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The ORCHESTRA S SESSION STEEL Solo - SEYDEL SPAH-SPECIAL!
are excited to offer a ten-hole, solo-tuned harmonica
(Orchestra-tuning)! As with the chromatic harmonica, all
notes from the major scale are available throughout a
two-and-a-half octave range (available in LC and G) only
for a short time for a special SPAH price $55/45€
new ORCHESTRA S is tuned to lend itself well to
any musical preference - from Folk to Blues. No matter
if you are a beginner or professional, you will find your
musical expression, in perfect tuning.
everyone who buys one >ORCHESTRA
S in our webshop will automatically take part
in a drawing to win one SESSION STEEL harmonica in the
desired key (valid from August 5-9th, 2014).
at the 51st SPAH-Convention in St. Louis /Missouri /USA
are very happy to show our products at this year's SPAH
meeting of the American harmonica-players (Society for
the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica) - we'll
run a booth from Aug. 5th to 9th, 2014.
everyone who informs himself about the >ORCHESTRA
S at our SPAH-booth will automatically take part
in a drawing for one ORCHESTRA S harmonica in the desired
key during the SPAH convention (valid from August 5-9th,
year two SEYDEL-endorsers are invited to play on the main
stage: We are pleased to announce that Endorsee and Artist,
Gazell, will be one of the featured performers.
Considered to be the Master of the >Half
Valved diatonic, PTs show featuring his
Gazell Method Harmonicas, is truly an event not to be
missed - he will give a seminar on his Gazell-Method Harmonicas
at SPAH as well.
Lee will be on stage again - you may know him
as an an excellent singer, guitar and harmonica player
who attends SPAH for years. He will give a seminar on
"Band communication" at the convention as well
and will give his own masterclass workshop at the >Mundharmonika-Live-Festival
in Klingenthal/Germany later this year.
SEYDEL product manager >Bertram
Becher will perform on stage and presents an interesting
workshop about how to approach minor improvisation - see
you in St. Louis!