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Hohner Toots Hard Bopper

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The Hohner Toots Hard Bopper is a Jean "Toots" Thielemans Signature Chromatic Harmonica. “I fee...  All product info

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The Hohner Toots Hard Bopper is a Jean "Toots" Thielemans Signature Chromatic Harmonica. “I feel best in that little space between a smile and a tear"; the grand old man of harmonica jazz Jean‚ Toots’ Thielemans is one of the most widely recorded artists on the chromatic harmonica. He has also composed numerous pieces for the instrument. Conceived as a homage to the elder statesman of harmonica jazz and designed in close cooperation with the master himself, the two models of this series reflect the musical demands of the discerning jazz chromonica player.

The main features of the Hohner Toots Hard Bopper include:


  • Pearwood comb, optimized for improved response in the upper register
  • 1.2 mm chrome plated brass reed plates
  • Short slide action
  • Chrome plated brass covers with Toots signature embossing
  • Hard shell case
  • With serial number
  • Bright, powerful sound
  • Item name: Toots Hard Bopper
  • Type: chromatic
  • Key: C
  • Tuning: chromatic
  • Number of holes: 12
  • Reeds: 48, brass
  • Cover surface: stainless steel
  • Reed plates: 1.2 mm brass
  • Reed plate surface: nickel
  • Mouthpiece surface: chrome
  • Slide construction: straight
  • Comb: pearwood, brown
  • Length: 15.5 cm
  • Made in Germany

Scope of Delivery:

  • incl. Case / Bag: Box


  • Manufacturer: Hohner
  • Weight (kg): 0.28
  • Tuning: Chromatic
  • Reeds: 48
  • Housing Material: Metal
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