Re: "Labeling the key on the harmonica, ( Eb,D#, etc.)


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Posted by CK Blues on September 02, 2001 at 00:40:11:

In Reply to: "Labeling the key on the harmonica, ( Eb,D#, etc.) posted by Sal on September 01, 2001 at 14:43:12:

: I've just purchased a harmonica case that holds 12
: diatonics, and one chromatic harmonica.
: I've been trying to figure a way to be able to pick out the right harmonica key while its still in the case.
: I certainly don't want to "scotch tape" the key on the
: rear of the harmonica.In a short time, it will "wear off". A "label" gun, comes to mind. But, I don't want the label to wear off. And, I'm talking about 1/4 inch "wide" only. The "length" of the label is no problem.
: And do any of these "label guns" allow you to print all the "sharps, and flats"???
: And, I really don't care to spend to much money on a label gun that I'll use rarely.
: When I am finished playing a song, I like to put the harmonica back in its proper slot in the case.
: When I first got all the harmonica's, and wanted to pick the correct key, I'd have to practically go through the
: whole set, before I found the right key. And besides, you'd have to have the eyesight of a "hawk", since the keys are embossed, that they're tough to "see"
: Okay, so may all my problems in life be a "complicated" as this. All I'm seeking is my right to "happiness" with my little ingenious harps.
: If worse comes to worse, I'm going to have to resort to the "unthinkable"....."scotch tape"...
: Any suggestions????
If you bought the Hohner case it should have come with a little manila envelope with stickers in it to mark your harps.If it didn't go back to where you got it and tell them that the stickers are missing!! they will hook you up I'm sure



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