Where to Repair Your Chromatic Harmonica?


Sometimes we need to get a reed fixed,  install a new set of valve or just try out a customized comb on an old Super 64.  Instead of throwing it out right away maybe you can send it to get repaired and save a few $$$ (less chances with a cracked wood comb)... I would like to share with you websites of the best harmonica technicians in the USA who will get your harmonica playable again.

Hohner Customer Service (USA)

The best place to inquire about parts, exchanges or repairs is to address your inquiries directly to the manufacturer. Hohner has a fantastic customer service that you can easily reach out at [email protected] 

Mike "Fathead" Easton (Pennsylvania)

Mr Easton has been in the harmonica repair business since 2000. You can order from his website custom combs for Hohner chromatic harmonicas, ask for restoration and various repair services.


Greg Jone (Texas)

Greg is specialized on Seydel harmonicas. If you need to fix your Saxony or Symphony don't hesitate to shoot him an email. He is also the only official  Seydel factory technician in the U.S, most of Canada, Central and South America.


George Miklas (Virginia)

George Miklas is a great diatonic and chromatic harmonica player who repairs Hohner as well as other harmonica brands.


Dick Gardner - Legendary Harmonica Player (Minnesota) 

Dick Gardner was Toots Thielemans harp technician who took care of Thielemans Hohner Mellow Tone and Hard Bopper among other models.  

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