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    I ordered 3 harmonicas to test the differences. This one, the plastic Halilit one and the tiny key chain one. This is obviously the best one - Stagg make good jobbing instruments of all sorts which are as cheap as they can be and have the minimal best quality for the price. This means that this harmonica works reasonably well for the price. It's slightly out of tune but not too noticeably and I suspect if you tried out a few, you would find one that's better. Blues harmonicas are supposed to have notes you can bend and this one does do the blues thing and bends the notes and it sounds reasonably ok. Not a big volume. Comes in a nice case with a piece of tissue papare round it. I will be using these with 3 + 4 year olds on mass! One thing though - I got this one for £3.34 so I don't know why it's gone by 57p in just a few days...
    Anna Ryder, Warwick 01/12/2012
Stagg Blues harmonica in C
Or choose a different key
  • An inexpensive, good sounding harmonica from Stagg
  • 10 holes diatonic (20 tones)
  • 0.9mm copper reed plate
  • Supplied with case
  • Available in the key of C, D, E, or G
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Product code: BJH-B20C
ManufacturerStagg
Barcode: 5414428062253
Category: Harmonica
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RRP £5.50
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Stagg's BJH-B20C blues harmonica is a great little instrument that will not let you down.

Despite its name, this harmonica is very versatile and can be used in many different genres of music such as folk and soul, as well as blues.

N.B. It is worth bearing in mind that when using a harmonica for blues playing, it is generally preferable to use a harmonica tuned to the 4th note of the key in which you are playing. With this in mind, this instrument would suit blues music played in G major, as well as E minor, A minor and C major.
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  • Reviewed 4 out of 5 Reviewed 4 out of 5 Reviewed 4 out of 5 Reviewed 4 out of 5 Reviewed 4 out of 5
    I ordered 3 harmonicas to test the differences. This one, the plastic Halilit one and the tiny key chain one. This is obviously the best one - Stagg make good jobbing instruments of all sorts which are as cheap as they can be and have the minimal best quality for the price. This means that this harmonica works reasonably well for the price. It's slightly out of tune but not too noticeably and I suspect if you tried out a few, you would find one that's better. Blues harmonicas are supposed to have notes you can bend and this one does do the blues thing and bends the notes and it sounds reasonably ok. Not a big volume. Comes in a nice case with a piece of tissue papare round it. I will be using these with 3 + 4 year olds on mass! One thing though - I got this one for £3.34 so I don't know why it's gone by 57p in just a few days...
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