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Barnabee's review - Hohner Melodica Piano 32

Value For Money : Correct
Used for ten months.
The most: his melodica, between harp, horn and accordion (for those who love, see see Yann Tiersen, it was he who popularized as the "sound")
The least: the slightly toc finish plastic toy baby. Touch is blah.
I just tried a few tricks used, and a Hohner Soprano in the series (greens) that left me strangely more emotional memories (though they are less productive and less complete, but the feel was much best).
price / quality ratio right without
With experience, frankly no. I would try the product before buying it (but with the winds, it's not really easy at the same time). Please note the quality of production is very uncertain and disappointing, I had to change mine, yet new. it was almost unplayable, a touch on four vibrating badly (can not play piano, or make agreements as only blades that vibrate well set off). Changed it works. But frankly, the finish is poor, distrust, and much insite to test each key of the machine!
A remake, I would take maybe two little brothers to complement, green (soprano) and red (viola).