The Harmo Polar natural minor harmonica:
is special tuned to make it easier for beginner and intermediate players to play minor songs in minor blues pentatonic, natural minor and dorian mode keys. If you know basic major patterns on the standard harmonica you can use a natural minor tuned harmonica and reuse most of what you already know without having to learn new patterns and complex theory.
|Folk, Country, Gospel
|Lee Oskar Harmonica, Hohner Special 20 Marine Band, Suzuki Harpmaster
This harmonica is special tuned (not standard richter tuned) to make it easier for beginner and intermediate players to play minor songs in minor blues pentatonic, natural minor and dorian mode keys. If you know basic major patterns on the standard tuned harmonica you can easily use a natural minor tuned harmonica and reuse most of what you already know without having to learn new patterns and complex theory.
In the table below we can see a clear example of how the Harmo Polar natural minor tuned diatonic harmonica helps you get the most useful minor scales with 0 to 1 bend when you need anywhere from 2 to 8 on a standard harmonica.
C Minor pentatonic scale on 2 octaves
C natural minor
1 bend + 1 overbend
3 bends + 3 Overbends
5 bends + 3 overbends
C min nat tuned
1 bend + 1 overbend
3 bends + 2 overbends
2 bends + 2 overbends
Polar diatonic Harmonica by Harmo Amazing, Versatile, Stylish.
The 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, airtightness and a good starting overblow-friendly setup.
Full and loud tone with fast response.
The Polar’s white matte covers are a unique feature that will make you stand out in the crowd.
The edges are very smooth and suitable for any harmonica player.
The Polar Diatonic harmonica by Harmo Natural minor tuning comes in all 12 keys: C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, Bb, and B.
- A sturdy zipper case keeps the dust out and allows moisture to evaporate.
- A wiping cloth is included
- Basic playing instructions
Natural minor harmonica Harmo Polar chart document available for all 12 keys under the Download Tab.
|nice harp right out of the box
|David C. on 03/27/2020
I am an intermediate skill player, I have a few other brands in my case: Sedel 1847, Suzuki overdrive, Hohner special 20's , Lee Oskar to name most of them. I was impressed with the play readiness of the Polar right out of the box, no rattles, smooth transitions with low air input/output, good volume, and comfortable on the mouth. I have needed to modify all my other harps to get them to play this easily, although the Suzuki was next best. I'm not trained yet on using the minor tuning, but it does have a much different mood than a major diatonic. Very good harp, would recommend & buy again.
|Paul S. on 12/26/2019
|I've just started playing this harmonica. It is replacing a Lee Oskar in the same key but so far it provides clean, clear notes in every position. Very happy with this harp and joins my Polar Nat minor A in my harmonica case.
|Natural minor harmonica
|Jeff P. on 07/02/2019
|There are a few natural minor harmonicas on the market and I never heard of Harmo before ordering this one and I have to hand it to Harmo for making such a nice harmonica. Professional quality all the way, nice look accurate tuning.
|Richard M. on 08/14/2017
|I really enjoy this natural minor tuning it makes it easy for me to play minor blues. Same quality as the other Polar I own very smooth and loud.