Airwave Harmonica - Blue

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Airwave Harmonica - Blue
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Airwave 10 Hole Diatonic Harmonica

With a modern design and cool colours, the Airwave harmonica is lots of fun to play for the young beginner and the young at heart!

The harmonica is the only instrument you can play simply by breathing in and out of it. You can play right away and sound really good in just a few minutes!

Instructional Booklet

Included with the Airwave is an instructional booklet that teaches notes, chords, and has exciting play along songs.

Created by one of Suzuki's many professional harmonica endorsers, Ron Shellist has a long history in music education. His ability to demonstrate his knowledge to beginners with his background in teaching elementary school children is second to none. Ron has taught the harmonica for over 20 years and has an extensive on line library of lessons. The Airwave Instruction Booklet is not only simple to read and understand, it is demonstrated on line by Ron himself. There is even a free lesson!

Learning to play the Airwave harmonica is as easy as 1-2-3.


• Comes in three bright colours - blue, orange and red (colours sold separately)
• Easier to hold than a traditional harmonica
• No metal parts on the outside
• Includes instructional booklet

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Have a Harmonica Jam with your 2-year old. 4 of 4 customers found this review helpful
Product Experience   I own it
Closest Store   Toronto (Bloor St.), Ontario
My grand-daughter loves to play harmonica. It is so cute. I am afraid to let her play my old Marine Band, though. It's made of wood and metal, held together with nails that can wiggle out. Toy harmonicas are no fun. You really can't play them. The Suzuki AirWave is the perfect solution. It is sturdy plastic glued tightly together and oversized so it is easy for her to hang on to. But it is a real 10-hole harmonica with a decent sound
Posted by Alan Witkin on Apr 4, 2021
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