Suzuki M-37C

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The Suzuki corporation was established in 1953 in Hamamatsu, Japan. It has since grown into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of musical instruments for education.

Make: Suzuki
Model name: M-37C
Reed type: Multi reed plates, nickeled plate (according to Suzuki India) or phosphor bronze (according to Suzuki Japan)
Dimensions: 47 x 11 x 5.5cm
Weight: 947g (case: 405g)
Keys: 37
Mouthpiece: 3 types (MP-121MP-131MP-113)
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Pro
Year of manufacture: Unknown

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2 Reviews

  1. Daren Banarsë

    Daren Banarsë

    37 key melodicarnrnPros:rnVery similar to Pro37 model.rnrnLight keyboard and refined smooth tone.rnrnStylish design – main body is one piece of curved metalrnrnCons:rnSome notes in the higher register resonate with the casing, and can be a bit shrillrnrnVerdict:rnVery nice professional standard melodica

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    Alan Brinton

    Just got this model today. I was curious about resonance with the metal casing (tray) to which Troy refers. Actually, I was waiting on the M-37C before posting reviews of the Suzuki Pro-37V2 and the M-32C. the Pro. Resonance with the metal tray is barely noticeable with the M-32C, which I regard as in any event clearly the best of these three meldicas. It is noticeable, though not a serious issue, with the M-37C. It is downright annoying with the Pro-37.rnrnThe M-37C is more like the Pro-37V2 than it is like the M-32C. The sound is pretty much the same except for the resonance issue. The metal casing has a series of vents along the bottom of the back side, while the Pro-37 has a smaller vent on the spit valve end. The M-37C has one of those nice Suzuki lever style spit valves (which the M-32C and the Hammond 44 also have, though they differ somewhat in design, the best I think being on the M-32C). The Pro-37 has a brass screw-off fitting. rnrnThe is just a bit lighter in weight and slightly more compact than the Pro-37, in contrast with both of which the M-32C is lighter, much more compact in depth and thickness, much easier to hold in the hand. (Now I'm going to have to have an A-34, which looks to be like the 32C.) rnrnIn Conclusion: This is a very good 37 key melodica, better than the Pro-37V2. If you're thinking of buying a Pro-37V2, don't do it. You can have the similar but superior M-37C for half the price.rnrn

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