Does anyone here play a Suzuki SCT-128? I would like one at some point, and am looking for feedback.
"The cat whisperer"
Hello, Mandrew.

Please forgive this late reply to your post.
I've been in for surgery, and didn't feel
up to a response until now.

I'm not an employee or distributor of the
Suzuki harmonica company.

I own a Suzuki SCT-128 slide chromatic tremolo.
It's a well-made, beautiful-sounding, expensive
harmonica. It has 16 mouthpiece holes, 128 reeds,
64 notes.

The SCT-128 has four octaves range, piano C3-D7,
with a plastic comb (body); brass reed plates; phosphor
bronze reeds welded to the plates; chrome-plated brass
covers; rounded, gold-plated brass mouthpiece with round
holes; measures 7.8 inches X 15 inches X 1.2 inches; with
a thick, tooled, leather holster with a strong snap.

It's the world's only mass-produced slide chromatic tremolo

Today's retail price is listed at the Suzuki website over $1,700,
but it's worth every penny. Every reed from the lowest to the
highest speaks well.

I use the SCT for slow ballads, folk tunes, religious tunes,
ethnic tunes, your use may vary.

If you decide to buy one, buy from a licensed Suzuki dealer
in the USA (or your country), for the workmanship and materials
warranty.  If you buy it at a lower price than the Suzuki dealer
or distributor, you will have no warranted repairs.

For more information:

Best Regards

John Broecker

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