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ARTHOMES H-01 Blues Harmonica Major Key of C

ARTHOMES H-01 Blues Harmonica Major Key of C

The ARTHOMES H-01 is a compact harmonica in the key of C major, with 10 holes and 20 tones.

It is small enough to fit in a regular size pocket, making it ideal for those who are looking for a portable diatonic harmonica or for younger musicians.

Matching its small size is its affordability, which ARTHOMES is able to achieve without compromising quality or functionality.

Finally, this harmonica is bundled with an even smaller 4 holes 8 tones necklace harmonica, a cleaning cloth and a carrying case.

Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica - Key of C

Lee Oskar Major Diatonic Harmonica

The Major Diatonic harmonica features Lee Oskar’s plastic comb that’s easier to clean and maintain. Its recessed bed securely holds the reed plate in order to prevent air leakage and project louder sounds.

Since Lee Oskar are one of the pioneers the modular system, they provide replaceable and easy to install mountable reed plates for this particular harmonica along with the rest of their harmonica line.

Hohner Blues Harp MS Harmonica - Key of C

Hohner Blues Harp MS Harmonica

Hohner designed this harp to handle the intensity of blues style playing, with a sound that also matches what's expected of the genre.

It has a wood comb that helps shape its classic tone, which should be at home with blues, rock and similar styles.

What makes this blues harp stand out is its "modular system" design, which lets you swap out its parts to change the tone, including its comb, reed plates, and cover.

Sony MDR-7506 Closed-Back Headphones

Sony MDR-7506 Closed-Back Headphones

The MDR-7506 was introduced in 1991 as a "studio" version of the DJ oriented MDR-V6 and quickly became a favorite for studio engineers for their honest sound signature which helps make critical mix decisions easier.

The MDR prefix is an initialism of the Micro Dynamic Receiver trademark. Initially released with Samarium-Cobalt Magnets, Sony changed the spec to Neodymium somewhere along its nearly 30 years of production.

The earcups also swivel outward to enable you to hear your environment or voice better during tracking.

Shure SRH1840 Open-Back Studio Headphones

Shure SRH1840 Open-Back Studio Headphones

Resounding echoes of "It's a budget Sennheiser HD 800" populate message boards and social media groups which propelled the popularity of the SRH1840 with the home hi-fi and audio engineering crowd.

The SRH1840 are open-back headphones made for mastering or critical listening. They have matched neodymium drivers for smooth and accurate frequency responses.

Built with an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy yoke and stainless steel grilles, these headphones are both lightweight and durable. The headband also has a padded and ergonomic design for extra comfort.

AKG K 240 MK II Semi-open Studio Headphones

AKG K 240 MK II Semi-open Studio Headphones

According to AKG, the K240 Studio is their most popular model.

While the original K240 was created in 1975, it has gone through many minor revisions before branching out into the K240 MKII and the K240 Studio.

Both models are very similar. The MKII has a different aesthetic and has additional accessories but the Lower-priced "Studio Model" without the fancy accoutrements edges out it's more expensive sibling.

DR Strings MR-45 Hi-Beam Stainless Steel Medium Bass Guitar Strings (Medium)

DR Strings MR-45 Hi-Beam Stainless Steel Medium Bass Guitar Strings

This is essentially a modern reproduction of classic bass string sets, the main difference being its DR Strings designed round core, which the company says helps improve longevity.

Together with its round winding, this set adds just a bit of treble to your voicing, not as harsh as what other sets usually bring to the table.

Ernie Ball 2834 Super Slinky Nickel Round Wound Bass String Set

Ernie Ball 2834 Super Slinky Nickel Round Wound Bass Set

Dave La Rue (Dixie Dregs), John Myung (Dream Theater), Mark Hoppus (Blink 182) and Paul McCartney are just a few of the many pro bassists who have used Ernie Ball strings.

The 2834 in particular is a medium gauge roundwound set that features a hex shaped steel core wire and nickel plated steel windings.

The round windings give this string a more balanced tonality that works well with many different musical styles.

MONO Vertigo Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag Dreadnought

MONO Vertigo Hybrid Acoustic Guitar Gig Bag

The Mono Vertigo literally stands out from the crowd with its top loaded design, where it lets you open and close the case while standing vertically.

This is made possible via a hidden hinge on the front panel of the case, which allows it to naturally open to the front for easy top access to your guitar.

Also cool is its headlock mechanism, which ensures that your guitar does not move around when in vertical position.

Godin TRIC Deluxe Multifit Acoustic Guitar Case

Godin TRIC Deluxe Multifit

The Godin TRIC Deluxe Multifit guitar case gives you some of the convenience and portability of gig bags, while offering as much protection as traditional hardwood cases.

It is a hybrid guitar case that features lightweight yet high impact resistant extended polypropylene, the same material used in protective headgear.

This way it offers good protection while keeping weight reasonable at 3.65 lbs.