C.A. Seydel Söhne Big Six Blues Harp - C tuning. The Big Six blues is a standard diatonic harp in the key of C (12 notes) and is therefore suited best for playing in the second position. Sealed wooden comb made of beech, with mounting for the provided lanyard, packed into a tin can that serves packaging but also as a resonator for many sound effects
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Dreamlike - like driving Porsche and paying for golf
Herr Krause, 07.01.2015
You have to say it so clearly: With the Bix Six, the craftsmen of Seydel show how a perfect bluesharp has to be. It is an outstanding musical instrument as well as a high-precision work of art and clearly defines the Bluesharps benchmark. Only here there is a wooden carcass body and the excellent stainless steel tunings, combined with excellent ergonomics and rusty sound. For a similar instrument, you have to spend about 75 Euro (1847 Classic). I wonder how the Seydels manage to build the Big Six for just under 25 euros. It is definitely worth more.
The Big Six can be played directly from the box, and bendings and effects are self-evident. You can take them hard after a short prehistoric play, and you can play for hours in ecstasy without being disturbed afterwards. Even if she likes it wildly, she will never bite you and never let you down a beard. In other words, the processing is world class and also allows an excellent durability forecast.
Another advantage that even deserved a sixth feature star is the key chain on which the Big Six hangs. This is not only very practical, but also has the advantage that the harp is always hanging from the belly, so it is constantly at body temperature. So you can take it in your hands at any time and come straight to the point without preheating.
The speech can not be improved. She reacts quickly to all commands and takes only very little air to seduce you with her soft-rosy voice. If you give full throttle, there is only goose bumps and then the realization that an amp is actually overvalued.
Conclusion: Her voice is seductive, she can scream and whisper, feels hand and mouth smooth, tastes excellent, looks stunning and costs almost nothing without being cheap. If she were a woman, I would marry her. Just one thing bothers me: there is the Big Six with woodcorpus only in C, which is enough for a blues with an open-G tuned guitar completely. One more word on the intonation: the voices at Seydel were bright, the intonation is perfect. Thank you.
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