"All kinds of harmonicas: diatonic, chromatic, bass, chord, double bass, polyphonia, little lady, harmonetta, etc. All kinds of music: blues, jazz, classical, rock, swing, funk, C&W, more! A "who's who" of harmonica performers from across the world, living and deceased, in solos, duets, trios, quartets, etc., movie apearances, etc."
Norwegian harmonica maker, has supplied instruments for some of the best chromatic players
in the world. His chromatic harmonica has three octaves; slide movements and shock absorbers have been especially developed for smooth action and easy assembly; gold-plated mouthpiece; screws for the mouthpiece made in titanium preventing galvanic sensations; reed-plates: interchangeable long-life from Hohner. Can be delivered in tuning as requested.
"Turboharp.com is the home of AntakaMatics, Inc. which offers a variety of innovative harmonica products developed during years of scientific research on the physics of the harmonica. Products currently available include the TurboLid, a sleek, ergonomic harp cover engineered to snap directly on to a number of popular harp models, and the TurboHarp AX-S20, a reasonably priced, modified Special 20. The TurboHarp AX, a fully optimized harp, and the TurboHarp ELX, an electric harmonica, are currently in development."
"Designers/makers of the first electric and wireless harmonicas. The instrument incorporates a front mounted cartridge system to accomadate quick key changes. Amplification is by slot-in modules to the rear of the instrument."
"Our harmonicas, made by Hohner, are about an inch long. Big enough to have 4 holes, so they play 8 notes. They are mounted on a 30" waxed cotton cord (it looks like leather). Children love to wear them as bright jewelry. So do adults (just children at heart anyway). The cord is decorated with assorted bright colored beads."
"The Bottle 'O Blues microphone is a handmade harmonica microphone designed specifically for playing the blues. Like the blues itself, these mics are not perfect, polished, and gleaming. What they are is inexpensive, great sounding, and just plain look like they were made to play the blues."
"For the harmonica, a piezo transducer is a good means of transmission because the harmonica's sound is not exclusively defined by air vibration but also by a certain amount of vibration translation to the instrument's corpus itself."
"Vintage harp mics, harps, amps, effects and parts, Geared to those amplified blues harp players using old school equipment and vintage rigs. Source of the internationally acclaimed book, "The Quest For Tone In Amplified Blues Harp".
"Producer of fine custom harmonica amplifiers, harp virtuoso Sonny Jr. knows how an amp should sound, feel and respond on stage, and how to fit the sound to any room. This is a harp player's amp designed by an experienced performer, Gary "SonnyJr".
"Harpo is built especially for harp players. The combo is a 1x10" with an Eminence Legend 105. It has two inputs and an adjustable line out that can be routed to the PA. The prototype went through an evolution through live use by Paul Atherton, the Harp Player in my band "Winnie and the Breeze". He used an old Shure "Green Bullet" and put the amp through its paces for a couple weeks of practice. It is about 12 watts, two 6V6 power amp. 6L6s can be substituted without re-biasing."
"Handbuild Harp Amps since 1989 -- Standard production model - Juke 810 Harmonica Amp and Custom Amps and Mic mods.
Owner - G.R. Croteau, Harmonica Player since 1962 -- Tube Amp Repairs and Restoration since 1968"
"Buffalo Amplifiers proudly introduces a reproduction of the 1950's Gibson GA20 14 watt, 1x12" combo harmonica/guitar amplifier. Each amp is custom made from premium choice components and materials. Using brand new original manufacturer transformers and hand wired point to point circuitry, Buffalo Amplifiers captures that classic 50's tube tone that only a GA20 can produce."
"Twenty years experience in restoring vintage amplifiers for harmonica players, including Rick Estrin, Mark Hummel and Charlie Musselwhite. Pioneer of the restored and modified PA amplifier for harp use."
"Manufacturers of the Holmes Harp Commanders. We offer free PDF downloads of books we have written and published. Examples are: Soldering 101, Harmonica Player's Guide to Getting Heard: Make Your Gear Work For YOU!"
"Online custom shop specialized in HOT boutique and customized guitar, bass as well as special amplification products (including harmonica amplifiers). HOT amps are excellent fully hand-built and customized all tube amplifiers of extraordinary sound quality; made in Europe by point-to-point hand-wired method using selected high-end “old-school” components and materials of the finest quality"
"Slim's Custom cases specialize in exclusive, made to order, hand made custom harmonica cases. We can work with you one to one, to design your perfect bespoke case made to your exact requirements, or you can have your case designed around our own signature harmonica case, a truly original concept, built around the unique principle of being microphone stand attachable. Lowest prices on the web."
"HarpHugger Horn" is my newest and most versatile hands free harmonica holder. Individually cast, drilled and milled plastic resonator and holder. It slips over a directional mic and secures with a set screw. Diatonic harp slides in and is secured with a set screw. Dirt simple, rugged, feedback impaired. Roadworthy."
"The original Perform harmonica holder offers perfect solutions when playing harmonica together with guitar. Its construction provides a good and secure positioning of the harmonica. The Perform harmonica holder is fixed at four points on the acoustic guitar, so it can't move when playing music. The musician doesn't need to care for the holder and as a result playing acoustic guitar and harp together will be enjoyable and fun!"
"Play hands-free without a rack around your neck. Use one mic for vocals and harp. HarpLock-Magnetic uses a single rubber covered magnet to hold your harmonica safely and securely at the grill of a microphone."
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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.