Lee Oskar By Tombo - Major Diatonic Harmonica 1910 - Key Of F
Well-suited for blues, rock, country, folk, and jazz. These harmonicas are more airtight, easier to bend, and better sounding than many harps and feature a modular design.
Built in Japan to his exacting standards and incorporating new techniques and materials, it was in 1983 that Lee Oskar introduced his new harmonica. The radically different harp design grew out of Lee's frustration with the lack of quality and consistency in the mouth harps of the day. The design also benefited from Oskar's insights as a seasoned recording and touring pro.
- Lee Oskar By Tombo - Major Diatonic Harmonica 1910 - Key Of F
- Easy Second-Position Bending
- All Key Components Are Replaceable
- Authorized Lee Oskar Dealer
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