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Big john harmonica? Identify please ??
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Jade Sienko
1 post
May 21, 2020
12:12 AM
Hello I’ve been gifted this harmonica I really would Like to know more about it , I’ve posted in a Facebook forum and no one knew about it . Any information I’ll be thankful for
SuperBee
6637 posts
May 21, 2020
1:58 AM
Is it this?

http://www.ymak.de/product_info.php?products_id=4709&language=de

Or this?

http://www.ymak.de/product_info.php?products_id=4708&language=en

Last Edited by SuperBee on May 21, 2020 2:01 AM
SuperBee
6638 posts
May 21, 2020
2:12 AM
I posted a reply which seems to have disappeared.
I expect it will come back.

I found a couple of references on what I think was a german online ordering site. The photos were not very clear.
It would help if you provided photos or at least some information.

One of the harps I saw was chromatic, the other a tremolo. From the prices I saw, I expect to find those are some cheap low-grade Asian product, but photos of the covers and any markings would help.
Jade Sienko
2 posts
May 21, 2020
4:31 AM
Hi I’m new to the site and not sure how I post photos are you able to give me the website link please
SuperBee
6639 posts
May 21, 2020
4:51 AM
You’re probably going to need to use some initiative and look around the page a bit, or post your photos to a share site and give us a link.

This url below might give you some ideas though. This is a fairly old fashioned website but the boss has his reasons for keeping it this way.



https://m.modernbluesharmonica.com/forum_faq.html
nacoran
10264 posts
May 21, 2020
12:34 PM
Hi Jade, if you hold your mouse over the Blues Harp Forum you'll see a link for the Forum FAQ. That explains how to post pictures. Basically you have to host them on a site like Flicker or Photobucket or Dropbox and then share the link. If you embed the link it will show, or you can just show the link and people can click.

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