Polar Harmonica by Harmo® Amazing; Versatile; Stylish The Harmo Polar harmonica uses an in-house-specific process that makes it particularly well adjusted for blues; folk; country; rock; and funk; giving you great projection; air-tightness and a good starting overblow-friendly setup. Full and loud tone with fast response.
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Availability date: 01/20/2019
|Styles||Blues, Folk, Country, Rock, Funk, Gospel|
|Alternative products||Lee Oskar Harmonica, Hohner Special 20 Marine Band, Suzuki Harpmaster|
Polar Harmonica by Harmo® Designed and Quality checked in the Usa ! Amazing; Versatile; Stylish The Polar uses an in-house-specific process that makes it particularly well adjusted for blues; folk; country; rock; and funk; giving you great projection; airtightness and a good starting overblow-friendly setup. Full and loud tone with fast response. The Polar’s white matt covers are a unique feature that will make you stand out in the crowd. The Polar Diatonic harmonica by Harmo® comes in all 12 keys: C; Db; D; Eb; E; F; F#; G; Ab; A; Bb; and B. A sturdy zipper case keeps the dust out and allows moisture to evaporate. A wiping cloth is included.
|Stephen C. on 09/15/2020||Is it to play and sounds good. The price is good also|
|Best bang for the bucks harmonica|
I've been playing german brands for 20 years and I must say the Polar blew me off! The quality and sound of this harmonica is great at any price but fantastic in this price range as it beats any other single model I own! Two Thumbs up!
|Gary F. on 07/07/2020|
I love the way the Polar feels, sounds and plays. Covers are stainless steel painted white that gives them a very nice finish.
|Best Bb I've Ever Had|
|Ken D. on 06/09/2020|
I've preferred higher harps for over 50 years because they're naturally tighter and more responsive. I only have the lower harps in my bag because the people I've worked for keep insisting on playing in keys that require them. The Bb you sent me is the first fully responsive low harp I've ever had. I'm really enjoying it. Great job.
|Polar harmonica review|
The Harmonica is pretty airtight and more powerful than my Hohner Special 20. I really love the look of it, everybody's asking me what they are:)
|Best Harp around|
|Erasmus l. on 01/16/2020|
I was surprised to see how well the Polar performs compared to my Hohner Marine Band and Special 20. I find them louder, more airtight and easier to bend. Thank you Harmo!
|Best overall harmonica in this price range|
|John G. on 06/25/2019||The Polar has become my first go-to harmonica. It sounds great, bends easily and is very reliable. It's louder than my Lee Oskars and Hohners and I'm now slowly getting more keys and building my collection.|
|Great out of the box|
|Aaron M. on 04/14/2019||This harp was easy to play from the beginning. Normally I adjust the gap on the reeds, but this one did not need it. It does sound louder and has a very pleasant warm tone. It is a great value and I would highly recommend it. My only caveat is that I only tried one oh, but if this is typical then I am very impressed.|
|The sound is so rich!|
|Albert P. on 03/29/2019||Very nice! The sound is amazing! I highly recommend this harmonica! Great investment!|
|Responsive, well tuned, excellent volume|
|Robert B. on 03/24/2019||I bought this harmonica as a beater to keep on my desk to play during the day when I need a break or when the spirit moves me (I'm self-employed). I normally play Seydel Session Steel for melodic playing and Hohner Crossovers for bluegrass, rock and blues. I've been playing harp for 40+ years and I know what I like. I honestly wasn't expecting much from this harp and figured at the price, it wasn't a big risk.The sound of this harp blew me away. It was louder than I expected, very responsive, and I was able to get a clean note out of all 20 reeds, which is uncommon on even the most expensive harps. Bending is clean and easy and the acrylic comb gives it a nice feel in the hand. I think when my Crossovers start to blow out or go out of tune, they're going to be replaced with these Harmo Polars. Although I'm just an amateur hobbyist, I play every weekend with a country/bluegrass/gospel band so the performance sound of the harp matters to me. I'm very impressed with the Harmo Polar.|
|Tim F. on 05/04/2020||Just purchased the Polar and I am impressed with the sound quality. Good volume and clarity|
|Amazing Value for Money!|
|Julie S. on 04/02/2019||Beautiful sound. Surprisingly loud and rich. Definitely exceeded expectations. Id for sure buy again.|
|Nice Quality harmonica|
|Patrick R. on 06/22/2017||This is a very good quality harmonica. I play to accompany myself on guitar. I've played Hohner Marine Band harmonicas casually for decades. This is the first time that I tried the Harmo brand. I like the idea of supporting a US company, especially one in Idaho as I suspect it might be the next best place as Colorado is getting too crowded. The Harmo Polar and Marine Band play very similarly. I feel the Harmo responds with a little less breath. I can't be specific, but playing the harmonica part of Helpless in C sounds better on the Polar. My Marine Band sounds a little sharp to me after playing my Polar. I also like the white cover and styling of the Polar. It somehow feels pleasantly retro and gives me the impression that I'm playing an ice-cream sandwich. I bought both key of C and key of G. I plan to buy a key of D so I can play After the Goldrush and a key of A (possibly the Harmo Torpedo model) to play Out On the Weekend.|
|Harmo Polar is the best!|
|Mike P. on 10/09/2018||Great little harmonica. Nicely weighted. Responsive and loud.|