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Some Chromatic Harmonicas

These models incorporate the full chromatic scale and allow the player to play in any key using one harmonica. Chromatic models provide the complete 12 note octave with all sharps and flats. Each hole contains four reeds: two are for natural notes and two for chromatic notes. The reeds for chromatic notes are brought into operation by pushing a slide button on the side of the harmonica. This closes off the air flow from one set or reeds and permits the other set to vibrate freely. The preferred instrument for Jazz and Classical, chromatic harmonicas are also used for Blues and Popular Music.


CX-12

CX 12 Hohner's CX-12's molded, one-piece housing provides a warm, round tone, smooth mouthpiece and a non-slip cover surface for better handling. Gold and silver models have thicker, plated reed plates for greater power and a reflective inner housing surface that reinforces high-end clarity. A revolutionary design utilizes a back mounted spring plate which eliminates the need for mouthpiece and cover screws. The result is an optimal slide action and an improvement in compressing, producing quicker response, greater volume and an exceptional ease in note bending. Finally, service and cleaning is a snap! The CX-12's four major parts can be disassembled and reassembled in seconds, without the use of tools.

Specifications:

Range: 3 Octaves (12 holes)     Length: 6 1/8"      Depth: 1 7/8"     Height: 1 7/16"      Weight: 6.3 oz.     Keys: C, D, Eb, E, F, G, A, Bb, Tenor C     Colors: All come in Black Key of C: Black or Gold


The 64 Chromonica

A classic in the chromatic series, the 64 Chromonica covers a complete 4 octave range starting one octave below middle C. Tone and performance capabilities are outstanding, aided by special wind saving valves and airtight, machine screw assembly.

Chromonica 280 C

Specifications:    16 holes, 64 reeds     Key: C Length: 7 1/4"


Hard Bopper

Hard BopperThe Hard Bopper, is designed to stand out with an edge when played in the context of a full band.  Heavy, chrome plated reedplates and extra large reeds give this 12-hole chromatic greater volume and a more aggressive sound than other models. Each Hard Bopper is serial numbered and carries a signed letter of quality assurance."

Specifications: 12 holes, 48 reeds     Key: C      Length: 5 5/8"


Chrometta 12

Smooth, rounded covers, large, accessible mouthpiece openings and a beautiful tone make this model ideal for both beginning and advanced palyers.
The Chrometta 12 has a 3 octave chromatic range and is equipped with wind saving valves and a moisture proof comb.
255 Chrometta 12

 

Specifications:    12 holes, 48 reeds Key: G, C      Length: 5 7/8"


Super 64X

Super 64XThe top of the line 4 octave chromatic from Hohner. A product of the finest materials and most advanced engineering, this is the choice of professionals worldwide.  Doubled reedplates in the lower 2 octaves produce a dynamic range never before possible in a harmonica, while a channel design in the upper 2 octaves maintains a balanced response throughout. Covers have a black satin finish with gold lettering and the entire mouthpiece and slide assembly are gold plated for smooth action and striking beauty.

Specifications: 6 holes, 64 reeds Key: C Length: 7 1/4"



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The modified Shield of Arms of the
Ancient Village of Euxton, Lancashire, England. Euxton dot com (TM) an ancient village.

The Village of Euxton, Lancashire, England.
The Village of Euxton, Lancashire, England.The Village of Euxton, Lancashire, England.
Euxton dot com