Pitch range of harmonicas

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The middle C is named C4 (by international convention), nevertheless Germany and some eastern countries use the name c' (Harmonica label = C) - our harmonica labels refer to the lowest note of the instrument mostly situated in hole 1 blow (e.g. there exist three different variants of a harmonica tuned in F: standard F (lowest note: F4), low F = LF (lowest note F3) and double-low F = LLF (lowest note = F2). 

However we label some instruments (e.g. our Natural Minor-tuned instruments) refering to the root note of the natural minor scale, situated in hole 2 draw.



> pdf-download: notation charts of all SEYDEL-models

> Table with all note-names and calculated frequencies


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