Reply To: Hohner Cassotto 26 Made in Germany

Alan Brinton

The other one seems to be gone, Pam. I have a black Cassotto 26 and like it quite a lot, as I do the standard HM-26, of which I have several, and the HM-32. But I’d be glad to have one of those red cassottos in good condition for what you paid for that one. Good purchase! All these models are clacky, but that’s part of their charm!

My guess is that you could work the stickiness out of that C by submerging the cassotto in warm water, flushing it and working the keys a bit. But these procedures are always done at one’s own risk, and I haven’t done it with a Hohner cassotto or HM.

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