Samick Melodihorn SM-37

 
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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 SM-37
Reed type: Multi reed plates
Dimensions: Unknown
Weight: 800g
Keys: 37
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Intermediate
Features: None
Year of manufacture: Unknown

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2 Reviews

  1. Kevin

    This is a fairly sweet sounding melodica. It's insides are similar in design to the Yamaha Pianica the tone is a little more mellow and softer than the pianica. It doesn't respond very well to hard blowing.rnThe keyboard is very even with a very shallow key dip.rnThe worst thing about it is the garish colors.rnAt the time I bought it, it was the only one I had seen besides Hohner with the trumpet style mouthpiece.rnI must add this that out of a dozen or so melodicas I own or have owned this is the ONLY one that was tuned correctly and tuned to A=440!rnI really don't know why the other builders can't/don't do this?rnSamick isn't even known for their reed instruments.rnI don't think it's being manufactured anymore?

  2. Kevin

    This is a fairly sweet sounding melodica. It's insides are similar in design to the Yamaha Pianica the tone is a little more mellow and softer than the pianica. It doesn't respond very well to hard blowing.rnThe keyboard is very even with a very shallow key dip.rnThe worst thing about it is the garish colors.rnAt the time I bought it, it was the only one I had seen besides Hohner with the trumpet style mouthpiece.rnI must add this that out of a dozen or so melodicas I own or have owned this is the ONLY one that was tuned correctly and tuned to A=440!rnI really don't know why the other builders can't/don't do this?rnSamick isn't even known for their reed instruments.rnI don't think it's being manufactured anymore?