Re: High octave


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Posted by Bill Phelb on November 01, 2002 at 13:59:30:

In Reply to: High octave posted by Jef on November 01, 2002 at 04:42:37:

Jef,

As always, the 2 best diatonics out there in terms of holes 1-10 consistency and volumn, are the Lee Oskar and Hohner Special 20. All you want is an airtight instrument, these two are as good or better than anything. Also, take a look at the Featured Article by Brendan Powers. This section is linked from the right hand column of the homepage.

Bill

: I want to play a few Irish-type tunes. It involves
: some melodic playing on the thirth octave. I have difficulties making the notes respond on a faster tempo. Which kind of harmonica has the best performance in respect to this problem ??




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