Tremolo tunings

The Tremolo-principle:

Due to two reeds tuned slightly different from each other and working at once the typical beating sound of a Tremolo harmonica is produced -therefore reminding on the sound of a Styrian harmonica.

The SKYDIVER is a very airtight instrument which can be played without getting exhausted.

Comparison of SEYDEL-Tremolo harmonica tunings

(click the notes for a sound example)


>SKYDIVER: C, 'Asian tuning' (common in Asian tremolo harmonicas)

 

blow

G3


C4


E4


G4


C5


E5


G5


C6


E6


G6


C7


E7


Hole

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2

3

4

5

6

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8

9

10

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12

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draw


D4


F4


A4


B4


D5


F5


A5


B5


D6


F6


A6


B6

 

 

>SAILOR STEEL: C, Richter (suited for chord accompaniment & melody – tongue block)

 

blow

C4


E4

 

G4

 

C5

 

E5

 

G5

 

C6

 

E6

 

G6

 

C7

 

E7

 

G7

 

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

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13

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17

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21

22

23

24

draw


D4


G4


B4


D5


F5


A5


B5


D6


F6


A6

 

B6

 

D7

 

 

>FANFARE S: C, Solo tuning (like a chromatic without a slider) 

 

blow

C4

E4

G4

C5

C5

E5

G5

C6

C6

E6

G6

C7

Hole

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

draw

D4

F4

A4

B4

D5

F5

A5

B5

D6

F6

A6

B6

 

 

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