The Hohner Echo Harp is a tremolo harmonica, typical of central European folklore but perfectly suited to any modern style. From Do to Sun.
Hohner has revived the tradition of classic tremolo harmonicas, and created an instrument with a wider scale with this luxury instrument.
The Hohner Echo Harp is a tremolo harmonica, a type of harmonica that uses two reeds for each note, which are slightly out of tune, giving it the classic tremolo sound. It creates a pulsating sound that brings lively, straightforward melodies to life, from pop to folk to country. It is not an ideal harmonica for jazz or blues.
With 96 reeds, the Echo Harp has enormous tonal richness, whether played note by note or in chords, regardless of register, with great definition in both bass and treble.
Of great build quality like all Hohner harmonicas. The Echo Harp has a maple comb, protected by two stainless steel plates, decorated with a tasteful engraving. The picks are in brass. It is a harmonica designed in the traditional format, which fits well in the hand, with very attractive and high quality finishes.
The Hohner Echo Harp tremolo harmonica is two harmonicas in one, as it can be played by both sides, tuned by a fifth difference (C and G). The tonal range is over three octaves in both keys.
Founded in 1857 in Germany, Hohner is one of the biggest references of musical instrument manufacturers in the world, having specialized in accordions, electromechanical keyboards and wind instruments such as harmonicas. Any Hohner instrument is synonymous with German quality and precision.
The Hohner Echo Harp is the perfect harmonica for anyone looking for the sounds of Central European folklore, but who can go much further in the hands of an experienced musician.
- Double-sided instrument (2 harmonicas in 1)
- Opposing sides are tuned a fifth apart
- Instrument made in Germany