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The Tsunami Microphone

The Tsunami Microphone

The Tsunami Microphone

The Tsunami was introduced back in 2015 by Buckeye Music, modeled after the famed Strnad that had long since been discontinued.

Staying true to the original design, the Tsunami starts with an ABS plastic shell, encasing a dynamic cartrigde element. It's compact design is easy to hold and light-weight to boot.

Using the Tsunami is relatively painless. At the face of the instrument accessory, you will find two adjustable screws to help you fit your harmonica snuggly in between the "teeth". Most harmonicas will fit within the space of the opening. However, some harmonicas with uniquely shaped covers may have an issue.

The Tsunami can be either held in your hands, or even incorporated into a neck rack for hands free playing without a problem. And with the ten  foot cord, you chould have plenty of room to work. The 0/4" jack at the end works with any foot pedal or eddects board that you may have, so you don't have to worry about any compatability issues there. The Tsunami also has no issue with either low or high empedance amplifiers.

How The Microphone Works;

This microphone was designed to capture and amplify the true tone of the harmonica. The Tsunami funnels all sound directly into the element cartridge, to produce sound equally over all octaves and notes with uniform volume.

Features included with the Microphone;

Each Tsunami Microphone comes with a built in port at the top for finger or palm manipulation to simulate a tremolo or "wah wah" effect. The Tsunami also features a volume control knob at the base of the casing to eliminate the need to walk back to your amplifier for adjustment.

The Tsunami is also capable of working in conjunction with various effects pedals or boards or basically any kind of rigging or setup that you can think of without any kind of problem.

The Tsunami does use a dynamic microphone element, but it is not the same one that was found in the old Strnad microphones from years ago.

Fitment and which one is best for you;

Below you will find three different sizes.

The Diatonic Microphone is for your 10 hole diatonic harmonica. It will fit most harmonicas without odd shaped covers. Hohner's Thunderbird will most likely not fit without some adjustment. Seydel's Low Tuned harmonicas may also have an issue clearing the mouth, as their covers are extremely deep.

The Tsunami 12 is for your 12 hole chromatic harmonica. This will fit almost all 12 hole chromatic harmonicas. Hohner's CX12 may have an issue clearing the mouth however.

The Tsunami 16 is for 16 hole chromatic harmonicas. At this time we are unaware of any 16 hole chromatic that this will not work with.

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Tsunami Diatonic Harmonica Microphone

Tsunami Diatonic Harmonica Microphone


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Tsunami Microphone for 12 Hole Chromatic Harmonica


Tsunami 12 Hole Chromatic Microphone

Tsunami Microphone for 16 Hole Chromatic Harmonica

Tsunami Microphone for 16 Hole Chromatic Harmonica


Tsunami 16 Hole Chromatic Microphone

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