Hohner Airboard 32

 
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Hohner is a musical instrument manufacturer with a reputation for innovative design and invention. The company was founded in Germany by Matthias Hohner in 1857, who began making harmonicas with his wife and one other employee. During the 1950s the Hohner company added a newly invented instrument they named ‘melodica’ to their catalogue. The melodica was a success, and was soon copied by several other companies around the world.

The Airboard 32 is based on the Hohner Performer 32, with the addition of a colourful case and an upgraded flexible mouthpiece.

Make: Hohner
Model name: Airboard
Reed type: Multi reed plates
Dimensions: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Keys: 32
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Intermediate
Features: None
Year of manufacture: 2014

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  1. Definitely not worth its price. Hohner doesn't manufacture their melodicas like they used to -in Germany, with quality craftsmanship . Now they mostly come from China and they suck. This is unfortunate because Hohner is supposedly the originator of the melodica. I payed about 80 USD for this melodica on Amazon and i am sure i got ripped off. All this melodica is is a Honhner Instructor 32 with a weird flexible mouthpiece and colorful body. thankfully the suzuki mouthpieces are compatible because the one that comes with this melodica also sucks. I hate to talk bad about Hohner because i love my Piano 36 and 26 so much. it is just a shame that they dont produce great melodiccas like they used to. Keys are easily played with light breath but after long periods of playing i think the reeds get clogged with moisture and it happens more-so on this melodica than others. If i were an expert i would comment more on the sound but lets just say its incomparable to the suzikis or older hohners like the 36 and 26. I wouldnt reccomend this melodica. For what it costs, you might as well get a suzuki m37c