Posted by Shaggy on July 05, 2002 at 16:22:11:
In Reply to: bigger holes posted by Blues Lover on July 04, 2002 at 09:09:00:
: Do bigger holes make it easier to hit single notes? If so, are there any diatonic harps that have larger than average holes? I think I read somewhere that the Marine Band 364 has larger holes. Would that be a good harp to buy? My major problem is that after months and months and MONTHS of practice I can't hit a single note to save my life. Perhaps it's because I have big lips? I can do it if I roll my tongue about halfway, but that makes it impossible to bend.
No, bigger holes don't make it easier; at least, that is the case in my experience. Others may have had different experiences.
The Marine Band 364 is a 12 hole harp. I'd say, at this point in your learning, it's not a good harp to get. Stick to the 10 hole harps.
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