Hohner Piedmont Blues Set

7-pack of Harmonicas with Key Chart - G, A, Bb, C, D, E, and F
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The Perfect Kit for Beginners

The perfect starter set! The Hohner Piedmont Blues Set includes seven harmonicas plus a handy zippered case to take the whole set with you. Each harmonica features a matte black finish with eye-catching gold trim. You even get a key chart with the Piedmont Blues Set to help you get started. With harmonicas in G, A, Bb, C, D, E, and F, you'll be ready to play along with anyone. Whatever you play, you'll appreciate the "Piedmont Blues" (aka East Coast Blues) sound the Piedmont Blues Set gives you, recalling the American Southeast tradition born in the early 1900s. There's no better way to start playing than with the Piedmont Blues Set!

Musicians that know quality choose Hohner

Ever since their first small harmonica factory in 1857, Hohner has been making some of the most respected instruments in the world. From harmonicas to accordions to guitars and ukuleles, Hohner is a name that is known and respected. Among musicians, Hohner's wide range of harmonicas are regarded as some of the finest you can play.

Hohner Piedmont Blues Set Harmonica 7-pack Features at a Glance:
  • 7-pack of harmonicas with case
  • Includes Keys: G, A, Bb, C, D, E, and F
  • Harmonicas feature a matte finish with gold trim
  • Includes a key chart to help get you started
With the Hohner Piedmont Blues Set you'll have the perfect setup to start playing the harmonica!

Tech Specs

Scale Blues
Key G, A, Bb, C, D, E, and F
Manufacturer Part Number PBH7

Customer Reviews

2/5
Based on 18 reviews
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5/5

Too Much Fun for 20 Bucks!

What can I say! Haven't had this much fun for $20 since gas was under a buck and I was sixteen! A great deal!
5/5

Marvelous sound with unbelievable price!

Honher instruments are not new for me, to be very honest, Honher accordion and melodicas were my first instruments when I was only four years old. I was astonished with its tone quality, as well as its pitch accuracy right after playing some music pieces. Best delivery service I have ever seen for my gears.
Music background: Professional Music Composer, Arranger & Studio Owner.
4/5

For the Price GREAT!

"Bang for the buck" comes to mind when reviewing this set. I use these as practice harmonica's to determine which key a particular song sounds best in. With the case they are great for road trips. They are not robust note makers though and bending notes with them is difficult. For beginners and pro's alike they are terrific for practice but when you perform break out the Marine Band.
Music background: Wannabe Eric Johnson (i wish)
3/5

Good learner kit

For the price it's a really good set to learn on. I wouldn't recommend it for actual performance though.
Music background: Hobbyist
3/5

OK for beginners, but...

I am a guitar player that has always loved blues, and I've always wanted to learn the harmonica, so I bought this set. As a beginner, I am satisfied overall with the set, but there are some problems with the quality of the harmonicas. Almost all of the harmonicas have some out of tune notes, which doesn't bother me that much, but a couple of the harmonicas have real bad tuning problems. It makes them almost unusable. On a positive note, the case that the harmonicas come in is very cool and seems to be worth almost as much as the total price for everything. It's the only reason why I've rated this product as high as I have. Still, for beginners like me, I recommend buying a single harmonica of nicer quality to learn on, because there's no use in having a bunch of different harmonicas that aren't in tune.
Music background: Hobbyist
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