Posted by Barry on January 27, 2002 at 06:25:03:
In Reply to: Evil drool posted by Frogger on January 27, 2002 at 05:38:56:
Tap the harp out real good on your palm when you finish playing. I usually tap it several times on the blow holes, then a couple of slaps on the cover plates, then back to the blow holes, and finally some taps on the outlet side. Let the harp air dry for a few hours or overnight before you put it back in the case. Also, before you start playing again give it a few taps and some cover plate slaps. If this doesn't solve your problem then run a little water thru the harp when you finish playing it and then use the tap, slap, tap and dry system.
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