Im not proffesional of Jaw Harps, but this one definitely is not the very good one. The sound is not long and not loud, but for 4$ you cant hope for anything professional, and its musical instrument, and they are always expensive. Im not upset, because i bought this just for fun, entertainment and i wanted to learn to play it. If you want very professional and good sound, i would reccomend getting another jaw harp, because this one is not that good. But- if you think about the price of it, for 4$ its decent. Summary: If you want professional sound, dont buy this, but if you just want to have fun and learn how to play it, do it! For 4$ you cant get anything better.
I wrote at length of my childhood memories of instruments like this in another review, so I won't bore you with that here. But I must say that a jaw harp is a very good entry into the wonderful world of music - both for children, teenagers, and adults - and this is about as good a starting point as you can find.
It looks nice, sounds nice, is relatively easy to play and has a favourable price. It can be a bit difficult to get a clean note from, and is not really adjustable in any way. I have not tested its stability during extended use yet, but I doubt it will break too easily considering the fact that it's made of metal and feels sturdy.
Recommended purchase for anyone wishing to try a jaw harp, or anyone wanting to raise someone else's interest in playing. If you are buying for a kid, try a smaller size first.
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