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Suzuki SU-FM1072C - Folk Master 1072 (C)

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SU-FM1072C - Folk Master 1072 (C)
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This harmonica has a classic design with sculptured metal cover. It is the timeless standard of diatonic harmonicas. If you are nostalgic for the sound of the past, this traditional diatonic is the right harmonica for you.


Available in 12 standard keys (C, G, A, D, E, F, Bb, B, F#, Eb, Ab and Db) and includes a hard shell carrying case.

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First Harmonica 1 of 3 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Kingston, Ontario
Bought this about a month ago. Its my first Harmonica. I would say it is definently not the best choice to buy at any level. I can already here notes being off or wonky. Im by no means good at playing but I have already outgrown this harp.
Posted by Jamie on Jun 3, 2022
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Good Harmonica 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Calgary East, Alberta
This harmonica is a great harmonica for playing Folk , Country, Gospel and so on in the first position.If played properly with a normal breath has a nice tone. I've a couple of these that are ten years old, have been cleaned a few times and still play well..The bottom line is, dollar for dollar and note for note these hamonicas are good hsrmonicas!
Posted by John Boyle on Apr 10, 2022
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Just bought it 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Trois-Rivières, Quebec
Sounds mellower than my Hohner in C . Happy with it.
Posted by Gerry on Nov 5, 2021
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Folk Master Harmonica 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Victoria, British Columbia
I had this harmonica twice. I thought it was a good deal for the price but the harmonica turned out to be horrible. Notes don't work properly on this harmonica. I would not recommend it to anyone. Don't waste your money on this harmonica.
Posted by Emily on Sep 14, 2021
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mistake 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Ottawa, Ontario
Was my first harmonica ever....it had "dead holes" so returned to L&M and upgraded to the Pro Master....sooooo much nicer! Pass by the folk master and spend more to get something you will want to play!
Posted by Kim on Feb 2, 2020
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Suzuki folk harmonica 'G' 1 of 1 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Winnipeg (Wall St), Manitoba
My first Suzuki harmonica. I usually get Hohners but theyve become quite pricey. I was looking for under $20. This one hits the low notes clear. Impressive. Will find out later if the notes will stay in tune.
Posted by Barney on Oct 27, 2018
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Won't last long 10 of 12 customers found this review helpful
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Closest Store   Waterloo, Ontario
I bought both a D and C from Long and Mcquade. I Used them quite minimally for a few months and both - BOTH - began whistling and jamming on the high notes. If harps were returnable I would so do it. Junk. On the plus side, if there are any pluses to be had, they came in nice enough hard cases and sounded alright until they stopped working. My Hohner Special 20, however, which I also bought from L&M around the same time, still works and sounds great.
Posted by Deoti Carton on Apr 22, 2016
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