Suzuki S27

 
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The Suzuki corporation was established in 1953 in Hamamatsu, Japan. It has since grown into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of musical instruments for education.

Make: Suzuki
Model name: S27
Reed type: Multi reed plates
Dimensions: 37 x 10 x 3.5cm
Weight: Unknown
Keys: 27
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Beginner
Features: None
Year of manufacture: Unknown

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1 Review

  1. Pino

    This is a good addition to a melodica collection. You could not want it as your primary instrument, as the range is limited, and I don't think the highest notes sound that good. The highest note is an A6, and it is very hard to voice well. You'll need a lot of lung power. The lowest note is a G4, which is the G above meddle C. You will really burst through a mix if you are playing this melodica in a group. It is loud for its compact size. It easily fits in a small backpack for days out. Our dogs look worried when I play the high notes in the house.rnrnI don't know when the model was manufactured, but it looks like 1970s to me. The body is made of that very shiny plastic that was popular then. The case is a gig bag with reinforced sides and corners. The whole package looks very retro, and is eye-catching, especially with the silver Suzuki straight mouthpiece. rnrnYou can find these on eBay between the £16 and £20 price range, and if you can get one in decent condition, it will be well worth that little chunk of change.