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5.0 average, based on 2 reviews

Manufacturer: Hohner

Product Information

We have two in G left

This model has now been discontinued in the US market. We did not make this decision. Feel free to contact Hohner for more info.

The Green Beast for easy powerful amplified harp playing 

A new additon to the Progressive Series.
With the Rocket, HOHNER has developed one of the world‘s loudest and most comfortable harmonica models. The green „Amp“ version is technically identical but features covers without side vents, which facilitates a tight enclosure when cupping the harmonica with a microphone for amplified playing.


  • One of the loudest harmonicas through optimized cover plate and channel design
  • First harmonica from serial production with rounded comb sides, edges and corners for maximum comfort
  • Sturdy zipper case allows moisture to evaporate while keeping dust out
  • Available in the keys of  A, Bb, C, D, E, G
  • Made in Germany


item name: Rocket Amp
type: diatonic
Reeds: 20 brass
Cover surfac: stainless steel
tuning: Richter
Reed plates: 0,9 mm brass. Same as Rocket and Special 20
Reed plate surface: brass
Length: 10,2 cm
Number of holes: 10
Mouthpiece surface: ABS
Comb: ABS, Green

Product Code: M2015bx

Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 5

Hohner Rocket Amp Brite Green

I ordered 3 of these from Ron and they are all the best Harps I've ever bought - Out Of The Box! I'd get a whole set, if I could find the other Keys I need ;) I like the Amp's slightly more than the standard Rocket's. I like the closed side cover's on the Amp's even more than the Standard Rocket's as well. The standard Rocket is my go to favorite right now, but if I see the bright green rocket's in the key of A & F, I may have to get more Hohner Rocket Amp Harps :) John Bradt

John Bradt :: 05 Mar 2017, 22:25

Like it a lot

Long story short, the Rocket Amp sounds like a Special 20. but, this is a much more comfortable harp to play. I love the slightly larger holes and the way they have rounded the tines just enough, but not too much is a real plus for my tongue blocking. Out of the box I did have to sand the draw plate and gap the reeds for better response, but once that was done the harp played great and as I mentioned it is very comfortable. So if you might want to try one while Ron's got them on sale for $50. bucks-

Daniel Pertschuk :: 06 Nov 2016, 18:00

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