Re: Helpful Stuff
Actually, the Green Bullet and Astatic JT-30, popular with harp players
were originally designed as dispatcher microphones. Harp players like them
because they are compact, distort easily, are relatively light and were
inexpensive. I bought my JT-30 about 7 years ago for 30 dollars. I like the
Green Bullet a little bit better, but the JT-30 isn't a bad mike. Finding a
good amp is a different story. I have played through numerous practice amps
including: Yamaha, Fender Champ and Super Champ, an ancient Gibson, and a
couple of bigger Fenders and a Peavey. The only one I really liked was the
I have been playing harp for over ten years, been in a couple bands, sat
in at numerous jam sessions in and around Chicago. Since moving to California,
I play only at home for personal enjoyment.
Does anyone have the address for Hohner in Virginia, I would like to get
my chromatic fixed or get replacement reed plates at some point.
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