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Hohner Now Offers Special 20 Replacement Reeds
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Hohner, Inc. (USA) is pleased to announce that we are now offering Special 20 replacement reed plates. These are in stock now and immediately available.

We realize the demand for this product has been present for some time, and we hope that this product’s availability in the U.S. will be welcomed by the playing community.

The pricing for a set of reed plates is $17.99, plus shipping. We offer two shipping options, First Class and Priority Flat Rate Small Box.  First Class is available for $2.75, and up to 2 reed plate sets can be shipped this way, for this price.

Priority Flat Rate Small Box is $5.25, and is required for 3 reed plates and up. For that price, we can ship up to 10 reed plates.Consumers can choose Priority for one or two sets if they wish, for the $5.25 price.

To inquire about the reed plates and place orders, please call Hohner, Inc. directly at 804-515-1900 and ask for the Harmonica Parts department. The reed plates will only be available directly through Hohner.

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6 Comments for 'Hohner Now Offers Special 20 Replacement Reeds'

    Larry Hanson
    October 24, 2012 | 2:48 pm

    I called Hohner at the number above. The representative said the cost is $37.95!!! This is the cost of the whole harmonica at most retailers. Too bad–I will not replace at that cost.

    w. hunt
    December 10, 2012 | 2:06 pm

    not true contacted honer price is 37.95 per set

    September 10, 2014 | 8:47 am

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    lou memoli
    September 22, 2014 | 11:43 am

    Called Hohner… not much in stock. $28 for set if G reed plates + $6 shipping.

    lou memoli
    September 22, 2014 | 11:45 am

    I’m not crazy about Lee Oksar but at least I can get replacement reed sets at a reasonable cost… what’s with Hohner? Don’t they want to keep customers?

    frank T
    June 24, 2015 | 9:39 pm

    These guys are idiots. My 5 draw reed broke on my Special 20. $9 for replacement reed (set of 5). I really just need 1, but ok. $3 shipping + $5 handling charge. $17 for a reed. New special 20 on ebay is $34. Hmm ..

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