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Harmonica Companies

Art- Companies Use the following links to visit the major harmonica companies and manufacturers. You can visit our Harmonica Store to purchase harmonicas, mics, amps, accessories, and more.

Hohner USA
Everything you wanted to know about the biggest harmonica manufacturer in the world, and more!

Lee Oskar Harmonicas
"Lee Oskar Enterprises featuring Lee Oskar, world renowned recording artist and designer of The Lee Oskar Harmonica System, which is manufactured by Tombo."

Suzuki Harmonicas
"The new line of Suzuki Harmonicas incorporate the latest in technology and design features to give the player a whole new world of musical expression. All Suzuki Harmonicas feature laser reed tuning with specially developed reeds."

Seydel Harmonicas
"C.A. Seydel Shne (CASS) handmade harmonicas since 1847. Built in the oldest harmonica factory in the world and located in Klingenthal/Germany. We are dedicated to building the harps of today! Charlie Musselwhite says: "I can't tell you how much I really, really, really like these harps!"

Huang Harmonicas
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Hering Harmonicas
"Hering Harmonicas, of Brazil, is proud to announce the introduction of their complete line of harmonicas and related accessories to the U.S. and Canadian markets."

Shaker Harmonica Microphones
"Shaker Microphones are used by the Top Harp Players in Blues, Rock, Country & Pop. For over 10 years, Shakey Joe Harless has built harmonica microphones."

Shure Microphones
Largest microphone manufacturer in the world and the makers of the Green Bullet mic, a standard for blues harmonica players.

Fender Amplifiers
"Official Website of Fender Musical Instruments featuring the Fender Bassman and Fender Reverb, two popular amps for harmonica players."

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SAMPLE VIDEO:  Harmonica Instruction for Beginners
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A simple playing tip to speed up your movement and add accuracy in single notes.
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Dave gives a general overview of what you can obtain from both diatonic and chromatic harmonicas in regards to harmonica chords.
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In this excerpt, Dave discusses some of the reasons for playing in either 1st Position or 2nd Position.

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SAMPLE VIDEO:  Advanced Harmonica Instruction
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Dave explains how the concept of "Follow Through", as found in many sports, also applies directly to your breathing and airflow.
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Dave explains the value of not just learning a scale up and down, but dividing it into smaller "bite-size" chunks, which can then be used as blues riffs.
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Dave demonstrates how you can use the "Tonguing" technique to create interesting sounds such as the "Chicken Call".

Featured Harmonica Video
(Sons of Harmonica Teacher Dave Gage)

"Fun Blues Harmonica Jam"
Here are Dave Gage's sons, Brody and Alex, now called the Brothers Gage, back when they were 10 and 12 year old kids. This video shot in 2015, is an unedited take playing an improvised blues and country based jam and having a bunch of fun.

One plays rhythm beatbox harmonica while the other takes a solo. They are both playing a standard key of "C" 10-hole diatonic in 2nd Position (which is also known as "Crossharp"). They both learned to play harmonica around age 5 and now also sing, play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. The key to getting good is consistency. They still practice every single day.
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