Which jews harp is best for a beginner?

Altay Komuses

VP26 "Koldjii-Khan" (Altay Komuses) AA936 "Chulcha" Komus (Altay Komuses) PP27 Komus "Mountain Altai" (Altay Komuses)
AA937 "Balturdak" Komus (Altay Komuses) VP916 "Sugul" Komus (Altay Komuses) PP924 "Kara-Tyurek" Komus (Altay Komuses) AA988 "Chulyshman" Komus (Altay Komuses)
AA1108 "Beltertuyuk" Komus (Altay Komuses) AA1109 "Karakudyur" Komus (Altay Komuses) AA989 "Argut" Komus (Altay Komuses)

Bashkir Kubyzes

DR778 "Ashkadar" Kubyz (Bashkir Kubyzes)

Brazilian Berimbau de Boca

ER1192 "Jaragua" Berimbau de boca (Brazilian Berimbau de Boca) Recommended as first jaw harp

Chinese Kou-xiangs

TK24 Triple Kou Xiang (Chinese Kou-xiangs) Recommended for advanced players TK25 Quadruple Kou Xiang (Chinese Kou-xiangs) Recommended for advanced players TK205 Quintuple Kou-Xiang (Chinese Kou-xiangs) Recommended for advanced players

Czech Brumles

JS666 "Krkonose" Brumle (Czech Brumles) Recommended for advanced players JS959 "Shumava" Brumle (Czech Brumles) JS960 "Rzhip" Brumle (Czech Brumles)

Estonian Parmuppills

"Standard" Parmupill (Estonian Parmuppills) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players "Bass" Parmupill (Estonian Parmuppills) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players "Ultrabass" Parmupill (Estonian Parmuppills) Recommended for advanced players

German Maultrommels

AS114 "Zella-Mehlis" Maultrommel (German Maultrommels) AS116 "Wildekopf" Maultrommel (German Maultrommels) AS314 "Schmalkalden-Meiningen" Maultrommel (German Maultrommels) AS565 Chromatic Maultrommel Set (German Maultrommels)

Hungarian Dorombs

ZS477 "Lady Melody" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) ZS180 "Air-Stop" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) ZS476 "Lady" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended for advanced players ZS479 "Matilda" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp
ZS480 "Soldier" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS481 "Sergeant" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS94 "Orion" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended for advanced players ZS485 "Lucy" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp
ZS182 "Kathmandu" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) ZS90 "Evagelist" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended for advanced players ZS105 "Choir" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended for advanced players ZS484 "Sardini" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs)
ZS103 "Khan" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS178 "Bushmen" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS68 "Atilla Big" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS176 "Atilla" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs)
ZS66 "Kandahar" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS184 "Jar Mega" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS102 "New Siberia" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs) Recommended as first jaw harp ZS89 "Daisy Cutter" Doromb (Hungarian Dorombs)

Indian Morsings

GR663 "Big" Morchang (Indian Morsings) GR664 "Medium" Morchang (Indian Morsings) GR665 "Small" Morchang (Indian Morsings) "Kamel" Morchang (Indian Morsings)
"Jaisalmer" Morchang (Indian Morsings) "Dhoniya" Morchang (Indian Morsings) "Shekawati" Morchang (Indian Morsings) "Marwar" Morchang (Indian Morsings)
"Rajasthan" Morchang (Indian Morsings)

Indonesian Genggongs

NS768 Karinding (Indonesian Genggongs) NS769 Hoen Toong (Indonesian Genggongs) NS767 Genggong (Indonesian Genggongs)

Kazakh Shan-kobyzes

"Khan-Tengri" Shan-kobyz (Kazakh Shan-kobyzes)

Khakassian Temir-Khomyses

EV543 "Atnin" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) HG1026 "Ayrag-Nuur" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp EV560 "Kazyr" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp HG1136 "Kuromba" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp
TH546 "Karylgan" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp HG731 "Kobez" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp

Kyrgyz Komuzes

"Bishkek" Temir-Komuz (Kyrgyz Komuzes) Recommended as first jaw harp OK247 "Issyk-Kul" Temir-Komuz (Kyrgyz Komuzes)

Nepalese Murchungas

JR895 "Kamal Pokhari" Murchunga (Nepalese Murchungas) JR1216 "Ombigaichen" Murchunga (Nepalese Murchungas)

Russian Vargans

DG1199 "Kurtuguz" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp VR1063 "Chelyabinsk" Vargan (Russian Vargans) VR1134 "Kaldy" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG1234 "Shablish" Vargan (Russian Vargans)
DG888 "Zyzelka" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG823 "Sunduk-Tash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG824 "Kara-Tash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG835 "Belyatur" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
DG812 "Kuyash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG845 "Buldymka" Vargan (Russian Vargans) "Myrkay" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp "Nurgush" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
DG861 "Kapkaly" Vargan (Russian Vargans) VK787 "Anbash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG815 "Nasyrka" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG862 "Kumardak" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
DG797 "Tugashka" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG863 "Yalangas" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG1060 "Snezhinsk" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG655 "Suk-Tash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
TR1123 "Takhtala" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp VK798 "Ulagach" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG569 "Mayardak" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG807 "Mashak" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
DG1140 "Kozhakul" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG777 "Bashtur" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG848 "Yaman-Tau" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG1132 "Iset" Vargan (Russian Vargans)
DG811 "Yandyk" Vargan (Russian Vargans) "Telposiz" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp "Kulat" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG644 "Iremel" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players
"Atkus" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
"Atkus" Vargan, 103 USD
AZ603 Vargan (Russian Vargans)
AZ603 Vargan, 113 USD
DG1131 Yulash Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG984 "Urenga" Jews Harp (Russian Vargans)
DG997 Tuned Jew's Harps Set (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp

Tatar Kubyzes

TV591 "Standard" Kubyz (Tatar Kubyzes) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players TV938 "Small No2" Kubyz (Tatar Kubyzes) Recommended for advanced players TV1000 Kubyz "Standard No.2" (Tatar Kubyzes) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players

Ukrainian Vargans

"Styr" Vargan (Ukrainian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
"Styr" Vargan, 63 USD
"Pripyat" Vargan (Ukrainian Vargans)

Vietnamese Dan Moi

TK13 "Ma" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) TK64 "Da" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) Recommended for advanced players TK15 "Lo" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players TK 283 "Ty" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) Recommended as first jaw harp Recommended for advanced players
TK16 "Ka" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) TK248 "Hoa Binh" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) TK418 "Suong" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) TK207 "Tay" Dan Moi (Vietnamese Dan Moi) Recommended for advanced players

Vietnamese Jew's Harps

TK961 "Toroen Prong" Jew's Harp (Vietnamese Jew's Harps)

Yakut Khomuses

IH7 "Ebe-Ayaga" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) IH203 "Ebe-Ana" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) IH295 "Kemyuk-Yurakh" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) "Tompo" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses)
"Tompo" Khomus, 113 USD
AS536 "Targyldzhima" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) "Yityk-Kyuel" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) Recommended as first jaw harp IH771 "Kuogal" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) IH966 "Orto-Yuryakh" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses)
IH1019 "Ulakh" Shamanic Megakhomus (Yakut Khomuses)
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