A Quality Blues Harp
The superb sound of the Lee Oskar Major Diatonic harmonica reflects its top-quality materials, construction, and design. Playing traditional blues on this harp is a piece of cake, by virtue of its major diatonic tuning. Many professional players - and quite a few here at MusicWorks turn to Lee Oskar harmonicas. Check out the Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica, and you'll see why!
Lee Oskar - a harmonica whiz!
Lee Oskar was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1948 and received his first harmonica at the age of six. In his late teens, Oskar traveled to America, where he formed the popular funk band War. Lee's iconic hook in the song "Low Rider" is arguably the most memorable harmonica part in rock history. In 1983, Lee formed Lee Oskar Harmonica, crafting harps suited to common genres of music such as blues, rock, country, reggae, pop, and jazz, as well as less common genres such as Eastern European, Gypsy, Yiddish, Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Asian, and European/American folk music.
The Lee Oskar Major Diatonic harmonica is a quality blues harp!
Built in Japan to Lee Oskar's exacting standards
Tuned to 441-plus hertz for a brighter sound
Easier second-position bending
All key components are replaceable
Durable and longer-lasting than other harps
Key: D Major
Model - 1910
Series - 1910 Diatonic Harmonica
Key - D Major
Holes - 10
Reeds - Double
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