Angel Melodyhorn 37

 
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Angel Musical Instruments Ltd are part of the Yurae Music Corporation, based in South Korea. They make a range of educational instruments primarily for the the Netherlands, China, France and the USA.

Make: Angel
Model name: Melodyhorn 37 (AMEX37K)
Reed type: Multi reed plates
Dimensions: 38.6 x 12.4 x 8.2cm
Weight: 821g
Keys: 37
Country of manufacture: South Korea
Player level: Intermediate
Features: None
Year of manufacture: Unknown

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3 Reviews

  1. Daren Banarsë

    Daren Banarsë

    37K2 was replaced with AMEX37KrnAlso described as the L-37 (L37)rnrnPros:rnVery comfortable uniform keyboard with a medium spring. The last 4 notes in the treble curve slightly upward, though this doesn’t present any problem when playing.rnrnThe sound is quite rough and ready, very characterful, a bit like a concertina. Its playability and tone make it ideal for a range of music styles including folk and jazzrnrnGood value for moneyrnrnCons:rnLooks like a toy.rnrnGoes out of tune quicker than other melodicasrnrnVerdict:rnSuperb entry level melodica with a nice keyboard action

  2. Benny F Sumarta

    I loved this melodyhorn,sounds like smooky trumpet (for me),responsives keyboard for fast phrasing,but expressive cool in ballads,with this characters,i can do anything.rnThe manufacture is not as good as yamaha,but i need sound and playability more than it.

  3. Adam Tombs

    The best of the cheapies in regard to sound and playability. rnSoundwise very cool concertina sound (as troy has already said). I really like it, even though it's not the 'best' quality it still gets more play time than any of my other melodicas.rnrnBecause it is 'replaceable' it's a great choice for travelling or taking to play and jam anywhere you want without stressing about it getting dropped or molested by a colleague's kids. rnrnDon't laugh, I have had to rescue my custom 'one of a kind' Bodhran, my wife's custom made djembe, our ukuleles and the melodyhorn from the sticky clutches of my workmate's kids. :-( rnrnNot pretty, but luckily no casualties on either side ensued.