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M. Hohner's Mini Historic Harmonica / Made in Germany / Hohner 550/20 C PUCK - Key of C / Stainless steel cover, brass reed plates, plastic comb - original box / Paris 1900 - Chicago 1893

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400912600594
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M. Hohner's Mini Historic Harmonica / Made in Germany / Hohner 550/20 C PUCK - Key of C / Stainless steel cover, brass reed plates, plastic comb - original box / Paris 1900 - Chicago 1893

UPC / EAN 400912600594

MADE IN GERMANY

Sound - Diatonic
Reeds - 20
Reed Plate - Brass, 0.9mm
Keys - C Major
Comb - Plastic
Case/Packaging - Cardboard Box
Size Length - 6.5cm

 

English product description

Puck

These are the smallest 10-hole Richter harmonicas in the world. Their covers are slotted into conically cut grooves on the edges of the reed plates and remain in place through their own tension - a unique design feature. The Double Puck is the smallest double-sided “Wender” harmonica ever made.

A novel Hohner beginners diatonic harmonica in the key of 'C'. Named after the mischievous sprite from Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream', this petite harmonica has stainless steel cover plates, brass reed plates and a plastic comb. Less than three inches long, the bright sounding Puck is small enough to tuck into even the smallest shirt pocket!

Hohner Puck Harmonica - Reissue of the 1913 classic 15-60048 Hohner 550/20/C Puck Harmonica. This reissue of the classic model first produced by Hohner in 1913 is the smallest 10-hole Richter harmonica in the world. The cover plates are slotted into conically cut grooves on the edges of the reed plates and remain in place through their own tension - a unique design feature. Despite its size, the Puck packs some punch with a great sound and same scale as any normal ten-hole diatonic harmonica in C major.

 

About the manufacturer:

Hohner Musikinstrumente GmbH & Co. KG is a German manufacturer of musical instruments, founded in 1857 by Matthias Hohner (1833–1902). The roots of the Hohner firm are in Trossingen, Baden-Württemberg. Since its foundation, Hohner has manufactured a wide range of instruments, such as kazoos, accordions, recorder flutes, melodicas, banjos, electric, acoustic, resonator and classical guitars, basses, mandolins and ukuleles (under the brand name Lanikai)

From the 1940s through 1990s, the company also manufactured various electric/electronic keyboards. Especially in the 1960s and 1990s, they manufactured a range of innovative and popular electromechanical keyboard instruments; the cembalet, pianet, basset, guitaret, and clavinet. In the 1980s, several Casio synths were sold under the Hohner brand - for example, the Casio HT-3000/Hohner KS61midi and the VZ-1/HS-2).

 

Nowadays, Hohner produces harmonicas, melodicas, accordions and recorder flutes.

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M. Hohner's Puck Harmonica - Made in Germany 1.JPG

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