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|
Polar Harmonica by Harmo® New version Now assembled and quality checked in 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.
|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.|
|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.|