Re: Anybody else tried the Hardwood Harp?


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Posted by DrHarmonica on October 28, 2000 at 08:14:32:

In Reply to: Anybody else tried the Hardwood Harp? posted by Bill on October 25, 2000 at 16:53:36:

: Anybody else tried the Hardwood Harp? I've got 2 ( Tulipwood A & Kingwood D ) and I'm getting the third (Bloodwood, ?key) this Christmas. I love the look and tone of these. The mouthpiece is certianly inovative and I think helps correct breathing style and airflow, resulting in better tone. Replaceable reeds, nice airtight construction. But expensive if you happen to break one!

: Bill
: www.geocities.com/mottabona/harmonica.html

I haven't tried them, but I know of them. They look wonderful. Yet they come with either choice Hohner MS or Lee Oskar reedplates. AFAIK you even have to assemble them yourself. I think it is a nice gift for a harmonica enthousiast, but I wouldn't spend that much money on a harmonica with stock reeds and plates. For that cash I can have Joe Filisko or Tim Moyer customize me a standard harmonica and have much more to p;lay with.

But they are nice looking and surely an eye catcher.

Happy harpin'
Doc
- featuring Thirsty, the groggy froggy




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