Hohner Releases the Beatles Harmonica

Made in Germany to the highest standards of craftsmanship, this great little instrument offers you the opportunity to join the party and play along!


To honor the contribution that the Beatles have made to popular musical culture, Hohner has created the new Hohner Beatles Harmonica. Made in Germany to the highest standards of craftsmanship, this great little instrument offers you the opportunity to join the party and play along!

When the Beatles began their musical career in the early 1960s as an unknown pop group from Liverpool, nobody could have dreamed that their music would still be around over 60 years later. From their humble beginnings, in less than ten years they went on to produce a vast body of timeless compositions which have won a place in the hearts of generations of music lovers around the world.

Hohner The Beatles Harmonica

The songs of the Beatles have played a defining role in popular music over the last six decades and will still be setting standards for years to come. With the new Beatles Harmonica, you too can learn to play these timeless melodies. And remember, the Hohner harmonica played a role in some of the Beatles´ early hits.

MSRP: $49.99. For more information, please visit hohner.de.


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