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Suzuki Manji M20

  • £59.99

Advanced technology and functional beauty are combined in this stunning 10 hole diatonic harmonica, the all-new SUZUKI Manji M-20. A harmonica for the demanding musician, the Manji features components unique to this harmonica. The Reeds, Reed plates, comb and cover plates have all been redesigned from the ground up to deal with the rigours of the modern player.
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This revolutionary new diatonic harmonica is named after Mr. Manji Suzuki, the company's founder — now in his mid 80s, but still very much in charge. He started with a single hand-built model 70 years ago, and has built Suzuki up into one of the world's premier harmonica manufacturers. Harmonicas are Mr. Suzuki's passion and his life's work. The fact he is putting his own name on the MANJI Harmonica is because those 70 years of dedication to perfection are condensed in this one impressive instrument. He is convinced that it will come to be regarded as one of the best harmonicas of the 21st century. The Manji’s comb material simulates the tiny cavities that occur in natural wood, but to realize the best resonance characteristics, SUZUKI avoided having cavities on the surface of the comb. The solid comb, because of the natural wood fiber included, produces a stronger, thicker tone than the sound from an all-plastic comb. Test players have reported "It feels as if the comb vibrates with the reeds!" The Manji’s gorgeous stainless steel coverplates reflect the best of recent developments by custom harmonica makers. To respond to the desires of blues and rock harmonica players, the back sides of the covers are fully opened, for full sound projection. Respecting tradition, big sound holes at both sides allow the player to hear the reeds directly. And, reflecting customizer modifications, SUZUKI is the first manufacturer to move the single attachment screw to the front of the comb, where it applies the optimum pressure to keep the coverplates fully airtight and secure.


Category Diatonic Harmonica
Playing Level Intermediate, Professional
Harmonica Comb Material Resin
Valved Harmonica Non Valved
Low Keys Available Yes
Specialist Tunings Harmonic Minor, Natural Minor
Spare Reedplates Available Yes
Delivery & Returns

We will endeavor to ensure that orders are speedily processed and despatched the same day if at all possible.

Ordered items requiring setting up in the workshop will be despatched within 1-2 days using DHL Next Day Delivery (next day being the day after it leaves Eagle Music Shop). On the day of delivery you will receive a text message with your hours delivery time slot

You will be informed immediately if there is a problem with any part of your order or if any item is 'out of stock'.

NB : Orders processed on a Saturday but will not leave us until the Monday as Royal Mail and DHL do not collect from us at the Weekend.

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Should you not be entirely happy with your purchase, or you have ordered an incorrect item, Eagle Music is happy to refund your purchase (excluding postage) within 28 days providing the goods are in a fully resaleable condition (including the original undamaged packaging) and not featured within the Exclusion Policy. (Exclusions apply to selected products).

Please note the following exclusions:

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Harmonica's have a 7 day guarantee and can be returned within this time if they are found to be faulty

Goods must be returned to Eagle Music together with a covering letter and contact details so that the matter can be dealt with efficiently and promptly.

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10 reviews for Suzuki Manji M20

Adam Adam

by on 2018-07-15

Personally, & I suppose that it is a matter of choice.
This item looked cheap, (Although it wasn't).
My impression was that it looked just like a piece of Fudge with a cheap chrome cover on it. Not a patch on my favourite Seydel's.
Just on looks alone I wouldn't recommend anyone getting one. It went straight back into the box without even playing it. An ugly beast,

Rated 3 out of 5

Nicholas Hannah

by on 2016-09-09

Nice instrument

Rated 4 out of 5

Mike Bush

by on 2015-09-18

I am a beginner but got a few harmonicas now and would recommend this as up with the best, I use this for practice and jamming with friends

Rated 5 out of 5

Edward Wilson

by on 2014-04-29

All very good!

Rated 5 out of 5

Jacky Swanepoel

by on 2013-11-14

All who have seen it and played it very impressed.

Rated 5 out of 5

Grant Gevers

by on 2013-07-10

Great instrument!

Rated 5 out of 5

william watt

by on 2013-06-12

Use this for personal pleasure only. A quality instrument to learn on.

Rated 5 out of 5

Howard Dixon

by on 2013-04-24

Well constructed, and no leaks! Realy good harmonica but a bit on the pricey side but worth the extra money.

Rated 4 out of 5

ken phillips

by on 2013-04-18

good this my first harp

Rated 4 out of 5

william Cosslett

by on 2013-04-11

I use the instrument with an R & B trio and would recommend it to other harmonica players

Rated 5 out of 5

Rated 4.5 out of 5 based on 10 customer reviews

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