hello

you are looking at a pair of GERMAN made Hohner chromatic harmonicas, model 64 Chromonica professional. One is missing the knob that shifts the mechanism but otherwise, they both work fine.

It's important to note that now, some of Hohner's harmonicas are made in China. These were not. We all agree that the German made harmonicas are superior. In this case, you're getting TWO of these fine harps for just one price.

We are a music store and these came in on a trade.

They have been sterilized with the same mouthpiece chemicals schools use in their band room.

I imagine replacement buttons are available somewhere for these but I don't have one.

Feel free to message with questions, though this is about all I know about these harps.

I pack these items myself for shipping and I pack them like I was shipping them to my brother so you know they'll be safely packed for shipping.

The price you pay for shipping also includes insurance for the full amount you will have paid so if there is a problem, you'll be covered.

thanks for having a look. I figured the harp missing the button would be tougher to sell alone, so I'm packaging a pretty good deal here, I think.

peace,

Don


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Listeda month ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • ( 2 ) The 64 Chromonica harmonica (s)
Finish
  • black
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Year
  • not sure
Made In
  • Germany

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