Meet the FlashHarp USB Harmonica – as the name implies it’s a USB flash device that can also double up as a working harmonica, great for those times when you’re on the way home from University and you just want to burst out in spontaneous jamming or for those times when you don’t have bus fare and need to busk a couple dollars for the ride home.
The FlashHarp USB Harmonica comes in three sizes – 2GB, 4GB and 8GB and don’t worry if you don’t know how to play the harmonica because the device comes loaded up with lessons already and in total the device will set you back anywhere from $50-$85, a bit pricey but we’re guessing that’s due to the fact that you’re paying for the USB flash drive and the harmonica at the same time. You can also get the device personalized although that would cost you more. For more information and if you want to check out the different designs and colors that are available and for ordering head on down to BackyardBrand’s Etsy page.
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