Samick Melodihorn A-25

 
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The Samick musical instrument company was founded in Korea in 1958. It is one of the world’s largest musical instrument manufacturers.

Make: Samick
Model name: Melodihorn A-25
Reed type: Multi reed plates
Dimensions: Unknown
Weight: Unknown
Keys: 25
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Beginner
Features: None
Year of manufacture: Unknown. Discontinued

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1 Review

  1. Alan Brinton

    This is the Samick version of the 1970s Suzuki Melodion A-25 (or "Study 25"). The Suzuki Study 25 is, in my opinion, one of the best among vintage Suzuki Melodions. 1970s Samick Melodihorns seem to have been manufactured in Korea to Suzuki specifications rather than in Japan by Suzuki, and their "fit and finish" is not, in some cases at least, quite up to that of their Suzuki counterparts. rnrnStrictly speaking, I have not had the experience of playing the A-25 Melodihorn. But I have lots of experience with the Suzuki Study 25, which has a clear, bright, harmonica-like sound and fairly even, springy key action. The only advantage I can see for the Samick is the cream and red color scheme. While the Samick A-25 is relatively rare, a Suzuki Study 25 (A-25) is fairly easy to find for under $30 U.S. and, because of its durability, likely to be in fairly good playing condition.