Seydel 1847 Session Steel Harmonica - Many Tunings Available! (Limited key choices in some tunings. See description.)
Seydel Session STEEL Harmonica
Standard Richter Tuning is the common tuning of 10 hole diatonic harmonicas and is the default option.
Other tunings may possibly take a little extra time if they are not already in stock either with us or in stock at Seydel USA. Certain special tunings in certain keys must be specially ordered and cost more. If you want a non-standard key in a special tuning you must select the option for that and add $10. (Special tunings in keys of C, G and sometimes A are readily available and listed alongside of the tuning in the drop-down list. Something like a Low F Circular, for example, usually require an additional payment as they are special orders and may also take 3-4 weeks. Contact us via email if you want to make a special order.)
The Session STEEL is the amazing new blues harmonica with corrosion-free stainless steel reeds, ergonomic covers and plastic comb. The SESSION STEEL is the upgrade to the popular and successful SESSION model. This sleek new harp is presented with a bold look and superior technical reliability, excellent playability and a fantastic sound. 100% German made and hand tuned! Seydel is the only company making harmonicas with stainless steel reeds. Previous stainless steel reed models sold for $30 more! Features: ergonomic coverplates made of stainless steel, completely rounded at the mouthpiece ABS comb with recessed German Silver (an alloy) reedplates rivets and screws made of stainless steel lip and beard-friendly design minimal air consumption achieved by fine-cut reedplates, optimized flatness and extremely small tolerances between reed and reedplate stainless steel reeds provide the best clear and full sound and response of the 1847 models an up to 5 times longer playing life compared to models with brass reeds Genuine leather case.
James Cotton plays Seydels! Blues harp legend Charlie Musselwhite says of Seydel Harmonicas: "I can't tell you how much I really really really like these harps!" Mark Hummel and Jimi Lee are Seydel players, too. Seydel is the oldest ongoing harmonica factory, having started in 1847, and it was Hohner's biggest competitor until after World War II, when it ended up on the wrong side of the Iron Curtain. It survived that period and is now coming into it's own again, but, unlike Hohner, this is a small factory still making harmonicas the old fashioned way, on old machinery, and by hand. They take great pride in their work. I know, because I visited the factory and met the craftsmen there. So, why not try one?
This is the guaranteed lowest price in the world on this model Seydel harmonica. Eezyreeder/Eezydeelz is an authorized Seydel Sales Partner.
A harmonica cannot be returned after being played. It can be returned for warranty service to Seydel USA if there is a problem.