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Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Review

Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Review







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Suzuki Harmonica (HA-20-C)

The ha-20 harmonica carries the colored Hammond logo

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There are harmonicas you buy for sound, the ones you buy because of price and the ones you get for looks. AND, surely, there are the people you buy for all the reasons on the planet. One particular harps is Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica. 

Thwill be is a gorgeous looking and sounding instrument that'll be an amazing addition to the collection of an intermediate player or a great starting point for a beginner. While some beginner might believe that it is a bit too pricey for their taste (a.k.a. budget) I still think it is a solid investment if you plan on learning and using it for years (because this usually model will certainly last you for some time).

Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Reviews

Suzuki Harmonica (HA-20-C)

Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Information

Tuning: C

Also known as the "Hammond Blues Organ" - the reason for this is the sound of this harp, which is based on that of the legendary Hammond organ

Black chromed brass cover

Reedplates: brass/phosphor bronze

Body material: Aluminium

Dimensions: 100 x 27 x 20 mm

Weight: 90 g

Includes case

Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions3.94 x 1.57 x 0.79 inches
Domestic ShippingItem can be shipped within U.S.
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Country of OriginJapan
Item model numberHA-20-C
Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableFebruary 24, 2008
Color NameC
Material TypeBronze
Musical StyleJazz

Brand Information

Detail Vist website
Suzuki Corporation Japan
Post code: 430-0852 2-25-7 Ryoke, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan
In 1974

Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica Build


This Suzuki Hammond model in the key of C offers quality construction and nice materials that complement each other. With durable phosphor bronze reeds and black shell with premium finish with colored Hammond logo, you will get an instrument that lasts a while and looks amazing (if you take good care of it, of course). When it comes to the weight of this instrument, I would not say it is lightweight but it definitely won’t bother you. Personally, I liked that it had some weight, makes it feel more solid and not toy-ish in the hands. The dimension, however, allows you to carry it around in your pocket. The model also includes extra sturdy hardshell carrying case. Overall, I would say, construction-wise it is a very long lasting instrument Also it comes in all 12 keys, if you enjoy it but don’t need a harp in the main element of C, you could have your pick.

Suzuki Harmonica HA-20-C Sound

This 10-hole diatonic harmonica has very nuanced, rich sound. While the price of the instrument might not be that low for becomeginners, it definitely pays off when you start playing. It's very responsive and the projection is fantastic. Probably the best part of this instrument is that it's very versatile. It fits perfectly with rock, folk, pop, you name it.

92 Expert Score

https://reviews.harmonicatabs.neEver wanted a Hammond organ that will fit in your pocket? Look no further. The ha-20 harmonica carries the colored Hammond logo, which looks great against its black shell. Immediately you will be addicted to its beautiful sound. The ha-20 features Phosphor bronze reeds and includes a hard shell carrying case.t/dashboard/blog/posts/create

  • Great looks
  • Responsive
  • Rich sound
  • Expensive for beginners
  • Might be a bit heavy


Overall, Suzuki HA-20-C 10-Hole Diatonic Harmonica will not disappoint. For the price, you may be paying this harmonica offers quality construction which allows for rich sound and versatility and also stunning, polished looks. This is a solid contender in its cost range but if you are a beginner it may be a bit overpriced. Personally, I'd still rather spend money on the HA-20 because it is durable and can last you for a long time to come.

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