#1
I don't exactly know where to post this, but I think you guys on here could help me out the most.

I finish uni in 2 weeks and so to keep myself occupied I want to buy a harmonica to go with my guitar. Would anyone know if this harminica is good, and reasonably priced?

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#2
Hohner are supposed to make good harmonicas, apart from that idk
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#3
I have a cheap harp in C, which is allright for practicing with but the sound is a bit.. plasticky. I also have several Hohner blues harps in different keys, which are much better sounding.

Diatonic harmonicas don't cost much anyroad, but you might as well go to a shop and buy one. They won't let you try it out, but they might advise you.
#4
What about the one in the link? Any experience with that?

Is it the Mgs of Hohner?
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#6
Thanks for the feedback.

Anyone else got any other comments or reccomendations?

Also, does anyone know what key 'Heart of Gold' by Neil Young is in - Harmonica wise.
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#8
Get a Honner Special 20, good harmonica to start off with. It's a great harmonica for £18, and it will last a life time.
#9
I'll have a look around for that, but I'm just wanting to learn atm and hopefully move onto better quality instruments, like we all do. So keep expenses down to a minimum is a priority atm.

Do you have any knowledge on the harp in the link? I don't really want to spend more than $30 AUS on something yet.

EDIT: thanks chobe, it was the first song I learnt on guitar, hopefully now, it will e the first on harp too.
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#11
Thanks for the link.

It says that beginners should start in the key of C, is that necessary?
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