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Manji stock combs - are they flat and waterproof?
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DS200
2 posts
Sep 01, 2021
12:47 PM
Hi there!
I have been looking at the Suzuki Manji harmonica, and wondered if that composite comb they are using can be washed easily, and, is it reasonably flat, at least flatter than the crappy pearwood hohner combs?

Thanks :)

Last Edited by DS200 on Sep 01, 2021 12:48 PM
jbone
3374 posts
Sep 01, 2021
1:11 PM
Since they are a combination of resin and wood particles they are waterproof, I've used them since they hit the scene years ago. And as far as I can tell they are flat but doing a flat sand job could not hurt.
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John M G
436 posts
Sep 01, 2021
6:44 PM
I've never had a bad one and I have several sets of Manji's. Another plus is I find they last much longer than Seydel or Hohner harps.
They also have more securing screws to hold the reed plates flat.
I really like them.
Gnarly
2999 posts
Sep 02, 2021
6:31 AM
I have some for sale, if anyone is interested.
BnT
275 posts
Sep 04, 2021
1:31 AM
I've been using the Manji's for the last 10 years. The combs are good, a little sanding has helped a couple of times, the reeds last, and the extra screws do help the reed plates stay flat.
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