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Requirements For The Use Of Materials Of Soloist Harmonica And Maintenance
Mar 17, 2018

In the process of production, a soloist harmonica is generally composed of a piano, two spring plates, and two cover plates. When the operation is performed, the harmonica can be effectively divided into splints according to the positional relationship between the cell and the spring plate. Style and inline style.

The materials commonly used for solo harmonica include resin, wood, metal, bamboo, acrylic, and other synthetic materials, of which resin is the most common type of cell, light, waterproof, and easy to maintain.

The use of wood for the solo harmonica in processing is common, and its various wooden materials are the beginning of the harmonica. The wooden violin lattice is also loved by many harmonica lovers. However, due to the easy absorption of water by the wood cell, the long-term immersion will affect its life, because it is not suitable for the novice who can not actively suppress saliva.

The solo harmonica is made of metal. Its metal is less than resin and xylophone. Generally, the harmonica is more expensive (not absolute). The harmonica weight is also heavier than that of other pianos. Metal grids often use aluminum, there are a small number of manufacturers using copper (such as Huang), and DIYer made titanium grid.

The reed in the solo harmonica can be said to be the heart of the harmonica. It is the vocal part of the harmonica. The reed material is generally made of brass, phosphor bronze, and silver-copper alloy. Some of the more special harmonica with Seydel used stainless steel reeds, such as 1847 and big six.