Suzuki Pro37 V2

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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: Pro37 V2
Reed type: Multi reed plates, tapered reeds, phosphorus bronze
Dimensions: 50 x 6.5 x 11cm
Weight: 1000g (case: 360g)
Keys: 37
Mouthpiece: 3 types (MP-141MP-121MP-113)
Country of manufacture: Unknown
Player level: Pro
Year of manufacture: Unknown

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4 Reviews

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    Alan Brinton

    I have posted a review of the Suzuki M-37C in which I compare it to The Pro-37V2 and explain why I think the similar but much less expensive M-37C is the superior instrument. The Pro-37 has a significant resonance issue with its metal casing. Unless you happen to like that sound, you may find it annoying; the same issue exists with the M-37C, but it is not so noticeable (to me, at least). If the M-37C did not exist, I would probably give the Pro-37 four stars. But if you are considering this melodica, I'd strongly recommend buying the M-37C instead.

  2. Daren Banarsë

    Daren Banarsë

    I have to agree with Alan's review. I tried the Pro37 with the M37 in a music shop. They are both very similar models. I definitely preferred the M37 on sound, feel and looks. It also happens to be much cheaper!

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    I like the Pro37 but haven't played the M-37 so can't compare. I do like the sound though on the Pro.

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    The sound is really great, and so is the resonance. It's very deep and rich.

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