Hohner Puck Harmonica – Reissue of the 1913 classic
This reissue of the classic model first produced by Hohner in 1913 is the smallest 10-hole Richter harmonica in the
world. The cover plates are slotted into conically cut grooves on the edges of the reed plates and remain in place
through their own tension – a unique design feature. Despite its size, the Puck packs some punch with a great sound
and same scale as any normal ten-hole diatonic harmonica in C, and at a terrific price.
These are the smallest 10-hole Richter harmonicas in the world. Their covers are slotted into conically cut grooves
on the edges of the reed plates and remain in place through their own tension - a unique design feature.
The Double Puck is the smallest double-sided “Wender” harmonica ever made.
- Smallest ten-hole diatonic harmonica available on the market; in key of C-major
- Black plastic comb
- 0.9 mm brass screw-on reed plates
- 20 brass reeds; blow and draw notes (C4 to C7) three octave range
- Sliding stainless steel cover plates without screws
- Length 6.5cm
- Comes in classic black and gold cardboard box
Our nostalgic historic collection is a particularly successful series which recreates unique historical models by
reissuing faithful copies of the original instruments with remarkable attention to detail. These are true
collectors pieces and also make perfect gift articles.