Hohner Xpression

It’s an honor to be part of Hohner's official release of the “Xpression.

The Xpression can be described as both a compact and responsive 12 hole chromatic harmonica with a warm tone.

I have brought it to many shows since November and it has me falling in love with the 12 hole once again.

 Keep an eye out for a review coming soon in the "Harmonica Gear" course!

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  • Yvonnick – I’m just seeing this. WOW! Congratulations!!! It’s a huge honor to be a harmonica endorser, and it looks like you’ve got a great instrument to work with. It’s a big deal – now I’ve got to go get myself an Xpression!

  • Thanks Jeff! It’s a really good 12 hole. I’m using it at my gigs. It has a punchy clear tone. I think you’ll be pleased

  • Hi, I’m looking for a chromatic where the windsavers don’t stick when it is played in a cold room. It will not be my main chromatic; just for when I’m relegated to the cold rooms in the house. The Xpression is marketed as playable in all conditions. Anyone had experience of it in a cold room? Would I be better off with a Forerunner 2.0 or would this work?

  • Hi Carl,
    the only valved Chromatic without any valve problems is my Saxony from Seydel. With the metal comb warmed a little bit it is trouble free. The worst was my Suzuki SCX48. I had to replace the valves by Hohner valves to make it playable. Besides that the Suzuki was good. Greetings, Björn

  • No issues with my xpression in places with temperatures of 17 degrees Celsius and above. If you have some extra cash on hand, I would recommend that you test out a few different models to determine which one is best suited to meet your requirements. Some of these models include the Xpression, the CX12, and the Saxony.

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