Re: Affordable Harps

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Posted by Bluzharper on March 28, 2001 at 09:19:06:

In Reply to: Affordable Harps posted by Michael Joy on March 28, 2001 at 07:13:00:

Joyless Michael, you have a good point, but I think youre missing what is saying. The harps you speak of are all made in the same place, Johnson, Jambone, Bluesking, ect are made in China. Ive used about all of them at one time or another. These are the harps to practice bends and overblows on and when they crap out try your hand at tuning them. If youre going thru SP20s at that rate you may want take a look at youre playing style. It would appear youre a hard player and theres nothing wrong with that. Thats where a Lee Oscar comes in. 1 they can take the abuse. 2 you can just replace the reed plates and even change the key of the harp if you like, 3 the Lee Oscar will be around when that Chinese Harps is at the bottom of a land fill. I started on Susuki Folkmasters, lazer tuned, cheap and held up for a while. Best of Luck too You. I would bet anything this Harmonica guy knows of what he speaks..Darol

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