Kevin started the topic Does anyone play the melodica for reasons other than the sound? in the forum General melodica discussion 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Does anyone play the melodica for reasons other than the sound?
I for one am not a great fan of the free reed sound. In particular the accordion or concertina. I don’t care for the melodica models that sound accordion like or some of the two-handed techniques that sound accordion-ish.
Why do I play the melodica then?
I’m old enough to remember…[Read more]
I’m going to resurrect this over a year old thread since this is where the Suzuki bladder was being discussed.
I indeed took a piece of thick duct tape and placed it over the pencil sized hole on the inside of the reed cover of my Suzuki M-37C.
That way air-flow bypassed the bladder but also kept it intact.
I put it away shortly after that(just…[Read more]
I;m glad Melodica World is back. I don’t care for Facebook – and it apparently doesn’t care for me either, as it disabled my account probably for lack of use.
Monsters of Melodica’s World Session V sign ups will start November 15th to December 31. Please send your name and email to:
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This year’s tune will be Marvin Gaye’s “MERCY MERCY ME” so get your groove on and get ready to jam.
If you want to audition for a…[Read more]
I recently got a Hohner piano 26 and 27.
I can’t believe how sweet they sound and the fact that
even chords sound clear on them.
Amazon has the new Suzuki pro37 v3 for $229 which is a lot lower than the $315 I have seen it for on ebay.
Has anyone tried it out?
I spoke to someone from Suzuki usa and it seems that the only difference is…[Read more]
I have the M-37C have owned he Pro 37 v2 and the M-37C. I doubt, based on Suzuki’s history with new models, that the v3 is significantly different from the v2. In my opinion, the M-37C is superior in all respects other than the screw off release valve to the Pro 37 v2. I would be inclined to stick with the M-37C. Better to invest in acquiring a…[Read more]
Got a 1965 silvertone orgamonica today. The 25 key model in pretty fair conition. Not surprisingly the seals are leaky but all reeds are good and I was pleased that the tone is deep
and rich. Don’t expect to perform any repair because of the limited use I
Alan Brinton replied to the topic A melodica and acoustic guitar piece – "Winter at sea" in the forum Members' melodica recordings 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I think the Hohner International 32 was probably manufactured in Brazil.
Melodica-Me replied to the topic A melodica and acoustic guitar piece – "Winter at sea" in the forum Members' melodica recordings 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Hello Andre, I have been looking for information for the Soloist for a few years on may sites but have not found any information on it and was hoping you may have seen one in your country. The only information In received from Hohner (USA) was that it may have been made for a special event or for a specific client. The response from Hohner…[Read more]
André Sant'Anna replied to the topic A melodica and acoustic guitar piece – "Winter at sea" in the forum Members' melodica recordings 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Hello, Melodica-me. Unfortunately Hohner Solist is not common in Brazil. Actually, I read about it here on the forum, so I don’t have more information than you and I know that it is a very rare model. In this part of the video I was talking about professional melodicas models, so I used a picture of the Solist as an illustration. I found it…[Read more]
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