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Black Blue Diatonic Harmonica
This harmonica are ideally suited for playing blues, country, rock pop and folk and other related typed of music.
The vibration of a single reed produces each of the 20 notes on a Richter System harmonica. Diatonic harmonicas usually have ten holes, each of which contain two reeds, a blow reed and a draw (inhale) reed. Blowing any three consecutive holes can produce a major tonic chord. A dominant seventh chord can be produced on the draw reeds Thus they can produce music containing both chords and single notes. Each instruments is tuned to a specific major key, and each has a three-octave range.
Although Richter System harmonicas were originally designed to play only 20 notes, many other notes can be played by employing the techniques of BENDING, OVERBLOWING, and OVERDRAWNING. With these techniques, a harmonica tuned to one particular key can be played in other keys as well.
HERING produces many types of diatonic harmonicas in the Richter System, turned in every major key. The company can also produce harmonicas with special tunings such as minor natural and major. In particular situations, HERING can accept solicitations for "Bright" tunings: A442 and A444. They also have bodies made of different raw materials such as ABS, with bright sound, and wood with a softer sound.
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