Bushman Delta Frost C - Key of C

Diatonic Harmonica with Phosphor Bronze Reeds and Stainless Steel Cover Plates - Key of C
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Your Harmonica Never Sounded This Good!

Thousands of players have adopted the Bushman Delta Frost harmonica as their harp of choice. If you're tired of having to toss your harmonica because it has gone out of tune, stalled, or locked up after just a few gigs, you'll appreciate the Delta Frost's ruggedness and reliability. With its stainless steel cover plates and its milled, rounded plastic comb, the Delta Frost is a good looker as well as a great player. Bushman outfitted these harps with long-lasting, copper-colored phosphor bronze reeds that are more than just dependable. They also produce the bluesiest-sounding tone you've ever heard. Get yourself a Bushman Delta Frost and see what we mean.

Bushman Delta Frost Harmonica Features at a Glance:

  • A quality instrument for all styles of music

  • Phosphor bronze reeds for reliable performance
  • Stainless steel cover plates for ruggedness
  • Milled, rounded plastic comb adds to comfort
  • Key of C
Get down and dirty with the Bushman Delta Frost harmonica!

Tech Specs

Scale Diatonic
Key C
Manufacturer Part Number 7-C

Customer Reviews

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awesome harp even better service

The delta frost for the price sounds awesome and what really topped it off was sweetwaters service i will definitely only be ordering from them from now on. Thank you sweetwater.
Music background: hobbyist

No better harp for the money. Perfect for all levels, from beginner to pro.

I've been a fan of Delta Frosts since they came on the market. There's no better harmonica for the money, and I've played just about everything out there, including Hohners, Herings, Huangs, and Lee Oskars. The DFs have a fat tone and bend easily. They sound nearly as good as my expensive Seydels. They last a long time, and when a reed dies you just order a whole new comb/reedplate assembly and swap out the covers. I recommend them to my students so they can work on learning instead of struggling with a stiff, unresponsive instrument. Sweetwater is a great company to deal with, as well. Good prices and fantastic service. Probably the best online music source I've ever ordered from.
Music background: Harmonica player with a dizzying array of bands, instructor at Columbia Acadamy of Music.

Bushman Delta Frost Harps ROCK!

The Bushman Delta Frost Harps are the BEST out of the box Harps I've ever played in my 40+ years of playing. They are loud and true and long lasting....I'm HOOKED!
Music background: Lead Singer, Harp,Guitar

for me these harps are great

I love these harps,for one thing they are the best buy on the market bar-none if you blow out reeds when you buy replacements,you get comb and reed plates at half the price of hohner, I also love how easy these are to set up for overblows and i love the phosphor bronze reeds the only thing i would change is i would open up the back of the covers,the rounded corners make it a lot more comfortable to hold and the feel in the mouth is great. I am presently switching out all my harps to the bushman Delta Frost
Music background: I have been a pro musician, and i have done session work which i love

Bushman Delta Frost

I've blown out a couple of expensive harps lately, so decided to give the DF a try. Here are my early observations. Sweetwater had all keys in stock at great price. Arrived in 3 days to California and I even received a call from Dylan to ask about my experience. Pretty amazing service on an inexpensive instrument. Like most inexpensive harps, the DF was not properly gapped when it arrived. Took about an hour of playing and adjusting until I was happy with the way it played. After a few days, it has loosened up nicely and has a warm tone. No idea if the phosphor-bronze reeds will actually last longer, but I was very pleasantly surprised to find that the size of the holes and the shape of the cover plates makes it easy for me to play single notes cleanly. Harp is also comfortable to hold. Worth a try, especially if you don't mind tinkering a bit.
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