The Chrometta 10 has additional notes extending down into the lower register as far as G3, which is the lowest note found on the violin.
Plastic injection moulded comb
40 notes, 21/2 octave range,
1.05 mm brass reed plates
Wider channel openings make it easy for the beginner to play single notes
Stainless steel covers
The robustly constructed and reasonably priced models of the Chrometta series are the perfect starting point for learning chromatic harmonica. Larger channel openings in combination with the projecting mouthpiece ensure great response and make it easier for the beginning player to hit single notes accurately.
The Chrometta was first released in 1956 and introduced the concept of a divided slide, integrated into the comb/mouthpiece unit, which is still used in this model today. This feature makes the harmonica very service-friendly and is resistant against moisture as well as gliding easily on the lips.