The Seydel Session Paddy Richter 10 hole diatonic harmonica is ideal for playing Irish and Celtic Music. This is because the harmonica is altered by the hole 3 blow note being raised by a whole tone. Bending of this note in the normal tuning would be very laborious for fast jigs, the rest of the harmonica follows standard Richter tuning.
This diatonic harmonica has plastic comb and stainless steel covers.
The name is a synonym for the Irish 'Paddy', and Richter refers to the closeness to Richter Tuning. This tuning was invented and named by Brendan Power, and first used on his New Irish Harmonica CD.