Suzuki Humming Mate & three others...
#1
https://youtu.be/1jDjmashaMg 

In this video, I compare the Suzuki Humming Mate with three other shorter scale tremolos; the 16-holers from Swan and Parrot and the Suzuki Winner. The Suzukis are absolutely great, the Swan not so great, and my beaten old Parrot holds its own pretty well.

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#2
(09-02-2016, 11:04 AM)I\m OPdrbekken Wrote: https://youtu.be/1jDjmashaMg 

In this video, I compare the Suzuki Humming Mate with three other shorter scale tremolos; the 16-holers from Swan and Parrot and the Suzuki Winner. The Suzukis are absolutely great, the Swan not so great, and my beaten old Parrot holds its own pretty well.

Excellent review! Thank you!
My Humming mate is fast becoming my favorite harmonica, portable and so easy to play! I wish they would make It in A, Low D, and G too. I would buy them all. Suzuki did it right with that harmonica!
You have made me curious about the Winner too.
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#3
(09-02-2016, 10:36 PM)Crawforde Wrote:
(09-02-2016, 11:04 AM)I\m OPdrbekken Wrote: https://youtu.be/1jDjmashaMg 

In this video, I compare the Suzuki Humming Mate with three other shorter scale tremolos; the 16-holers from Swan and Parrot and the Suzuki Winner. The Suzukis are absolutely great, the Swan not so great, and my beaten old Parrot holds its own pretty well.

Excellent review! Thank you!
My Humming mate is fast becoming my favorite harmonica, portable and so easy to play! I wish they would make It in A, Low D, and G too. I would buy them all. Suzuki did it right with that harmonica!
You have made me curious about the Winner too.

The Winner is pretty good. Taking the low price into consideration, I'd say it is a truly worthwhile consideration. I believe I'll order the 20-hole Winner later on. But that little Humming Mate is hard to beat...a stunning harp, no less.

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#4
I love my Humming in C, and I just received one in C#. I want to learn how to play them stacked, as is common in Asia, to play chromatic notes. If I had the cash, the Suzuki SCT-128 is my holy grail of instruments!
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#5
(09-09-2016, 02:01 AM)mandrew Wrote: I love my Humming in C, and I just received one in C#. I want to learn how to play them stacked, as is common in Asia, to play chromatic notes. If I had the cash, the Suzuki SCT-128 is my holy grail of instruments!

I had a standard chromatic once and did not like the solo tuned layout or the valves. Most of what I play does not need a chromatic scale.
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