Stevie Wonder Plays His New PSardo Chromatic 64
The Sardo family and everyone at Philharmonicas send our hopes and prayers to those who suffered and are suffering the devastating
hurricanes that struck the United States and the Caribbean Islands. We also hope that
everyone watched the amazing benefit Hand In Hand televised on many networks to raise money for victim
relief. We were very proud and grateful that we could play a small part when we noted that Stevie Wonder played his
very own PSardo Chromatic 64 Goldbar harmonica as masterfully as only Stevie can.
Watch the clip on You Tube
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Never one for settling for greatness, Phil Sardo continues his search for perfection in the Psardo Chromatic harmonica.
The already astonishing tone and elegance of the Goldbar and Elite is being pushed to even greater heights though such
advances can be measured with a micrometer. And yet the sound, the ease of play, airflow integrity are getting even better.
It may be difficult to improve on what has been called "the best harp in the world" but just try to stop Phil Sardo.
Due to the overwhelming positive response we have been getting at Philharmonicas and the undying popularity of the 12-hole
chromatic harmonica, Phil Sardo will announce at this year's SPAH convention the new Psardo Chromatic 48.
There is no doubt that the this new addition to the Philharmonicas line will be every bit as fabulous in sonic perfection and design elegance
as the flagship Psardo Chromatic 64 Goldbar.
Italian Composer Andrea Antonello Nacci, well-versed in instrument design and the physics involved, has speculated,
based on the design specs alone, that the Psardo Chromatic 64 should be among, if not, the best sounding harmonica
ever produced. We hope that Sig. Nacci will be able to test his theory directly by having his own Psardo harmonica very soon.