Why Buy a Harmonica

Why Buy a Harmonica?

In my life, I have played 4 instruments.  I started with the trumpet when I was in 5th grade.  I was pretty good.  Not going to lie to you, but I’m not bragging at the same time.  In 7th grade it was no longer “cool” to be in the band and so I quit the trumpet cold turkey.  My Dad was disappointed and told me so.   I shouldn’t have quit.  A few months ago, I picked up a trumpet and couldn’t even blow a sound.  My talent was gone.

Fun Level of Trumpet Play = 1 out of 5 Stars

The Trumpet was too loud and obnoxious of an instrument.  You can’t play the blues.  I moved on to the piano.  I took private lessons for 5 years.  I liked but didn’t love the piano. It became a chore to play.  I learned the basic building blocks of music theory.  I’m glad I played the piano and still do occasionally.

Fun Level of Piano Play = 2 out of 5 Stars

Next I got into Soprano Saxophone Play.  It was Difficult.  Really Difficult.  There were many times that I almost gave it up because of frustration.  I spent too much on it though and so I continued.  Eventually it came.  I began to love playing.  I got to the point where I was good enough to put on Christmas shows, entertain others and enjoy myself.  I love the soprano saxophone.  It is an expensive hobby, but to me it is worth it.

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Fun Level of Soprano Sax Play = 5 out of 5 Stars

Expense of Soprano Sax Play = Really Expensive

 

I grew up with a harmonica around.  When our family would go camping, my Dad would pull out his harmonica as we sat around the fire and play.  His songs created a fun family mood.  We always enjoyed listening to it.  At Family parties or talent shows he would pull out his expensive Hohner and impress everyone with an upbeat bluesy tune.  Family times with the harmonica will never be forgotten.  I too have recently started to get serious about playing the harmonica.  My goal is to create as many memories with my children as my Dad did with his.

Fun Level of Harmonica Play = 5 out of 5 Stars

Expense of Harmonia Play = Really Cheap

Moon River Hohner Harmonica

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