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Hohner F, Tuning Plate
Item number: 100013149
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Tuning Plate • Hohner tuning/reed plate for harmonicas F 1.05 mm F major for crossharp MS reed plate (nickel-plated) for "master class MS" models by Hohner. Simple assembly, the screws for the cover and plates are supplied. Which reed plate in which model? Big River Harp - 0,9 mm tuning set Blues Harp MS - 0,9 mm tuning set Pro Harp MS - 0,9 mm tuning set Crossharp MS - 1,05 mm tuning set Masterclass MS - 1,05 mm Tuning set, nickel plated The Modular System (MS) The abbreviation "MS" on the instrument stands for the modular system, a concept for the Hohner harmonica design. MS harmonicas benefit from innovations that improve both the playing characteristics as well as ease the care and handling. All MS components (combs, covers reed plates) can be combined individually. Simple assembly allows easy assembly. The concept offers the player the possibility to adapt the instrument to his individual needs. Hohner Musical Instruments If one speaks of harmonicas, the name Hohner falls instantly. No other company has shaped this product in such a way and has achieved so much for the further development and the importance of this musical instrument as Hohner. The harmonicas from the Hohner family have embraced a triumphal procession around the world - more than 100 years ago. One of the largest pallets of different "harps" is offered to us here: from the small Speedy, the children's model to the masterclass, everyone will find their fitting model. The company Hohner Musikinstrumente, based in Trossingen, is one of the largest European manufacturers of musical instruments. Hohner products are sold worldwide, and this has been going on for 149 years! The quality is clearly the focus of Hohner. Since in this time it is no longer good enough to build good instruments to be successful, Hohner wants to promote and support the making of music. The Hohner motto "Enjoy playing music - playing Hohner". Hohner, a partner of those who enjoy making music themselves.