I am very biased because my first real harmonica was a Special 20 and that is what I have been playing all my life. For the price I think this is the best value on the market for a good, basic harmonica for standard use. I am more of a singer/songwriter, not a harmonica expert but I have tried quite a few other brands and models of harmonicas and keep going back to the Special 20?s. Why? Well they are very comfortable and easy to play and they usually last a long time (with almost daily use) although I have had a few lemons and I have blown out a few reeds but that is to be expected. I usually use this harmonica in the Dunlop harmonica holder (it only works with the standard shaped harps) while playing guitar or for recording stuff in my home studio. I would recommend this product to beginner and intermediate players and for anyone who wants a great all-purpose instrument. You really can?t get a better harmonica for the price. One thing to be aware of is that the Special 20?s are available in several different tunings There is a country tuning and a low tuning. The low tuning is just like the standard tuning but lower. I have one of these and I love it as well. The country tuning is a bit different and is made to play in 2nd position so the notes are a bit different. So do your research before buying.
This is my 3rd Special 20. These are great harmonicas. The price is a little daunting but you get what you pay for. I've bought a few $10-$15 harps that sound good at first but then lose their power quickly. These harmonicas hold their powerful sound for a really long time. My D harp is quite old and still plays better than my new Hot Metal. It's quite easy to bend notes and play with sounds on these harps. Highly recommended.
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