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Hohner AirBoard Rasta 37 Key Melodica with Bag

SKU: # 505451   |   Model: # AB37-RASTA   |    Product Reviews1 Reviews  Write a Review

AirBoard Rasta 37 Key Melodica with Bag

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AirBoard Rasta 37 Key Melodica with Bag
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The new AirBoard Rasta was designed for players of Roots and Dub Reggae styles. With Hohner's signature sound, a hot, new tri-color look, striking, padded travel bag and Blowflow mouthpiece, the AirBoard Rasta is designed for a new generation of players who want to express themselves on a unique, stylish-looking instrument.

The AirBoard requires no computer, no cables, and no power source. At its affordable price, anyone can grab an AirBoard and jam anywhere joining ukulele players, guitarists and other acoustic musicians. The AirBoard enables musicians to add a unique look and sound to their performances.

Specifications:
• Note range: 32=F3-C6, 37=F3-F6
• Number of keys: 37
• Body material: Plastic
• Key material: Plastic
• Mouthpiece: BlowFlow Adjustable
• Gig Bag: Padded Gig Bag with Strap

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Who would have thought the dorky melodica could become a symbol of rebellion and Rock and Roll? This colourful, loud little instrument will strap over your shoulder while you bicycle downtown, and you can jam on the street while protesting Canadian foreign interventions! Good touch response, with 3 octaves of pleasant sound. The BlowFlow mouthpiece can blast a lot of air for polyphonic playing. The mouthpiece hole is a universal size, and I prefer to use a longer Angel melodica hose so I can see my fingers. You're paying that little extra for solid German engineering, folks.
Posted by Andrew on May 15, 2018
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