The Big Six Blues is a standard diatonic harp in the key of “C” with the holes 1-6 of a standard diatonic and is thereforesuited best for playing in the second position. It has great sound because of stainless steel reeds also used in our top-model the 1847. It’s packed into a tin-can, that serves as package but also as a resonator for many sound effects. The sealed wooden comb is made of beech and it comes with mounting for the provided lanyard.
Dave Gage Review: These are fun. A smaller than normal size diatonic with only 6 holes, but it’s the six best ones if you are 2nd Position (cross harp) player. It also features stainless steel reeds like it’s big brother, the Seydel 1847 Classic (link below).
These make great gifts for the harmonica player who thought he or she had everything.