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Lee Oskar 1910-Low C Major Diatonic Harmonica

About the Major Diatonic Harmonica

The Major Diatonic is the standard Blues tuning and may be played in the 1st & 2nd Positions (Straight Harp & Cross Harp).

The evolution of music introduced Blues, Rock and Country and along with these new forms of music came the need for greater expression. Harmonica players began to experiment and found that when they primarily used the inhale (draw) notes, a different kind of sound was provided. This resulted in a new and more fluid style of playing, known as 2nd Position (Cross Harp). 90% of today’s players use 2nd Position for Blues, Rock, Country & Pop music.

2nd Position (Cross Harp), is a Blues scale that offers a more expressive and soulful sound. Many of the draw reeds can be bent (a technique used to change the pitch of a note).

Understanding 1st / 2nd Position

Although it is possible to play in many keys of music on any one harmonica by using various positions, most players use only the first two positions, 1st Position also known as Straight Harp, (starting from Blow) and 2nd Position also known as Cross Harp (starting from Draw).

Although it is possible to play in many keys of music on any one harmonica by using various positions and techniques, most players use only the first two positions; 1st Position (also known as Straight Harp) and 2nd Position (also known as Cross Harp).

NOTE: It is important to know that 1st Position (starting from BLOW / EXHALE) plays in a different key from 2nd Position (starting from DRAW / INHALE).

It is necessary to determine which style of playing will be used to know which key of harp to select. To determine the correct key of harp to use, refer to our Notation chart samples below and review the Resources section of this website.

For each harmonica tuning (the Standard tuning and our three Altered tunings), essential points are explained below, using specific keys as examples; however, the same patterns shown below can be used regardless of the key chosen within each tuning.

NOTE: With different techniques, you can obtain additional notes by using bending or overblows/overdraws. Some reeds can be bent to achieve multiple notes – we recommend you review the Notation Charts which includes bending to become familiar with bending patterns.

Major Diatonic Harmonica

Example: Key of C
Labeled in the 1st Position Key (shown in orange as #4 Blow)

Available in 18 keys:

Low C, Low D, Low E, Low F, Low F#, G, Ab, A, Bb, B, C, Db, D, Eb, E, F, F#, High G

Lee-Oskar-Major-Diatonic-Harmonica-with-box-slider

This chart shows 4 fundamental, common playing positions (keys) of music that Major Diatonic harmonicas may be played in. The left column represents the key of the harmonica, labeled
in 1st Position (Straight Harp) which plays the Major scale starting from hole #4 blow on the harmonica.

The Major Diatonic Harmonica is commonly used for playing Blues and Rock starting from
hole #2 draw / Mixolydian Scale. (Cross Harp / 2nd Position)

key-chart-major-diatonic

 

Sours: https://www.smhansonmusic.com/shop/c/p/Lee-Oskar-1910-Low-C-Major-Diatonic-Harmonica-x54185335.htm

SEYDEL's Next-Generation Low-Harmonicas:the lowest-tuned Blues-Harmonicas worldwide - with a new Baritone design & stainless steel-reeds

The 1847 CLASSIC is now available in super-low tunings, redesigned to include a 20% thicker comb and raised coverplates. Available keys range from LF# (low F sharp) down to LLE (double-low E). This innovation expands our 1847 line of Stainless Steel reed harmonicas to include the extreme bass range.

The double-low models (LL) are tuned two octaves lower than standard, making SEYDEL’s 1847 LLE the lowest tuned diatonic harmonica worldwide.

>1847 CLASSIC Low with wooden combs

>1847 NOBLE Low with aluminium-combs




>Video: Harmonica Guru Ben Bouman checks the new 1847 Low in LLF

Sours: https://www.seydel1847.de/epages/Seydel1847.sf/sec87a742351a/
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The Meanest, Fattest Low-pitched Sound Around

Sometimes the sound of a harmonica in regular tuning is just not fat enough to really counterbalance the power of guitar, bass and drums. Fitted with our patented bamboo comb, the Marine Band Thunderbird offers the perfect solution. It’s tuned one octave lower than standard harps and features an innovative tapered cover design to prevent reed rattle, inspired by the work of legendary harmonica customizer Joe Filisko. The lowest tuned diatonic model in our portfolio, it deliverers a powerful, rich sound that’ll make the floor shake. Experience a hitherto unknown dimension of deep-toned harmonica playing, let it carry you away into new sonic adventures, and reshape the perception of how the harmonica sounds.

