Hohner ‘Kreuzwender’ Tremolo Sextet Harmonicas

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Product Overview


If you really want to go the whole hog, you sometimes need a little bit more. Hohner's Sextuple Kreuzwender, the world’s largest tremolo harmonica, comprises a set of six instruments in all the most popular keys, held together like a paddlewheel 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.

Whether you play in a harmonica ensemble or on your own, with this amazing HOHNER exclusive you can almost feel the cool mountain water flowing around your toes. Great for all traditional folk music styles.

Reed plates (material, thickness): brass, 0.9 mm
Reed plates (surface): brass
Reeds (number, material): 6 x 48
Comb (material, color): maplewood, brown
Comb (finish): double lacquered
Mouthpiece (surface): maplewood
Cover plates: stainless steel
Keys: C/D/F/G/A/Bb
Type: tremolo
Tuning: Richter
Number of holes: 6 x 48
Tonal range: 6 x 3.5 octaves
Length: 27 cm / 10.6"


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