Seydel Sailor Steel Tremolo Harmonica
The SAILOR STEEL Tremolo is the first traditionally shaped tremolo harmonica with stainless steel reeds and Richter tuning
Traditional Tremolo Harmonica With SEYDEL's Unique Stainless Steel Reeds
This traditionally built diatonic tremolo harmonica has a shared plastic comb: four holes in a square correspond to one pull and one blow note.
When a single note is played, two reeds that are tuned slightly differently begin to work together. As a result, the floating tremolo sound is produced which has become a typical stylistic element of many different types of folk music on the harmonica.
The SAILOR STEEL Tremolo is available in the keys of C, D and G major, as well as in A and E harmonic minor.
The SAILOR STEEL Tremolo is great for playing melodies or chord accompaniment. When played with the so-called tongue block technique, both can be done simultaneously and the full and rich sound of the SAILOR STEEL Tremolo is reminiscent of a large styrian accordion.
• 24 double holes
• 48 stainless steel reeds (and rivets) with very good pitch stability and a loud and full sound
• housing: split, black plastic - non-corrosive and swelling-free
• barn covers made of stainless steel
• airtight reed plates made of German silver (1.0 mm) with very good flatness
• weight: 134 g
Dimensions: 182 x 30 x 24 mm
The SAILOR STEEL Tremolo - ambitious players of many traditional music styles (Shanty, Alpenländische Volksmusik, Irish Folk, Classical, etc.) will not want to miss this fantastic instrument.