sunglasses:

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