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Which jews harp is best for a beginner?

Yakut Khomuses

"Yityk-Kyuel" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) Recommended as first jaw harp

Russian Vargans

DG1140 "Kozhakul" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG569 "Mayardak" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG811 "Yandyk" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG812 "Kuyash" Vargan (Russian Vargans)
DG823 "Sunduk-Tash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) DG824 "Kara-Tash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp DG861 "Kapkaly" Vargan (Russian Vargans)

Rarities

DR1218 "Kasyputirgan" Kubyz (Rarities)

Khakassian Temir-Khomyses

EV560 "Kazyr" Temir-Khomus (Khakassian Temir-Khomyses) Recommended as first jaw harp

Nepalese Murchungas

JR868 "Ombigaichen" Murchunga (Nepalese Murchungas)

Yakut Khomuses

NI256 "Tatta" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses) Recommended as first jaw harp PM2 "Yakutsk" Khomus (Yakut Khomuses)

Rarities

SL1203 Jews Harp (Rarities) Recommended as first jaw harp

Tatar Kubyzes

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

Russian Vargans

VK787 "Anbash" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp VK798 "Ulagach" Vargan (Russian Vargans) Recommended as first jaw harp
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Warning! Overwhelming majority of jaw harps presented are single pieces or made by hand, in very small quantities, instruments. There is no jaw harp factories exists; every one is unique in details, in different degree.