Re: Help! Hole #7

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Posted by David on August 15, 2001 at 12:37:05:

In Reply to: Re: Help! Hole #7 posted by David on August 15, 2001 at 12:27:24:

: : : I was blowing on hole #7 trying to got a blow bend and it suddenly stopped any sound. I took cover plates off and looked at reeds but to a novice #7 didn't look any different than the others as far as gap. It draws ok.Is ther anyway to fix this or do I have to buy another harp. It's a Special 20 key of C. I didn't take reeds out of comb. I welcome any advice on this problem. Thanks.

: : Hey Ray...
: : As a last resort (i.e., your harmonica really is messed up), Hohner does repair harmonicas and will stand behind its products, unless obviously tampered with (abused, neglected under rotten conditions, etc.). Hohner will also exchange your harmonica for a discount price.
: : If you check out the other postings, you will find info on the repair/replacement of your harmonicas.
: : Harp on and have fun!
: : Wishing you success in your endeavors,
: : Patrick
A little beside the point of your post, but unless my ear is wrong (I've never tried w/ a tuner) #7 just doesn't bend down a full half. Anyone had better luck than me at this?

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