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Which jews harp is best for a beginner?

EV366 "Kyzyl-Oy" Temir-Komus

EV366 "Kyzyl-Oy" Temir-Komus
Khakassian Temir-Khomyses /
Oberton Pro Lab measurements:
Base frequency: 55-65 Hz (?)
Reed hardness: 50-70 gf (?)
Reed size: 85x22 mm
Overall dimensions: 95x35x3 mm (?)
Weight: 35 g
41 USD
Is case included: woodblock (?)
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A slightly lower variant of the EV220 with harder reed. Like all Khakass khomyses, the magician is attractively attractive in circulation and with half-touch produces a juicy, rich and bright sound. Low base tone and a lot of audible high components form a characteristic crackling timbre and give the sound depth and volume. Saturation is always kept at the maximum level, which an experienced player can interfere with, eclipsing the subtleties of articulation with his own crack. The shape of the frame provides a high resistance to deformation and stability in the game. Geometry and tongue material complicate the complex battle, making the instrument well suited for one-sided strokes.

The factors listed above make this type of harnesses the favorites of beginners - they immediately, in any one's hand, sound bright and attract attention. The instrument is well suited for simple, relaxed sound-producing "for yourself," but for learning or conscious play for a harp, the possibilities are limited.