All versions have large channel openings and a projecting mouthpiece to facilitate learning to play single notes, as well as stylishly retro stainless steel covers. If you’re completely new to the world of the chromatic harmonica and want to find out if it’s for you, choose the smaller Chrometta 8 or 10. If you already have a little experience and are seriously interested in learning to play, we recommend the Chrometta 12 or 14.
The largest of the Chrometta Series, this model has the same tonal range as a violin, making it possible to play many classical pieces which require a greater range than that of the 3 octave chromatic. It’s great for ambitious beginners who want to stretch out and expand their musical boundaries.
|Reed plates (material, thickness):||brass, 1.05 mm|
|Reed plates (surface):||brass|
|Reeds (number, material):||56, brass|
|Comb (material, colour):||ABS, black|
|Comb (finish):||ABS, glossy|
|Mouthpiece (surface):||ABS, glossy|
|Cover plates:||stainless steel|
|Number of holes:||14|
|Tonal range:||3 1/2 octaves, G3 – D7|
|Length:||19 cm / 7.5″|