Which jews harp is best for a beginner?

"Yamanigan" Vargan

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Russian Vargans
Oberton Pro Lab measurements:
Gaps: 20-30 µm (?)
Base frequency: 65-75 Hz (?)
Reed hardness: 120 gf (?)
Frame hardness: 250-350 gf (?)
Reed size: 70x15 mm
Overall dimensions: 90x30x4 mm (?)
Weight: 30 g (50 g with case)
30 USD
Is case included: yes
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The sound of this jaw harp at first will seem a simple to inexperienced player. Compared to many older brothers, it does not look like a volcanic eruption or a fireworks display, launched with the click of a button. But this simplicity is a real power and the ability to create your own salute at any time, in any configuration that is enough for the player’s imagination. "Yamanigan" allows the player to play on their own, rather than launching with a touch the song played by the piece of iron itself. The overtone loudness balance is live. This property is a rarity by modern jews harps standards. Vargan is very simple in terms of handling. The stiffness of the tongue is comfortable, the mechanics are perfect, the shape of the frame is very convenient. The number of extraneous overtones is minimal - there is a light background, but it does not distract.

A small instrument with a big potential. Ideal for beginners.