Reed plates (material, thickness): brass, 0.9 mm
Reed plates (surface): brass
Reeds (number, material): 20, brass
Comb (material, color): bamboo, blonde
Comb (finish): triple lacquered
Mouthpiece (surface): bamboo
Cover plates: stainless steel
Keys: LF, LE, LEb, LD, LC, LBb, LA, LG, LFF
Type: diatonic
Tuning: Richter
Number of holes: 10
Tonal range: 3 octaves
Length: 10 cm / 3.9”
Online catalogueTuning charts
Sours: https://www.hohner.de/
Hohner Rocket Low C harmonica unboxing video

Hohner Rocket Low Tunings

Description

Hohner Rocket Low is tuned one octave lower for a throaty roar, it provides a unique sonic underpinning for your rock, blues or country song. Or just play it solo and explore the realms of deep-toned harp.

Hohner Rocket harmonica now in low keys with a blue comb. Available in keys Low C, Low D, Low E, Low Eb and Low F.  The Hohner Rocket, claimed to be the world’s loudest harmonica, represents a new breakthrough in diatonic harmonica design. The ergonomically designed comb has rounded sides and edges for maximum comfort. Wide open cover plates and channel design enhance pressure to ensure maximum loudness. The Rocket allows players to express a powerful, dynamic sound.

Features:

• Wide open cover plates and channel design enhance pressure to ensure maximum loudness

• Ergonomically designed comb has rounded sides and edges for complete comfort

• Covers and reed plates fitted with Philips head screws permit easy access to facilitate maintenance

• Sturdy neoprene case allows moisture to evaporate while keeping dust out

• Made in Germany

This video is a demonstration of the harmonica the actual sound will depend upon your playing technique and ability.

Additional information

Weight180 g
Key

Low C, Low D, Low E, Low Eb, Low F

Sours: https://harmonicas-direct.com/product/hohner-rocket-low-tunings/

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Lee Oskar Low C Major Diatonic Harmonica

About the Major Diatonic Harmonica

The Major Diatonic is the standard Blues tuning and may be played in the 1st & 2nd Positions (Straight Harp & Cross Harp).

The evolution of music introduced Blues, Rock and Country and along with these new forms of music came the need for greater expression. Harmonica players began to experiment and found that when they primarily used the inhale (draw) notes, a different kind of sound was provided. This resulted in a new and more fluid style of playing, known as 2nd Position (Cross Harp). 90% of today’s players use 2nd Position for Blues, Rock, Country & Pop music.

2nd Position (Cross Harp), is a Blues scale that offers a more expressive and soulful sound. Many of the draw reeds can be bent (a technique used to change the pitch of a note).

Understanding 1st / 2nd Position

Although it is possible to play in many keys of music on any one harmonica by using various positions, most players use only the first two positions, 1st Position also known as Straight Harp, (starting from Blow) and 2nd Position also known as Cross Harp (starting from Draw).

Although it is possible to play in many keys of music on any one harmonica by using various positions and techniques, most players use only the first two positions; 1st Position (also known as Straight Harp) and 2nd Position (also known as Cross Harp).

NOTE: It is important to know that 1st Position (starting from BLOW / EXHALE) plays in a different key from 2nd Position (starting from DRAW / INHALE).

It is necessary to determine which style of playing will be used to know which key of harp to select. To determine the correct key of harp to use, refer to our Notation chart samples below and review the Resources section of this website.

For each harmonica tuning (the Standard tuning and our three Altered tunings), essential points are explained below, using specific keys as examples; however, the same patterns shown below can be used regardless of the key chosen within each tuning.

NOTE: With different techniques, you can obtain additional notes by using bending or overblows/overdraws. Some reeds can be bent to achieve multiple notes – we recommend you review the Notation Charts which includes bending to become familiar with bending patterns.

Major Diatonic Harmonica

Example: Key of C
Labeled in the 1st Position Key (shown in orange as #4 Blow)

Available in 18 keys:

Low C, Low D, Low E, Low F, Low F#, G, Ab, A, Bb, B, C, Db, D, Eb, E, F, F#, High G

Lee-Oskar-Major-Diatonic-Harmonica-with-box-slider

This chart shows 4 fundamental, common playing positions (keys) of music that Major Diatonic harmonicas may be played in. The left column represents the key of the harmonica, labeled
in 1st Position (Straight Harp) which plays the Major scale starting from hole #4 blow on the harmonica.

The Major Diatonic Harmonica is commonly used for playing Blues and Rock starting from
hole #2 draw / Mixolydian Scale. (Cross Harp / 2nd Position)

key-chart-major-diatonic

 

Sours: https://www.smhansonmusic.com/shop/c/p/Lee-OskarLow-C-Major-Diatonic-Harmonica-xhtm
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